|Travel by Coach|
|2 Included Excursions|
Midweek Plus breaks are the perfect antidote to those winter blues! You’ll enjoy live evening entertainment on Wednesday night and four free drinks vouchers to use on one evening. This break takes us to Whitby on the North Yorkshire Coast with a great mix of scenic coastal views and maritime heritage. We have included excursions to historic York and the market town of Pickering.
Day One: Home to Whitby
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Whitby, where we’ll check in to the Royal Whitby Hotel and will enjoy an evening meal. (D)
Days Two to Four: Whitby
Over the next three days we’ll enjoy two excursions. We’ll visit the historic city of York. Dating back to Roman times it is bursting with medieval character and architectural masterpieces. The other excursion is to the town of Pickering, travelling there through the wilds of the North York Moors; attractions here include the castle, the church with its amazing wall paintings and Beck Isle museum of Rural life. The other day is to spend at leisure in and around Whitby. Enjoy beautiful Whitby Abbey or any of a number of museums including the Captain Cook Museum and Whitby Lifeboat Museum. Climb to the top of the old lighthouse for great views of the coast and the town, or just enjoy the view at the harbour, enjoying some legendary fish and chips. (B,D)
Day Five: Whitby to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)
Four drinks vouchers - Midweek Plus Package
Enjoy four drinks vouchers per person on Wednesday night on this holiday!
Join us on a fantastic trip along the Yorkshire coastline to visit the charming resort of Scarborough. With its two bays, castle ruins and colourful fishing harbour, there is plenty here to amuse the visitor in this superb town.
Enjoy a trip to the medieval city of York, where there will be free time to explore this most historical city, or call at the National Railway Museum where you can discover 300 years of transport history.