20/04/2020 - 25/04/2020 All day
£730 per person
Sorry all Single Rooms have been sold
Included in the holiday:
- 'Door to Door' service
- Ferry tickets
- Accommodation on a dinner, bed & breakfast basis
- Coach excursions with included admissions as listed in tour itinerary
Monday 20th April 2020
After your collection from home we depart on the morning sailing to Heysham. Onward coach journey to the Raven Hall Country House Hotel for 5 nights.
Tuesday 21st to Friday 24th April 2020
Excursions will be taken as listed in the tour itinerary.
Saturday 25th April 2020
After breakfast this morning we make the journey to Heysham. The afternoon sailing is taken and on arrival in Douglas the ‘Door to Door’ service will take you home.
Raven Hall Country House Hotel
This family run country house hotel dating from the 1700s is positioned between Scarborough and Whitby in a stunning cliff top location offering fantastic views of the Yorkshire coast. All bedrooms are traditional in style and all contain a TV, hairdryer and tea/coffee making facilities. The large, traditional restaurant has views across the North Sea, Yorkshire coast and hills. There is also a bar and comfortable lounge as well as an outdoor seating area. Leisure facilities include a small indoor swimming pool, sauna and games room.
* Please note that the lift serves only floors 1 & 2, there are steps to the 3rd floor.
Full day excursion to Whitby -
we travel to the nearby ancient port with a fascinating history. The famous ruined Abbey, which was the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s ‘Dracula’ stands high above the town. There will be ample time to explore the narrow streets and maybe buy some Whitby jet – the ‘black amber’ of the north.
Full day excursion to Castle Howard and Malton -
we visit stately Castle Howard, one of Britain’s finest historic houses and gardens. A visit is also taken to Malton, a pretty Yorkshire market town, located on the north of the River Derwent.
Full day excursion to Scarborough -
the original seaside resort, offering stunning scenery and glorious beaches. Stroll along the promenade and simply enjoy all the attractions of a traditional seaside resort - traditional amusement arcades, fish & chips, ice cream parlours, shellfish stalls, beach huts, boating, crazy golf, miniature railway, to name but a few…all ingredients for a day full of good old fashioned fun!
Full day excursion to Rydale Folk Museum and Thirsk -
There’s lots to see at Ryedale Folk Museum. With a six acre site and twenty buildings to explore, most visitors spend two hours looking around. You can wander through the site, taking in the pretty cottage gardens, traditional cornfield, atmospheric historic buildings and find out how people have lived, worked and played in the area since pre-history.
We then continue to Thirsk, which was home to the legendary vet who wrote under the pseudonym of James Herriot. We visit his surgery which is now open as a visitor centre tracing his life.