Bridlington, Whitby & York 7 Days - Monarch Hotel
The long beach front, historic buildings and range of entertainment facilities make Bridlington an ideal destination. Bridlington Old Town is traditional Yorkshire in a nutshell. Packed with attractive antique shops and restaurants, the Old Town was the setting for 2016’s Dad’s Army film. The delightful mix of brick and stone buildings, colourful shop fronts, popular cafés and individual shops provide a relaxing environment for shopping or strolling. The town’s new leisure centre opened in 2016 with an array of modern facilities. Entertainments and art galleries are housed in the refurbished Spa Centre on the seafront. A network of land-trains transports guests around the town, along the front, and as far afield as Sewerby Hall and Gardens, a delightful stately home owned and managed by East Riding Council.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
Day 1 - Outward Travel
Day 2 - North York Moors & Whitby
We pass through Thornton Dale to the pleasant market town of Pickering, where we have a coffee stop. /nWe pass the natural hollow of the Hole of Horcum, created by a “giant” and Saltersgate Inn, a smugglers’ haunt. /nGoathland was the main setting for TV's “Heartbeat”, and its station featured in the Harry Potter films./nWhitby, on the banks of the River Esk, is dominated by the remains of a 13th century Benedictine abbey. /nAtop the West Cliff is a monument to Whitby's whaling past - two giant tusks frame the view. /nCaptain Cook lived here in 1746 and there is an interesting museum explaining his adventures (entry fee applies)./n
Day 3 - Day at Leisure
Day 4 - Day at Leisure
Day 5 - York
York's medieval walls were built by Henry III around 1220. Some stretches can be walked on today (steep stairs)./nYork's Minster (entry fee applies) is the largest medieval cathedral in England - it took over 250 years to complete. /nThere are museums of Roman, Viking and medieval history (charges apply), as well as many interesting shops in "The Shambles"./n
Day 6 - Scarborough & Beverley
Beverley's 13th century Minster is one of England’s finest Gothic churches, with exceptional interior features./nBar House near North Bar Gate is where Charles 1 stayed in 1642 during the Royalist siege of Hull./nThe 14th century St. Mary’s church is well worth a visit, as is Guildhall heritage centre (occasional opening)./nScarborough is arguably the oldest seaside resort in Britain, predating Brighton./nThe town's two bays are divided by a dramatic headland with its medieval castle./nScarborough also retains a busy fishing harbour./n
Day 7 - Return Travel
Coach holidays to Bridlington just got more exciting. New to the Leisureplex portfolio for 2019, the Monarch Hotel is situated in prime position on Bridlington's seafront. The resort's flat promenade offers a relaxing stroll into town. Guests can enjoy panoramic sea views from the restaurant and bar. Ground floor resident's lounge included. Entertainment room with dance floor. All 51 bedrooms are en-suite with Freeview TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Lift serves all floors apart from the 6th floor. any guest would need to negotiate 15 steps to access this floor from the fifth floor. Please ensure you submit a special requirements form if you have any mobility difficulties which may affect your holiday. Limited free car parking.