Scarborough & Whitby Weekend
2 Days Away
A two-day break with an inclusive itinerary to explore some true Yorkshire gems. Staying at the iconic Grand Hotel in Scarborough - you'll have time to see this seaside resort in your free time. You'll also visit Whitby, a charming seaside town with a pretty harbour and quaint riverside buildings. The birthplace of Captain Cook and setting for Bram Stoker's Dracula, it offers a host of attractions for your enjoyment including the famous cobbled streets, Whitby Abbey and the 199 steps leading up to it!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Modern coach travel with reserved seating
- One night dinner, bed & breakfast at the Royal Hotel, Scarborough
- Visit to the charming seaside town of Whitby
Scarborough, one of the UK’s first seaside resorts which has been attracting tourists for over 300 years.
Explore this holiday destination on the stunning Yorkshire coast and experience all that it has to offer. Discover its award-winning sandy beaches, breathtaking coastline and dramatic cliffs, as well as the town’s historic harbour and a variety of attractions, including Scarborough Castle, Scarborough Open Air Theatre and SEA LIFE Scarborough.
Scarborough’s beaches have been described as some of the best in the country. These include South Bay Beach, North Bay Beach and a more secluded one at Cayton Bay. With the mixture of soft sand and tidal hard sand, they have the perfect castle-building sand! The town is also home to some of the UK’s finest parks and gardens, including Peasholm Park, South Cliff Gardens and Royal Albert Park. Enjoy a stroll around these lush green spaces and take in their amazing natural beauty.
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The Grand Hotel, Scarborough The Grand Hotel, Scarborough
Built in 1863 the Grand Hotel takes pride of place overlooking Scarborough’s picturesque harbour and South Bay. Located in the town centre, this stunning Victorian building is ideally situated to enjoy the attractions and sandy beaches of this popular resort.
It's one of the most iconic landmarks in Scarborough. The impressive Grade II Listed building was designed around the theme of time: 4 towers to represent the seasons, 12 floors for the months of the year, 52 chimneys symbolise weeks – and there were originally 365 bedrooms for the number of days in a year. Today, there are 413. Located in the town centre, this stunning Victorian building is ideally situated to enjoy the attractions and sandy beaches of this popular resort.
- All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
- TV and tea/coffee making facilities
- On-site restaurant with views of the harbour
- Bar and coffee shop on site
- Ballroom with cabaret & evening entertainment including bingo & quiz nights*.*Entertainment may vary.
- Free Wi-Fi in public areas
- 24 Hour front desk