Sinah Warren Royal Rooms beautifully furnished with a touch of luxury about them. Also a rich and sophisticated decor just for you and offer a large open plan bedroom
Second time we have been to Sinah Warren and it was probably even better than our last visit. Location is great and the walks and views from the hotel are lovely especially in the wonderful February sunshine we had. Our signature room was one of the furthest from dining room and entertainment but we didn't mind the walk ,gave us a bit of exercise and the views made up for it.
Food was good and varied and I am glad to see that they have at last made some concessions to a more healthy eating choice.Waiting staff all pleasant and efficient.
Entertainment staff were outstanding,friendly,hardworking and all extremely talented. Organised activities such as pétanque and bowls we enjoyed and the organisers of those also deserve a mention. Understand Warners were considering doing away with dancing in the evenings ,think that would be a big mistake,it is one of the few places we can still have a dance together.
Visiting acts on two nights,Phillipa Healey lovely voice and personality,also an accomplished pianist. The second act not so good,did not enjoy his voice or his rapport with his audience.
Really enjoyed the break,met some nice people,lovely room and weather perfect.
We went to the first Turkey and Tinsel break of the season, what a treat it was.
It was our first time at Sinah Warren but certainly not our last. We had room 478, it was quite a walk to the main areas, but to be honest we didn't mind at all. Especially after eating the fabulous food!
Our waiter was Yuri, very cheerful and nice, even though he was extremely busy. Also I'd like to mention the young girl who allocated our table in the pavilion, I think her name was Kayleigh, she came and found us in the restaurant to let us know she had managed to get us onto a table for 2 that I had asked for earlier that day, how nice is that.
The entertainment team were particularly talented, in our opinion the singer called Ricky was far better than the cabaret singer Kieran Sutcliffe.
There was also a comedian who was very funny. The Panto was hilarious. The river dancing amazing ... generally a really talented team.
Our only other Warner experience was Norton Grange, this was far better, even though we did enjoy Norton, we loved Sinah Warren.
We would love to return very soon, especially if we can have the same "my warner" table.