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How would you like to celebrate Christmas twice this year? On our Turkey and Tinsel break to New Southlands Hotel you’ll enjoy mulled wine on arrival, a traditional Christmas dinner and festive entertainment! Enjoy all the fun of the festive season in Scarborough before anyone else!
Day One - Home to Scarborough
Travelling to the interchange first, we'll then begin our journey to the New Southlands Hotel in Scarborough, arriving in time for a delicious evening meal. (D)
Days Two to Four - Scarborough
Make the most of a superb festive break, enjoying a Christmas dinner, a visit from Father Christmas, a festive afternoon tea and entertainment. We'll also take two included excursions. (B,D)
Day Five - Scarborough to Home
It will be time to return home today, as we travel back to the interchange and then continue home. (B)
New Southlands Hotel
The New Southlands Hotel is an intimate and elegant property perfectly situated on Scarborough’s South Cliff. The Esplanade, Italian Rose Gardens and South Bay are within a five minute walk of the hotel. The town retains much of the character from its time as an elegant Victorian seaside resort, with handsome architecture and walkways, as well as increasingly more modern entertainment and attractions. Further inland, North Yorkshire is an overlooked gem offering beautiful scenery and countless attractions both historic and modern.
Within the hotel you can expect all the amenities and welcome you would expect from a Bay Hotel. With stylish and comfortable lounges and a classic restaurant and bar area as well as friendly and welcoming staff you will find the perfect place to relax at the New Southlands Hotel.There are three options of rooms at the hotel with standard, superior and premier rooms available.
Scenic Drive to Whitby
Join us on a jaunt to the picturesque and colourful fishing port of Whitby, by way of the wonderful scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors.
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.