Door 2 Tour

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Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm

Nidd Hall, Yorkshire

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TGLE10331

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

5 Day Select Holiday

Price Includes:

  • Dinner, bed and breakfast
  • Luxury coach travel throughout
  • Full entertainment programme
  • Excursions as stated
  • Select extras
  • Premium welcome pack

Select Benefits:

  • Extra leg room
  • Reclining leather seats
  • Climate control
  • On board library
  • Premium welcome pack
  • Carefully selected quality hotels.
PRICE FROM ? £459 per person
Plan My Trip

Itinerary

Overview

Standing magnificently in forty-five acres of parkland near Harrogate, this eighteenth century Grade II listed mansion is said to be where King Edward VIII met Mrs Wallis Simpson. The spectacular grounds incorporate a fishing lake, putting green, tennis courts, archery, shooting, bowls and croquet as well as award-winning gardens. The splendid interior boasts a striking potpourri of styles with Tuscan columns, stained glass panels, mahogany doors, grand staircase and a marble fireplace – not to mention evidence of a secret chamber behind a bookcase!

Your Excursions

Harrogate
We enjoy a half day tour to this Victorian spa town, famous for its quaint mews terraces, the stylish Montpellier Quarter and the world famous Betty’s Tearooms.

York
This walled city is celebrated for its Roman, Viking and medieval heritage. At its beating heart stands a breathtaking gothic minster – truly a masterpiece of sculptured stone, bell towers and stained glass windows. Walk the city walls, visit the castle, explore the Jorvik Viking Centre or broaden your mind at one of the many museums.

Ripon & Wensleydale Creamery Visitor Centre
Today we journey to the city of Ripon where we pause briefly before proceeding to Wensleydale Creamery Visitor Centre. Take a tripback in time and learn how the art of cheese making has evolved over the centuries at the museum.

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