Harrogate & York Food & Drink Festival
2 Days Away
Tuck into the tasty York Food and Drink Festival this September. With over 70 stands, Parliament Street is the base for all produce and street food. You can browse local cheeses, gin, ales, cakes, wine and artisan bread plus many more delicious delights to get your mouth around! Indulge in everything from freshly cooked mussels to Asian street food, bhaji burgers to smokehouses plus the festival bars at St Sampsons square.
Also at St Sampsons square, this will where the festival demonstrations take place, with performances from local food and drink experts throughout the day. This food festival is a delectable day out and a chance to enjoy the quaint cobbled streets of York.
We also visit the pretty town of Harrogate, with its splendid shopping facilities and elegant architecture.
PLEASE NOTE: Price is per person and based on two people sharing a twin/double room. Single room supplements and upgrades are not included.
• Coach travel with reserved seating throughout
• One night dinner, bed and breakfast at the Bradford Hotel, Bradford
• All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
• A visit to Harrogate
• A visit to historic York for the Food & Drink Festival.
This historical yet vibrant district has plenty to offer its visitors on our coach breaks – being famous for its horticulture, grand buildings and graceful scenery with natural springs. Consisting of a Cathedral City, a World Heritage site, a Spa Town and spectacular natural beauty – a real gem is there to be discovered in the North of Yorkshire.
Harrogate and District has been voted the happiest place to live in the country for the past three years running hosting something for everyone with a wide range of attractions and events from enjoying afternoon tea at the renowned Betty’s Tea Room to the famous Harrogate Flower Show and the popular Great Yorkshire Show.
Book your next trip to York one of Europe's most popular historic cities, renowned for its Roman, Viking and Medieval heritage with lots of attractions for visitors to enjoy as part of a coach holiday. The streets are full of historic buildings, traditional shops and cafes, and a number of museums and art galleries.
The city’s historic sites are impressive, contained within the city walls which date back to Roman times and are themselves an integral part of York’s unique character
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