Scarborough, Whitby & the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

Situated on Yorkshire’s coast between two large bays, Scarborough styles itself as the country’s oldest seaside resort and has been welcoming visitors for nearly 400 years. As well as discovering some of the lovely resorts scattered along the spectacular coastline, we also enjoy a delightful heritage train journey, taking us back to a golden era of quaint rural stations, wood-panelled carriages and a slower pace of life.


Travel Options


5 Days from just £

5 Days from just £

Holiday Highlights

  • 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the Royal Hotel, Scarborough (all meals buffet style)
  • Entertainment every night
  • Excursions to Whitby, Bridlington & Filey
  • Heritage train journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

    Optional excursion to York (£11pp)

    Parking charges may apply
  • Return coach travel
  • 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast at the Royal Hotel, Scarborough (all meals buffet style)
  • Entertainment every night
  • Excursions to Whitby, Bridlington & Filey
  • Heritage train journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway

    Optional excursion to York (£11pp)

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22/07/2019 £299.00 £N/A Book Now
22/07/2019 £299.00 £N/A Please Call
02/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
02/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
09/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
09/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
16/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
16/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
23/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Please Call
23/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
30/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
30/09/2019 £309.00 £N/A Book Now
07/10/2019 £279.00 £N/A Book Now
07/10/2019 £279.00 £N/A Book Now
14/10/2019 £279.00 £N/A Book Now
14/10/2019 £279.00 £N/A Book Now
Selected Hotel

The Royal Hotel is set in a grand period building, overlooking South Bay and just 500 metres from Scarborough’s seafront. Hotel facilities include a bar and restaurant plus a leisure club with indoor pool, spa bath, sauna and gym (small charge applies for leisure facilities).

As a value option, stay at an old favourite, the Grand Hotel and save £20pp:

A Scarborough landmark, the Grand Hotel is an impressive Victorian building overlooking the harbour and South Bay. If you like great entertainment, the Grand Hotel offers nightly bingo followed by a live cabaret show each evening. Rooms are functional and comfortable with en-suite facilities, tea and coffee-makers and TV.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway & Whitby (full day)

We begin our day with a nostalgic journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, travelling through peaceful countryside from Pickering to Goathland. This village, better known as ‘Aidensfield’ on the TV series Heartbeat, is a lovely place to spend some time.

We continue on to the charming coastal town of Whitby, famed for its connection to Bram Stoker’s Dracula and for its striking jet jewellery, popularised in Victorian times. Wander around the busy harbour before tackling the climb up to the atmospheric ruined abbey perched on the cliffs above the town. 

Bridlington & Filey (half day)

We head first to the seaside resort of Bridlington. There is plenty to see and do here with its sandy beaches, promenade and picturesque, bustling harbour as well as the Old Town, full of quaint shops and cafés. We then spend time in the quaint resort of Filey, full of olde-worlde charm and boasting a five mile stretch of sandy beach and some of the most spectacular sea views on the Yorkshire coast.

Optional Excursion

York – £11pp (full day)

Our optional excursion takes us to the historic city of York. Make time for the glorious York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe with world-famous stained glass windows. Other highlights include the narrow cobbled streets of the ‘Shambles’ where the buildings date back to medieval times, the Jorvic Centre which tells the story of York’s Viking heritage, and the ancient walls surrounding the city. The famous Betty’s tea rooms are also worth a visit.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway & Whitby (full day)

We begin our day with a nostalgic journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway, travelling through peaceful countryside from Pickering to Goathland. This village, better known as ‘Aidensfield’ on the TV series Heartbeat, is a lovely place to spend some time.

We continue on to the charming coastal town of Whitby, famed for its connection to Bram Stoker’s Dracula and for its striking jet jewellery, popularised in Victorian times. Wander around the busy harbour before tackling the climb up to the atmospheric ruined abbey perched on the cliffs above the town. 

Bridlington & Filey (half day)

We head first to the seaside resort of Bridlington. There is plenty to see and do here with its sandy beaches, promenade and picturesque, bustling harbour as well as the Old Town, full of quaint shops and cafés. We then spend time in the quaint resort of Filey, full of olde-worlde charm and boasting a five mile stretch of sandy beach and some of the most spectacular sea views on the Yorkshire coast.

Optional Excursion

York – £11pp (full day)

Our optional excursion takes us to the historic city of York. Make time for the glorious York Minster, the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe with world-famous stained glass windows. Other highlights include the narrow cobbled streets of the ‘Shambles’ where the buildings date back to medieval times, the Jorvic Centre which tells the story of York’s Viking heritage, and the ancient walls surrounding the city. The famous Betty’s tea rooms are also worth a visit.