Cruise & Steam & The Yorkshire Dales
5 Days Away - 2023
A sensational short breakaway with a jam-packed itinerary as we enjoy a delightful canal cruise and a nostalgic journey on a heritage steam railway. There is even time to experience the idyllic sights of the Yorkshire Dales and the welcome of delightful Grassington, Leeds, Hawes and Aysgarth. With an included drinks offer at the hotel, this three-day getaway is not to be missed!
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
- Return coach travel
- 2 nights at a selected 3-star hotel in the Leeds area with dinner & breakfast
- 2 for 1 bar (6pm-9pm) on selected drinks
- Included visit to Leeds
- Heritage train journey on the Embassy & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway
- Skipton canal cruise & Grassington
- Included visit to Hawes & Aysgarth
The Yorkshire Dales is an area of great natural beauty and a wonderful place to visit on a coach holiday. This area was designated as a national park in 1954 because of its beautiful rolling countryside, amazing wildlife and cultural heritage.
Consisting of over twenty main dales, all of which vary in character and atmosphere, its breath-taking scenery is why people return year after year.
Yorkshire Dales Carousel
The vibrant and popular city of Leeds attracts more visitors a year than many traditional seaside resorts and as the only city outside of London with its own repertory theatre, opera house and ballet company, it’s easy to see why.
Taking a coach holiday to this cultured metropolis can be a great way to explore the many sights on offer.
Hawes & AysgarthHawes & Aysgarth
Hawes is a charming little market town, loaded with character, rolling hills, pretty bridges and even its very own waterfall at its centre! Perched loftily 850 feet above sea level, this windswept setting is home to the world famous Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese, making it one of the top attractions within the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Be sure to enjoy a wander around the quaint antique emporiums, art galleries and independent craft shops.
Further along the hidden roads snaking through the Dales is the teeny village of Aysgarth, nestled around the striking St Andrews Parish Church and just a stone’s throw from the famous Aysgarth Falls, which featured in the Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves film. Back in the village, enjoy a well-deserved cuppa in one of the lovely tearooms.Back to top