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Enjoy a chance to take a short break between Christmas and New Year to recharge your batteries, staying at the Bay Norbreck Hotel in Scarborough. Make the most of a relaxing time away, and join us on a great included excursion, travelling through the stunning North York Moors to admire its amazing scenery, before visiting wonderful Whitby.
Day One - Home to Scarborough
We’ll make our way from the interchange to Scarborough, where we’ll check in to the Bay Norbreck Hotel and will enjoy a sumptuous evening meal. (D)
Day Two - Scarborough
We’ll have a great time, with time to explore excellent Scarborough, as well as enjoying an excursion through the amazing North York Moors to discover charming Whitby. (B,D)
Day Three - Scarborough to Home
Time to say goodbye today; we depart after breakfast and make our way to the interchange before returning home. (B)
The Norbreck Hotel is the only hotel in Scarborough that gives wonderful panoramic views across both the North and South Bays from its prominent position on the headland.
If you want to experience all the fun of the seaside, the Norbreck Hotel is the ideal place to stay. The hotel is just a short walk from the resort’s fantastic attractions including The Esplanade, South Bay beach, The Italian Gardens and of course traditional amusements, restaurants, cafes and bars along the seafront.
Heading the other way, enjoy the naturally beautiful, less developed beach of the North Bay, nature lovers will enjoy amazing natural sights including the nearby North York Moors and the stunning Cleveland Way which passes the hotel.
In the hotel you can of course take in the stunning views of the coastline from the restaurant while enjoying delicious meals followed by relaxing drinks in the bar and great entertainment in the hotel’s ballroom. All of our standard rooms are fashionably decorated and there is the option to upgrade to a standard plus room for even greater comfort.
North York Moors And Whitby
Join us on a trip by way of the wonderful scenery of the North York Moors to the picturesque and colourful fishing port of Whitby, famed for its connections with Captain Cook and Dracula.