York City Break

York City Break

Discover the beautiful and medieval city of York. The Queens Hotel is located right in the heart of the city overlooking the River Ouse enabling you to visit all of the major attractions such as York Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre, National Railway Museum, the City Walls which form a walkway on both sides of the river plus much more.

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Discover the beautiful and medieval city of York. The Queens Hotel is located right in the heart of the city overlooking the River Ouse enabling you to visit all of the major attractions such as York Minster, the Jorvik Viking Centre, National Railway Museum, the City Walls which form a walkway on both sides of the river plus much more.

Thursday 30th August - Sunday 2nd September 2018

 

£275 per person

 

 

Price Includes:  3 night's Dinner, Bed & Breakfast Accommodation at the 2 star Queens Hotel, York which is superbly located in the heart of the city on the banks of the River Ouse.

 

Not Included:  Single room supplement £65 per person

Thursday

We depart Plymouth at 7am, making comfort stops and a longer stop for lunch along the way. We aim to arrive at our hotel in central York late afternoon to check in and enjoy our first dinner. The remainder of your evening is free so you may wish to take advantage of the hotel’s position and start exploring the city.

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Friday

Today is a free day to explore this historic city at your leisure, with so much to see and do you will not know where to start. There is the maginificent York Minster which is a 13th century Gothic Cathedral, the ancient city walls which form a walkway alongside the river, the picturesque “Shambles” with its timber-framed houses and traditional shop fronts, the National Railway Museum with over 300 years of history and the Jorvik Viking Centre, just to mention a few attractions.

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Saturday

A drive through the eastern half of the North York Moors National Park brings us out to the coastal town of Whitby, which is split by the River Esk. Here you will find the ruined Gothic Abbey which was Bram Stoker’s inspiration for "Dracula". Close by you will find the Church of St. Mary, although you have to be fit and able to reach it as it sits at the top of 199 steps. It is also a traditional seaside with some of the best fish and chips in the North East.

B, D

Sunday

Sadly we must leave this beautiful city behind and start our journey back home, making comfort stops and a longer lunch stop along the way. We aim to arrive back into Plymouth mid - late evening.

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B=Breakfast, D=Dinner

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

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

Name Address Contact Details
Derrys Cross Roundabout Derrys Cross Roundabout
Bottom of Royal Parade
Exeter Exeter
Exeter Services, M5, J30
Ivybridge Ivybridge
Town Hall bus bay
Milehouse Milehouse
Bus stop opposite Bus Depot
Plympton Plympton
Harewood House bus stop
Plymstock Broadway Plymstock Broadway
Outside Lidls
Saltash Saltash
Fore Street opposite the Co-op
St Budeaux St Budeaux
Bus stop facing City Centre
Wolseley Road Wolseley Road
Bus stop opposite The Co-op
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