Join us on this relaxing break to Scarborough - situated on the North Yorkshire coast with the scenic North Yorks Moors National Park behind the coastline to the North and the rolling Yorkshire Wolds to the South.
Day 1: Joining the coach from one of our convenient local joining points, we travel to the Esplanade Hotel in Scarborough, making suitable stops en-route.
Day 2: 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. After lunch, head across the North Yorkshire Moors to visit the pretty historic market town of Thornton-le-Dale.
Day 3: A day at leisure.
Day 4: This morning we depart for the ancient and historic City of York. In York there are lots of things to see and do – The National Railway Museum, The Jorvik Centre, The Castle Museum, stroll around the City Walls, wander around the excellent shops, explore the many quaint little alleyways, and, of course, no visit to York is complete without seeing magnificent York Minster.
Day 5: After breakfast, we depart for Norfolk and your local joining point, arriving home early evening.
Single Supplement: £nil (limited availability)
Tour Reference: SSD032
Esplanade Hotel *** Scarborough
This popular hotel enjoys a commanding position on Scarborough’s South Cliff, yet is just a short walk from the beach, the Spa and the town centre. Bedrooms are all en-suite with TV, lift access and tea/coffee making facilities.
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|Mon 2 Mar, 2020