Scarborough, Whitby & Historic York
5 Days Away - 2022
Bag yourself a wonderful five-day breakaway on the glorious Yorkshire coast without the usual summer crowds! From classic Scarborough and stunning Whitby to the lovely moorland village of Goathland (made famous by the hit TV series Heartbeat) you will be utterly spoilt for choice by our selection of free excursions. We’ve even included entertainment every evening to help get the party started!
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
- 4 nights at a selected 2-star hotel in Scarborough with dinner & breakfast
- 2 for 1 bar (6pm-9pm) on selected drinks (at the Grand Hotel only)
- Entertainment every evening
- Free excursion to Goathland & Whitby
- Free excursion to York
Optional excursion to Beverley Market (£6pp)
Experience a coach break to Whitby, an ancient and beautiful sea port with a history going as far back as the founding of its famous abbey in 657AD, which still dominates the East Cliff headland, with fantastic views overlooking this most popular seaside resort.
Offering something for everyone, there are many attractions that are connected to the town's fascinating past, from the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, where you can learn about the famous explorer's life, to the Dracula Experience, which guides you through the story and its connection to the town.
The pretty village of Goathland is hidden away in the stunning North York Moors National Park, a region comprising over 1,400 miles of natural beauty. The village has attracted visitors since the 19th century, but Goathland’s popularity has soared since its appearance as Aidensfield in the hit TV series Heartbeat and its role in the Harry Potter films. It is also home to a charming heritage train station on the steam-operated North Yorkshire Moors Railway line.
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.
Beverley MarketBeverley Market
The charming market town of Beverley is one of Yorkshires best kept secrets, boasting quaint courtyards, historic buildings and a vibrant weekly market. The famous Beverley Market dates back centuries and over 120 colourful stalls offer food from around the world, freshly baked goods, crafts and clothing.
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.
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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 • Lift
Royal Hotel, Scarborough Royal Hotel, Scarborough
Situated in the heart of Scarborough and overlooking the beautiful South Bay, the Royal Hotel is perfectly located and offers excellent facilities. All meals are buffet style.
Hotel Features: Bedrooms with en-suite facilities, TV and tea/coffee-making facilities ● Sea view restaurant ● Extensive bar ● Lounge & Coffee Bar ● Leisure Club with indoor heated swimming pool, sauna, and gymnasium