Can’t wait for Christmas & Hogmanay? Then celebrate early with one of our Tinsel & Turkey Breaks. Here you can celebrate with all the fun, warmth and conviviality of your favourite season. We have a great selection of hotels, all decorated to get you into the festive spirit, it’s never too early to start the party season!
Scarborough is a seaside town of natural beauty, with stunning beaches, gardens and boating lakes. Take a stroll around the harbour, cafés and shops or along the scenic cliff tops for a panoramic view of the town. A twelfth century castle, North Bay miniature railway and the famous Peasholm Park are just some of the attractions you may want to experience during your visit. Please note there is no Door to Door collection on this tour.
Monday Our arrival is Christmas Eve and after settling in we have our welcome drinks reception and dinner.
Tuesday Breakfast, a Christmas Day excursion, Christmas Dinner with all the trimmings and entertainment.
Wednesday Breakfast, free time in resort. Evening dinner is followed by dancing and entertainment.
Thursday Breakfast, a Hogmany excursion. Evening dinner is followed by a Hogmanay party night.
Friday After breakfast we bid farewell and depart for home.
Spend a day in picturesque York, renowned for its medieval and Roman architecture and quaint cobbled streets. Visit the iconic York Minster or the Jorvik Viking Centre (admission not included), where visitors journey through the reconstruction of Viking Age streets, as they would have been 1000 years ago. You can also take a relaxing walk along the river and enjoy the city’s vibrant cafe culture and street entertainers.
Whitby & North Yorkshire Moors
Steeped in history, there are many visitor attractions that are connected to the town's fascinating past, such as the Captain Cook Memorial Museum, where you can learn about the famous explorer's life in the port town. Other things to do in Whitby include visiting the Dracula Experience on the seafront, where you can be guided through the story and learn about its connection to the town. If you're feeling energetic, try climbing the 199 steps to Whitby Abbey, counting as you go, and exploring the beautiful ruins which tower over the town. The North Yorkshire Moors are a pretty special place. History and nature have combined to give us an amazingly vibrant landscape, rich in heritage and wildlife
Price includes: Dinner, B&B | Coach travel throughout | Excursions | Some single rooms without supplement
Departs: Dunfermline Bus Station 07:30 | Edinburgh Bus Station 08:30 | Bathgate 09:15 | Glasgow Buchanan Bus Station 10:00 | Hamilton Bus Station 10:30