The group announced the acquisition of the Grade II listed building in Warwickshire last October, its first for more than 15 years.
It also pledged to invest more than £50 million restoring the historic property and transforming it into a 21st century Warner offering ahead of its launch in March this year.
Warner has since acquired Heythrop Park in the Cotswolds, growing its portfolio to 15 properties. Heythrop will open its doors as a Warner operation in 2020.
The brochure, which was due to arrive with agents this week, focuses on Studley, as well as updates to the group’s entertainment, activities and other developments.
It details breaks available until the end of May 2019, including flexible bookings of one, two or three nights.
New Star Break bookings include two-time Brit Award and Mercury Prize winner Heather Small, who will perform at Gunton Hall in Suffolk on October 5.
Other new bookings for 2019 include Mica Paris, Cassidy Janson, Rebecca Ferguson and Mari Wilson, while Alexander Armstrong, Matt Cardell, Brian Conley and Jane McDonald will all return.
Early booking offers for breaks booked before February 5 include savings of up to 50%, as well as low deposits of £10pp and other savings.
A three-night break at Corton Coastal Village arriving January 25 leads in from £160pp based on two adults sharing a standard chalet and Simply Dine package, inclusive of 50% early booking offer.