Enjoy a Seaside Break in 2022 with us to the delightful Yorkshire resort of Scarborough. Our excursions include a day to visit the nearby walled city of York, a day to explore the seaside favourite of Whitby and time to enjoy at your leisure in Scarborough.
- 4 Nights Dinner, Bed & Breakfast
- Executive Coach Travel Throughout
- Excursions as Stated
- Evening Entertainment
- No Single Room Supplements (Limited Availability)
Enjoy a full day excursion to the nearby city of York today. With time to visit many attractions such as the gothic Cathedral York Minster, the National Railway Museum, and the Jorvik Viking Centre. You could explore the shops and cobbled streets and enjoy the vibrant cafe culture, or jump on a river cruise - the day is yours.
Enjoy the full day at leisure to explore the seaside resort of Scarborough. The seaside town has much to offer including 12th century castle, parks & award winning gardens, shops, museums and miniature railway. Plenty to keep you occupied even just for a day!
Travel the beautiful scenic coastal route north today to Whitby with its ruined Abbey made famous in Bram Stokers Dracula novel. Wander through the towns busy quayside with its many shops and cafes to enjoy. There is also the Captain Cook Museum, Pannett Park & Gardens, Church of St Mary and the beautiful Whitby Beach to enjoy here. We return to the hotel in Scarborough in time for evening meal in the hotel.
Royal Hotel, Scarborough
The Royal Hotel is in the perfect location to explore all that this enchanting town has to offer, with its fine sandy beaches and stunning promenade only 500 metres away. Pinpointed at the centre of Scarborough and overlooking the beautiful South Bay, The Royal Hotel is in the perfect location to explore all that this enchanting town has to offer, with its fine sandy beaches and stunning promenade only 500 metres away.
The Royal Hotel dates back to the 1830s, and its grand imposing architecture, including The Royal's famous staircase and atrium, still bear all the hallmarks of the Regency Period. Many of the rooms have been refurbished, yet retain all their archaic ornamentation and historic spirit, which mirror a time of class and style