|Travel by Coach|
|2 Included Excursions|
Warner Leisure Hotels offer the ideal surroundings for a break, each with their own unique atmosphere and appeal. Exclusively for adults, you’ll find a wide range of leisure activities throughout the day as well as fantastic evening entertainment!
Built in the 18th century, Nidd Hall is set in 45 acres with award winning gardens complete with fishing lake, and boasts superb architecture and design.
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Enjoy trips to historic York and through the picturesque Yorkshire Dales.
Day One: Home to Harrogate
We travel to Nidd in the rural district of Harrogate where we will enjoy an evening meal following check-in. (D)
Days Two to Four: Harrogate
Make the most of your holiday with the wide range of activities that Warner Leisure Hotels are famous for. Make use of Nidd Hall’s fantastic facilities, including the new Fresh-Air fitness equipment around the beautiful grounds. Why not go to nearby Ripley with its Castle, or venture to Harrogate to admire the pretty architecture or to try tea and scones at the famous Bettys Tea Room.
We also have included two sightseeing trips to explore the area further. (B,D)
Day Five: Harrogate to Home
We return home today, departing after breakfast and check-out at the hotel. (B)
Excursion to York
From the Romans to the Vikings and eventually the House of Plantagenet during the War of the Roses, York has always been a hugely important historic city. You will have free time to explore the Minister, quaint shops and historic pubs on the Shambles, the city walls or the recently restored Jorvik Viking centre, to get a real feel of York's past. You'll definitely find something to suit you for an afternoon in this incredible city.
Our trip takes us to Sedburgh, hugging a lovely spot between the Howgill Fells and the Dales and then we continue on to magical Hawes, England's highest market town and first recorded as a market place in 1307. Set amidst breath-taking scenery, Hawes is home to the world-famous Yorkshire Wensleydale Cheese.