Yorkshire Coast & Country
Yorkshire's warmest welcome awaits you in North Yorkshire. The mighty castle towers over the impressive headland in Scarborough and in its shadow the town has grown up around the bustling harbour. Scarborough is a resort of immense style with some of the finest gardens in this country and an elegant promenade running along the top of the cliffs. Historic charm and scenic splendour surround the beautiful Yorkshire coastline and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park is just minutes away. A nostalgic ride on the North Yorkshire Railway with a visit to the pretty fishing port of Whitby is included as well as entrances to Helmsley Walled Garden and the James Herriot Museum. New for 2024 – the base for this break is in pretty Bridlington.
2024 Turkey & Tinsel - Bridlington - November 11, 2024.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Hotel for 5 nights with dinner and breakfast
- North Yorkshire Moors Railway Pickering to Whitby
- Free time in Whitby
- Visit to Helmsley Walled Garden with guided tour
- Entrance to World of James Herriot
- Excursion to Scarborough
ScarboroughYorkshire Coast & Country
Day 1 - From your chosen joining point your feeder vehicle will take you to the designated interchange point where your holiday begins. After joining your holiday coach, head to the North Yorkshire coast with refreshment stops en-route to your hotel. 5 nights with dinner, bed and breakfast.
Day 2 - 5 At leisure in Bridlington with 3 included excursions.
Discover award-winning beaches, outstanding attractions, rich history, unique character and stunning scenery. Bridlington is the ideal choice for a holiday whether it’s the beach , the scenery or attractions – it’s a great base for North Yorkshire.
North Yorkshire Moors Railway, Pickering to Whitby.
We start the day at Pickering's heritage station to board our train for a nostalgic journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, travelling through stunning scenery to Whitby. This charming coastal town features quirky streets and a picturesque harbour. It is most widely known for its atmospheric ruined abbey perched on the cliffs above the town which provided inspiration for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Free time in Whitby before returning to the hotel. Rail fare included..
Free time to explore Scarborough- a resort of immense style with some of the finest gardens in this country and an elegant promenade running along the top of the cliffs. Historic charm and scenic splendour surround the beautiful Yorkshire coastline and the North Yorkshire Moors National Park is just minutes away.
Helmsley Walled Garden & The World of James Herriot
Head to picture postcard town Helmsley, an attractive market town within the North Yorkshire Moors National Park with an impressive 900 year old castle (now ruins), There is an included visit to the Helmsley Walled Garden which sits beneath the ruins. Built in 1759, this historic garden is full of intimate spaces such as the White Garden and Garden of Contemplation where you can enjoy peace and tranquility. A guided tour will help you discover the garden's secrets and highlights. Continue on, descending spectacular Sutton Bank (a steep drop of 140m), to Thirsk where you will step through the famous red door of 23 Kirkgate into the World of James Herriot, the fully restored site of his original 1940s home and veterinary practice. Take a close-up look behind the scenes of a reproduced set from the BBC series All Creatures Great and Small
Day 6 - After breakfast travel homewards arriving early/mid evening
Please note: Hotel has been changed from previously advertised in our 2024 brochure.Back to top
The Expanse Hotel, Bridlington Change of Hotel from pg 58 of 2024 brochure
Situated on the quiet North Bay seafront in Bridlington, Expanse Hotel has an on-site restaurant which has sea views and serves full English breakfasts, snacks and a dinner menu.
The rooms at the Expanse Hotel are served by a lift and feature free Wi-Fi. The rooms also offer a private bathroom, flat-screen TV, and tea and coffee making facilities. The hotel's award-winning Marine Bar offers traditional cask ales.
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Bridlington town centre is just a 15-minute walk from the hotel, and features a wide variety of shops and restaurants. The Bayle Museum is only 1.6 miles away
NB There are some steps at the front of the hotel and and also 6 steps to ground floor rooms