Steeped in history & culture, Yorkshire is a beautiful area to tour. Travel through the Yorkshire Dales National Park, ride across 73 miles of railway on the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway and enjoy quaint market towns in this mid-summer getaway.
Richard Trevithick built the first ever steam train in 1804,
but what makes this method of travel so magical?
Is it the relaxed speed that gives the passengers time to view the sceneries glide by?
Or is it the smells of the steam and sounds of the hissing emerging from the engine room?
We'll embark to find out on this tour to York and its surrounding areas:
Board The Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Train to enjoy a trip taking in scenic views
and tranquil surroundings before enjoying a relaxing canal trip
in the charming market town of Skipton, with a commentary from the very amusing,
multi-talented comedian, Dave Spikey.
Enjoy a full day excursion through the moors, valleys, hills and villages
that are scattered throughout the Yorkshire Dales National Park,
we'll stop at the pleasant market town of Appleby before boarding
the famous Settle to Carlisle Railway which covers 73 miles of scenic views.
All that before winding down to explore the walled river side city of York,
founded by the ancient romans, wander streets steeped in culture
before rounding off with a visit to the magnificent National Railway Museum
which features the largest collection of railway antiques and objects in the world.
Door to door service
Luxury coach travel
4 Nights hotel stay on half board
Return steam train journey from Embsay to Bolton Abbey
Free time in Skipton and York
Canal trip with commentary from Dave Spikey
Guided excursion through the Yorkshire Dales National Park
Journey on the Settle to Carlisle Railway
Entrance to the National Railway Museum
Nestled between York and Leeds, this relaxed hotel features cosy
rooms with TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and free Wi-Fi.
Guests can enjoy dining in the hotels laid back restaurant
which flaunts views of a working replica watermill.
This hotel does not have a lift.
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