Warners Nidd Hall Hotel
This popular hotel is a 1820s Grade II listed retreat in 45 acres of verdant parkland near Harrogate in a peaceful location on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. This location close to Harrogate gives you the wonderful included excursion to medieval York.
Rich in ancient history, romantic ambience and fun activities, York is the perfect destination, renowned for its exquisite architecture, tangle of quaint cobbled streets, iconic York Minster and wealth of visitor attractions, York is a flourishing city! Delve into the city's vibrant café culture, take time out to enjoy some of the country's most talented street entertainers or simply watch the world go by while sipping a drink by the river.
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 After joining your holiday coach, enjoy a scenic drive to our holiday base in Yorkshire. 4 nights with breakfast & dinner.
Please note: Tea/coffee is not included after dinner.
Days 2 - 4 At leisure with 1 included excursion.
Any trip to Yorkshire wouldn't be complete without visiting the spiritual capital of the North. Medieval York is a beautiful compact riverside city famous for its Roman, Viking and Medieval heritage dating back 2000 years.
Within the ancient walls and twisting atmospheric streets you will find an array of sights to discover; like the iconic York Minster, Jorvik Viking Centre and a host of museums, shops, charming tea rooms and traditional pubs.
Yorkshire Dales National Park:
This included excursion features the magnificent and picturesque scenery of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. We travel via Settle and Horton in Ribblesdale to Hawes in Wensleydale, stopping en route at the Wensleydale Creamery.
After free time to visit the museum (entrance not included) and the coffee shop, our journey continues to Wharfedale before returning to the hotel.
Day 5 - An interesting stop will be made in Stamford, the most beautiful stone town in England, on the way back to interchange.Back to top