A Weekend in Scarborough

Situated on Yorkshire’s coast between two large bays, the classic seaside resort of Scarborough has been welcoming visitors for nearly 400 years! This fantastic break combines a traditional seaside getaway with a visit to the lovely town of Whitby and the chance to visit historic York. 


Travel Options


4 Days from just £pp

Holiday Highlights

  • Return coach travel
  • 3 nights at a selected hotel, Scarborough with dinner & breakfast (all meals buffet style)
  • Entertainment every evening
  • Excursion to Whitby

    Optional excursion to York (£12pp)

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04/09/2020 £169.99 £N/A Book Now
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Selected Hotel

We’ll stay at a well-appointed hotel in Scarborough. The comfortable rooms are en suite and other facilities include a bar and restaurant.

Mobility Information: Your hotel will be confirmed approximately 3 weeks before departure, therefore we cannot guarantee that the hotel will have a lift and/or ground floor rooms and may be unsuitable for those with limited mobility. We will provide you with the hotel information as soon as it is known and should you have any queries on the facilities in relation to mobility, please contact us immediately.

Included Excursion
Whitby (half day)
Our included half day excursion takes us to the charming coastal town of Whitby, famed for its connection to Bram Stoker’s Dracula. Wander around the quirky streets and the picturesque harbour before tackling the climb up to the atmospheric ruined abbey perched on the cliffs above the town. 

Optional Excursion
York – £12pp (full day)
Join our optional excursion to York. The iconic York Minster is worth a few hours alone, thanks to its world-famous stained glass windows and status as the largest Gothic cathedral in northern Europe. Other highlights include the narrow cobbled streets of the ‘Shambles’, where the buildings date back to medieval times, the National Railway Museum, the Jorvic Centre – which tells the story of York’s Viking heritage – and the ancient walls which surround the city. No trip to York is complete without a visit to the famous Betty’s tea rooms too!