Coach holiday to Bridlington
Bridlington is a fine place to visit, whatever the season, being a traditional seaside resort with a wide peaceful promenade and long sandy beaches. The busy harbour is a great place to stop by and watch the activities of fishermen and sailors at work in or near the sea. Good old fashioned hospitality awaits you on this value break, to enjoy East Yorkshire at its best.
Depart Lincolnshire ready for your journey to Bridlington. There will be a break take in the soon to be UK city of Culture Hull. Enjoy some free time at leisure in their extensive shopping centres, or alternatively more information can be provided on the street life and Wilberforce museums, all free entry.
This morning enjoy a half day excursion to the neighbouring resort of Scarborough. There will be time to visit the castle with breathtaking views over the dramatic Yorkshire sky line, and an on site tea room. Alternatively take a boat trip from the harbour or enjoy the wealth of tea rooms and restaurants the town has to offer whilst watching the world go by. A brisk walk along the beach is recommended for the less faint at heart.
Burton Agnes Hall is a house of immense charm and character. It has many unusual features and is fortunate in suffering so little from alterations or additions in its history. The beautiful, award winning gardens of Burton Agnes Hall offer something for everyone, from the walled garden containing over four thousand different plant species, herbaceous borders, a jungle garden and national collection of campanulas, to the woodland walk with creepy crawlies to spot.
Today enjoy a tour of the Yorkshire Dales, taking in points of interest en route. It includes some of the finest limestone scenery in the UK, from crags and pavements to an underground labyrinth of caves. Each valley or 'dale' has its own distinct character, set against expansive heather moorland tops. Stone-built villages sit amongst traditional farming landscapes of field barns, drystone walls and flower-rich hay meadows, and show how the area has been shaped over thousands of years by the people who have lived and worked here.
Enjoy a morning in the heart of York, exploring York's Minster Quarter and the historic Shambles, before continuing your journey back to Lincolnshire.
This family owned and managed hotel prides itself on its traditional appeal and warm hospitality. Guest rooms feature comfort as a priority, whilst the menu always features freshly prepared delicious food. A popular hotel, revisited by us year after year, it never disappoints. The hotel is ideally situated, being close to the beach as well as the amenities of the town centre.
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