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Scarborough – Queen Of The Yorkshire Coast

UK & Ireland
  • Duration: 5 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2TJUS9019

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

5 days

UK 2021

PRICE FROM ? £279 per person
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Itinerary

Description

Scarborough styles itself as the country’s original seaside resort, with visitors enjoying the stunning scenery, fabulous beaches and traditional attractions for nearly 400 years! During our relaxing Yorkshire break we explore some of the other lovely seaside towns scattered along the magnificent coastline, and head inland to the charming town of Beverley to visit its famous market.

Itinerary

Included Excursions
Whitby (full day)
We travel to the charming coastal town of Whitby, famed for its connection to Dracula, in which Bram Stoker describes it as a ‘lovely place’ and for its striking jet jewellery, popularised in Victorian times. Whitby was also once the home of the famous explorer Captain Cook, who lived here as an apprentice. Wander around the quirky streets and the busy harbour before tackling the climb up to the atmospheric ruined abbey perched on the cliffs above the town. 

Beverley Market & Filey (full day)
We head first to the pretty town of Beverley, one of Yorkshire’s best-kept secrets. The town’s famous market dates back centuries and offers a vibrant mix of stalls while its rich heritage is reflected in the cobbled streets and historic buildings, including the 13th -century Minster with its medieval stone carvings and stained glass. There are also quaint boutiques, cosmopolitan cafés and traditional pubs to enjoy. Next stop is the quaint resort of Filey, full of olde-worlde charm and boasting a five mile stretch of sandy beach and some of the most spectacular sea views on the Yorkshire coast.


Optional Excursion
York – £12pp (full day)
Our optional excursion takes us to the historic city of York. Make time for the glorious York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe with world-famous stained glass windows. Other highlights include the narrow cobbled streets of the ‘Shambles’ where the buildings date back to medieval times, the Jorvik Centre which tells the story of York’s Viking heritage, and the ancient walls surrounding the city. The famous Betty’s tea rooms are also worth a visit.

JG2

Hotels with a JG2 rating are a mixture of larger hotels and privately owned properties. Décor and furnishings may be simple but are well maintained. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities, TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Food may be buffet style in some of the larger hotels. Services may be limited
but efficient.

Coach Bullets

  • Return coach travel
  • 4 nights at a selected hotel, Scarborough with dinner & breakfast
  • Entertainment every evening at the Royal Hotel (some evenings at the Delmont Hotel)
  • Excursions to Whitby, Beverley Market & Filey

    Optional excursion to York (£12pp)

    Please note: a £20pp supplement will apply for passengers departing from the Isle of Wight on all 2021 UK & Ireland breaks.

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  • 4 nights at a selected hotel, Scarborough with dinner & breakfast
  • Entertainment every evening at the Royal Hotel (some evenings at the Delmont Hotel)
  • Excursions to Whitby, Beverley Market & Filey

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Accommodation

Accommodation

We’ll stay at one of two hotels in Scarborough:

The Royal Hotelisset in a grand period building, overlooking South Bay and just 500 metres from Scarborough’s seafront. Hotel facilities include a bar and restaurant plus a leisure club with indoor pool, spa bath, sauna and gym (small charge applies for leisure facilities). Meals are buffet style.

With splendid views over North Bay, the family-run Delmont Hotel is situated just a five-minute walk from North Bay’s quiet beach and Scarborough town centre. The hotel offers a games room, comfortable lounges and a bar, all with sea views, plus an outdoor terrace.

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