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A Tastle of Luxury in Scarborough

A Tastle of Luxury in Scarborough

A 5-day tour to the seaside resort of Scarborough

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Often referred to as "The Queen of the Yorkshire Coast" with its imposing 12th century castle dominating the skyline, Scarborough has a wealth of attractions and is regarded as one of the east coast's premier holiday resorts. This Victorian town has much to offer with its golden beaches and attractive coastline, beachfront cafes, beautiful parks and gardens and elegant Victorian esplanade.

 

Holiday includes: 4 night's dinner bed & breakfast Excursions as described Executive coach travel.

Holiday Itinerary

Day 1 Morning collection from your pick up point then journey north to Yorkshire with suitable stops on route to our hotel in Scarborough.

Day 2 We head to the 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. We have time to wander around the narrow streets and busy harbour side before leaving for a scenic ride across the moors to Pickering.

Day 3 Free Day: 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.

Day 4 It's all about more Yorkshire coastline today as we visit the seaside town of Bridlington and the fishing town of Filey. Filey is un-spoilt, traditional and full of surprises with whitewashed Edwardian houses and quaint cottages. Enjoy what was once a popular retreat for many distinguished visitors including Charlotte Bronte, who stayed at Cliff House, and the Yorkshire-born composer Frederic Delius. In the afternoon we visit Bridlington, a lively fishing port and seaside resort.
Day 5 We leave after a full English breakfast and head south, with suitable stops on-route, before arriving in Chelmsford early evening.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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Name Address Times
Angel The Angel PH bus stop
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Boarded Barns Boarded Barns, United Reform Church
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Bodmin Road Lawn Lane, jct Bodmin Rd opp park
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Brackenden Drive Bus shelter top of Brackenden Drive
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Castle Stores Castle Stores, Sandford Road bus stop
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Cherry Wood Grange Cherry Wood Grange Bus Stop New London Rd
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Chignal Road Chignal Road Kennet Way Bus Stop
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Crompton Writtle Road jct Crompton Street
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Days Days Garage bus stop, Broomfield Road
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Endeavour Endeavour bus stop/All Saints Close
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Fountain The Fountain Good Easter
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Galleywood Rd Galleywood Road opp bus stop before Dorset Ave
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Garage Garage High Easter
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Hedge Writtle Road/Hole in the Hedge
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Henniker Gate Chelmer Village Way opposite Henniker Gate
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Hungry Horse Bus Stop Opp Hungry Horse PH North Melbourne
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Ingatestone The Bell PH The Bell PH Ingatestone
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KEGS Bus Stop outside Kegs, Broomfield Road
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Lawn Lane Lawn Lane bus stop opposite Waveney Drive
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Linnet Drive Galleywood Road bus stop jct Linnet Drive
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Loftin Way Loftin Way bus stop St Pauls Church
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Longmead Avenue Longmead Avenue jct of Tabors Avenue
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Longstomps Top of Longstomps Ave just before roundabout
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Maldon Road Maldon Road Opp Fire Station, Great Baddow
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Mary Green Manor Hotel Entrance to Mary Green Manor Hotel at Brook St
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Meadgate Avenue Meadgate Avenue, Whitehouse Crescent
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Meadgate Shops Meadgate Shops bus stop
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Medical Centre Lawn Lane Bus Stop Opp Medical Centre
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Melbourne Melbourne Ave Opp Flats
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Melbourne Ave Bus Stop Melbourne Ave bus stop outside St Andrews Church
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Miller & Carter Miller & Carter Bus Stop Opp Goddard Way
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Moulsham Lodge Moulsham Lodge bus stop outside shops
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Mount Mountnessing Outside Prince of Wales PH
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Patching Hall Lane Patching Hall Lane roundabout adjacent park
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Pertwee Drive Galleywood Road, 100 yards past Pertwee Drive
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Pollards Green Bus stop opposite Pollards Green
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Pump Lane Pump Lane bus shelter, Mountbatten Way
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Railway Station Bus stop opp main entrance to Railway Station
Chelmsford
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Readers Corner Dorset Ave opp Noakes Avenue bus shelter
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Regency Close Springfield Rd, Jct Regency Close
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Sawkins Ave Sawkins Ave Bus Shelter, Beehive Lane
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Shenfield Eagle & Child PH Shenfield
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Skerry Broomfield Road bus stop opposite Skerry Rise
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Skinners Lane, Galleywood Skinners Lane opposite bus shelter
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Springfield Green Springfield Green Bus Stop Nr Church
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Stansted Birchanger Services, Stansted
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Star Good Easter Cross Roads
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The New London London Rd bus stop opp New London PH (Queen St)
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The Rose Shenfield The Rose, Oliver Road, Shenfield
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Toby Carvery Chelmer Vill Toby Carvery Entrance to Dukes Park
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Vineyards Bus Stop Opp The Vineyards, Great Baddow
The Causeway
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White Horse PH Galleywood Rd Bus Stop Nr White Horse PH
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Wilsons Corner Wilsons Corner Bus Stop near Argos Brentwood
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Woodhall Patching Hall Lane opp Woodhall Road jct
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Writtle Writtle Village Hall Bus Stop
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Writtle Road Savernake Rd/Writtle Rd Layby
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