Enjoy our Spring tour to Scarborough one of Britain’s premier coastal resorts. On this holiday you can enjoy an excellent hotel, as well as the natural beauty and historical heritage of Yorkshire. We include visits to Whitby, a coastal drive, Yorkshire Moors scenic drive and time in historic York itself.
The privately owned Park Manor Hotel enjoys good position in Scarborough, near to Peasholm Park and the North Bay Beach and a short walk from the town centre. Bedrooms are all en suite with TV and tea/coffee making facilities. Leisure facilities include an indoor pool, hot tub and steam room. There is a lift to all floors.
From your front door to the waiting Club Class coach, we make our way north over the Humber Bridge to Hull for a lunch stop then take the scenic road through the Yorkshire Wolds to arrive at the Park Manor Hotel, Scarborough with time to settle in and relax before dinner.
This morning we leave for a day in the ancient and historic City of York. In York there are lots of things to see and do – The National Railway Museum, The Jorvik Centre, The Castle Museum, stroll around the City Walls, wander around the excellent shops, explore the many quaint little alleyways, and, of course, no visit to York is complete without seeing magnificent York Minster. Late afternoon we return to Scarborough.
A free day to discover the varied attractions of Scarborough. Enjoy the delightful promenade in the Belvedere Gardens, take a short walk to the town centre and shops, or amble down to the beaches of South Bay, or the busy little harbour. Have a look at the newly restored Open-Air Theatre, recently reopened by Her Majesty the Queen. Explore the town with its indoor markets and antique shops or walk up to Scarborough’s fortress castle and enjoy the views across the Bays.
After a leisurely breakfast we drive across the Yorkshire Moors to Kirkbymoorside where it is market day. Enjoy free time to browse the market before we continue to the Market town of Helmsley where we spend lunchtime. Later we return via a stop in Pickering.
This morning we head north following the coast road to Whitby, the famous fishing port which was once the home of Captain James Cook. High above the harbour stands the 7th century Whitby Abbey, the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula. We have time to wander around the narrow streets and busy harbourside before leaving for a scenic ride across the moors to Pickering.
We depart the hotel this morning and head for home with fond memories of our time in Yorkshire.
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