Scarborough & York St Nicholas Christmas Fayre
3 Days Away - 2022
Get ready to be whisked off on a festive weekend stay to Scarborough with its boats and quirky beach huts lighting up the glistening shoreline with their lovely, twinkling lights. We also visit the splendid town of Harrogate and York’s St Nicholas Christmas Fayre, which provides the perfect excuse for a spot of gift shopping, all dressed up for the festivities. Don’t forget to get in the party spirit during the evening with our special 2 for 1 drinks offer!
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 the 2-star Grand Hotel, Scarborough with dinner & breakfast
- 2 for 1 bar (6pm-9pm) on selected drinks
- Included visit to the York St Nicholas Christmas Fayre
- Included visit to Harrogate
Scarborough coach trips are one of the best ways to enjoy one of Yorkshire’s premier seaside resorts, with its colourful seafront, bustling promenade, sandy beaches and beautiful gardens. This is a fantastic destination for a coach break, at any time of the year.
Scarborough offers a fantastic range of attractions and activities for all ages on a coach holiday. Explore Scarborough Castle, a 12th-century Roman ruin, dominating the resort headland. Discover the secrets of the underwater world at the Sea Life Centre, relax at the beautifully oriental-themed Peasholm offering a beautiful system of streams and waterfalls, mini bridges and mystical gardens park, or take a trip on one of the county’s oldest miniature seaside railways.
The Scarborough seafront is split into two lovely beach bays, on the north and south, linked with Scarborough's historic Victorian architecture. The South Bay is a great place to check out on a coach tour with its bustling seaside entertainment, whilst the quieter North Bay is ideal for taking a relaxing stroll.
Located in the heart of Yorkshire, the Victorian spa town of Harrogate has plenty to offer its visitors. Famous sights include the Royal Pump Room, the Grade II listed Royal Hall and the Montpellier Quarter with its historic 19th-century buildings. The town offers a brilliant range of shops and boutiques on the famous Commercial Street such as White Rose Sewing, The Cheeseboard, Miss Claire Rose and The Crown Jewellers of Harrogate for you to enjoy as well as a fantastic range of restaurants and bars. The quaint streets are also dotted with quirky galleries and museums exploring the history of Harrogate.
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. The streets are full of historic buildings, traditional shops and cafés, 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.
Grand Hotel, Scarborough Grand Hotel, Scarborough
One of Scarborough’s most famous landmarks, the Grand Hotel occupies a superb location overlooking the harbour and beaches of the South Bay. Great facilities and sparkling entertainment combine to create a memorable stay in this fine resort. All meals are buffet style.
Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV and tea/coffee-making facilities • Restaurant with great views of Scarborough Harbour • Cocktail bar • Cabaret bar • Coffee shop • Ballroom with live cabaret entertainment every evening • LiftBack to top