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Scarborough & North Yorkshire Moors

Scarborough & North Yorkshire Moors

On the Yorkshire coast with its twin bays, divided by a headland and Norman Castle, the North Bay is backed by lovely gardens while the south bay is more sheltered around the old harbour with its picturesque 15th Century buildings. Today it is a modern resort with excellent shops and entertainment.

Scarborough & North Yorkshire                                  

 

10 – 15 June 2018

Sunday - Friday

6 Days

£445

Situated on the Yorkshire coast with its twin bays, divided by a headland and Norman Castle, the North Bay is backed by lovely gardens whilst the South Bay is more sheltered around the old harbour with its picturesque 15th century buildings. Today it is a modern resort with excellent shops and entertainment for endless enjoyment.

 

Your Scarborough & North Yorkshire Break includes:

 

· Luxury coach travel

· Home pick up

· 5 nights’ accommodation, dinner & breakfast

· North Yorkshire Moors Railway

· Admission Castle Howard

· Admission Eden Camp

· Two evening’s entertainment.

 

Day One

From your home pick-up and travel to Scarborough with comfort stops enroute, arriving at your hotel late afternoon with time to relax before dinner.

 

Day Two

Today we have an interesting excursion, leaving Scarborough we head south to the genteel resort of Filey for a short stay before continuing inland through delight little villages for a visit to Eden Camp near Malton, an original World War II prisoner of war camp and now a museum exhibiting the spirit of wartime Britain.

 

Day Three

A free day to discover the varied attractions of Scarborough, enjoy the delightful promenade in the attractive Belvedere Gardens or explore the busy little harbour and town with its indoor markets and antique shops.

 

Day Four

This morning we head north following the coast road to Whitby, the famous fishing port which was once the home of Captain James Cook. High above the harbour stands the 7th century Whitby Abbey, the inspiration for Bram Stokers 'Dracula'. We have time to wander around the narrow streets and busy harbour side before we join the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, taking us over the scenic North Yorkshire Moors through Grosmont and Goathland to Pickering where we re-join the coach to Scarborough.

 

Day Five

We travel today through Thornton-le-Dale to Castle Howard, here 'Yorkshire Rivals Rome' - for over 300 years this palatial home has commanded its position over the Howardian Hills and was the settling for TV's acclaimed 'Brideshead Revisited'. There is time to visit the house and take a stroll around the grounds before returning to Scarborough.

 

Day Six

This morning we bid farewell after breakfast to our hosts and begin our journey home, again with refreshment stops enroute.

 

ESPLANADE HOTEL, Scarborough

The Esplanade enjoys a commanding position on Scarborough's south cliff, yet is just a short walk from the beach and town centre. There is a lift to all floors and evening entertainment is planned on two evenings during your stay.

DAY ONE

From your home pick-up and travel to Scarborough with comfort stops enroute, arriving at your hotel late afternoon with time to relax before dinner.

D

DAY TWO:

Today we have an interesting excursion, leaving Scarborough we head south to the genteel resort of Filey for a short stay before continuing inland through delight little villages for a visit to Eden Camp near Malton, an original World War II prisoner of war camp and now a museum exhibiting the spirit of wartime Britain.

B, D

DAY THREE

A free day to discover the varied attractions of Scarborough, enjoy the delightful promenade in the attractive Belvedere Gardens or explore the busy little harbour and town with its indoor markets and antique shops.

B, D

DAY FOUR:

This morning we head north following the coast road to Whitby, the famous fishing port which was once the home of Captain James Cook. High above the harbour stands the 7th Century Whitby Abbey, the inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. We have time to wander around the narrow streets and busy harbour side before we join the North Yorkshire Moors Railway taking us over the scenic North Yorkshire Moors through Grosmont and Goathland to Pickering where we re-join the coach to Scarborough.

B, D

DAY FIVE:

We travel today through Thornton-le-Dale to Castle Howard, here 'Yorkshire Rivals Rome' - for over 300 years this palatial home has commanded its position over the Howardian Hills and was the settling for TV's acclaimed 'Brideshead Revisited'. There is time to visit the house and take a stroll around the grounds before returning to Scarborough.

B, D

DAY SIX:

This morning we bid farewell after breakfast to our hosts and begin our journey home, again with refreshment stops enroute.

B

B=Breakfast Included, D=Dinner Included

ESPLANADE HOTEL, Scarborough 3 star

The Esplanade Hotel enjoys a commanding position on Scarborough’s South Cliff, yet is just a short walk from the beach, the spa and town centre.  There is a lift to all floors and evening entertainment is planned on two evenings during your stay.

 

 

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Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Abergele Water Street Abergele, Water Street
Opposite Bowling Green
Bangor, Tesco Bus Stop Bangor, Tesco Bus Stop
Chester Holiday Inn South Chester, Holiday Inn South
Layby Outside
Chester Services Chester, Services on M56
Colwyn Bay Station Colwyn Bay, Railway Station
Ewloe St Davids Park Ewloe, MainRoad Outside St Davids Park Hotel
Holywell, Bus Station Holywell, Bus Station
Llandudno Jct Station Llandudno Junction Station Car Park
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