A warm Yorkshire welcome awaits you at this traditional seaside resort, said to be Britain’s first seaside destination. The resort has retained the charm and style established in its Victorian heyday and it’s no wonder visitors have been holidaying in here for over 360 years.
There is plenty to do in Scarborough, with a bustling harbour, wonderful promenade and popular shopping area.
Friday: We depart the Travel Centre this morning and make our way to Scarborough with a stop en route, arriving at the hotel late afternoon.
Saturday: Today is your free day to explore Scarborough as you choose.
Sunday: This morning we board the coach to visit Thirsk, a traditional North Yorkshire Market town superbly positioned midway between the stunning North York Moors and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Included is entrance to The World of James Herriot, a museum which covers the life and books of James Alfred Wight, who wrote under the pseudonym of James Herriot. Take the chance to go behind the scenes of the BBC series ‘All Creatures Great & Small’.
Monday: Today we board the coach for a visit to the nearby seaside resort of Whitby.
Tuesday: We bid a fond farewell to the hotel staff this morning as we make our way back to Hugglescote, with a stop en route.
INCLUDED IN YOUR HOLIDAY
Roberts Gold Service
4 nights hotel accommodation, dinner and cooked breakfast throughout
Entrance to The World of James Herriot
Time in Thirsk
Visit to Pickering
Time in Whitby
Free time in Scarborough
Red Lea Hotel***
Prince of Wales Terrace, Scarborough
The Red Lea is one of Scarborough’s most respected 3 Star hotels and has been thoughtfully modernised into a relaxing hotel with a professional and friendly service.
All 66 bedrooms are en suite, with tea/coffee making facilities and television. The hotel has a heated indoor swimming pool along with a well-equipped gym.
No single supplement on the first 5 single rooms available.
Sea view supplement (double occupancy only) £120