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Scarborough, Queen of the Yorkshire Coast

Scarborough, Queen of the Yorkshire Coast

10% off this getaway using code: SAVE10 until 19/07/2019. With its golden beaches, busy fishing harbour and old Victorian town, Scarborough is often referred to as “The Queen of the Yorkshire Coast”. The surrounding area has a splendid variety of magnificent scenery with quaint Yorkshire towns and villages, rugged moorland and stunning coastlines, making it one of the most enthralling places to visit.

10% off this getaway using code: SAVE10 until 19/07/2019.


3* Red Lea Hotel, Scarborough


The 3-star Red Lea Hotel is situated in a prime location with beautiful sea views on Scarborough's favoured South Cliff, in close proximity to the Scarborough Cliff Lift, the Scarborough Spa Centre, the Italian Gardens and of course Scarborough South beach. The town centre, historic castle and bustling harbour are only a short stroll away. All comfortable en-suite bedrooms have TV, telephone and tea/coffee making facilities. Relax in the comfortable lounges and spacious bar area or enjoy the fully heated indoor swimming pool. Free Wi-Fi internet is available throughout the hotel. A lift serves all floors. Please note - There are eight steps up into the hotel with handrails.



Price includes:

· Door to Door Service

· 4 night’s dinner, bed & breakfast

· Choice of menu

· Tea/Coffee after dinner

· Guaranteed 2 nights’ live entertainment at the hotel

· Porterage

Day 1

Make the journey from your local area with refreshment stops on the way to arrive in the traditional seaside town of Scarborough in time to settle in before dinner.


Day 2

Travel north and enjoy a scenic coastal drive stopping off at picturesque Robin Hood's Bay, before heading to the famous old fishing town of Whitby, home of Captain Cook. The skyline is dominated by the remains of the ancient abbey known as the inspiration behind Bram Stoker's Dracula. After some free time here, travel through the stunning scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, a landscape of beautiful heathland and lush green valleys.

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Day 3

Britain's first seaside resort, Scarborough, still has so much to offer, with the North and South Bay separated by the mighty castle and with its superb park and gardens. Discover why it is still as popular now as it was in its Victorian heyday. Walk along the elegant esplanade and through the fine gardens to the magnificent Scarborough Spa, home to a varied programme of entertainment. Explore Scarborough's medieval castle high on the rocky headland or the traditional fishing harbour. Take the cliff lift down to the beach, wander along the seafront, visit the town centre and enjoy the wide variety of shops, restaurants and cafes, or simply relax. Perhaps treat yourself with a traditional cream tea in the afternoon.

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Day 4

Enjoy more Yorkshire coastline today as we visit the seaside town of Bridlington and the fishing town of Filey. Filey is unspoilt, traditional and full of surprises with whitewashed Edwardian houses and quaint cottages. Miles of sandy beaches lay hidden between the safe arc of Filey Bay and the rugged splendour of Filey Brigg. Enjoy what was once a popular retreat for many distinguished visitors including Charlotte Brontë, who stayed at Cliff House, and the Yorkshire-born composer Frederic Delius. While the old medicinal baths of Filey have long since gone, the proud Victorian houses of the Crescent still mingle with the old fishermen's cottages. In the afternoon visit Bridlington, a lively fishing port and seaside resort. Have free time to enjoy the elegant, award-winning promenades, glorious golden beaches, historic harbour and fascinating Old Town packed with quirky shops.

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Day 5

We depart after breakfast and make our way back home.


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