LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Lovers of Valentine’s Day are guaranteed to love the latest treat from Warner Leisure Hotels – with the award-winning hotel group offering couples the opportunity to save up to an incredible £50 per room (at just £236 per room excluding dining) when they book a UK break online at Warner Leisure Hotels.
This February loved-up couples can enjoy half-price getaways on thousands of rooms, plus an additional £50 off the total cost. Whether it’s a country retreat or a coastal hideaway, Warner’s luxury accommodation has something for everyone for the perfect Valentine’s break.
Hannah Sardar, PR Officer, said: “We all know how much planning and preparation is needed for the most romantic time of the year, and whilst you should never do anything by halves, we’ve decided to take an opposite approach this year – by giving couples an incredible half price discount on all Warner hotels.
“From our cosy chalets to our luxurious Royale rooms, couples will be treated to the ultimate Valentine’s experience – where they can enjoy three nights and the choice of a dining package. We understand that every relationship is unique, which is why we’re offering the opportunity to customise your stay; simply choose the type of break, room and dining option, and make it a Valentine’s getaway like no other.”
Retreats can be personalised to include a delicious breakfast and three course evening meals, full use of sports and leisure facilities, choice of indulgent treatments and activities – plus live entertainment including tribute acts such as Buddy Holly, Tina Turner as well as a fantastic 60s Festival Weekend. Fancy staying in a Victorian castle in North Wales? Or how about relaxing in the scenic grounds of a Grade II listed Regency mansion in Somerset?
Find out more about weekend breaks with Warner, or alternatively click here to view a selection of the very best in short UK breaks. With the Valentine’s weekend break beginning on Friday 14 February, book early by visiting Warner Leisure Hotels to avoid disappointment – and look forward to a Valentine’s break to remember.