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North Yorkshire & the Heritage Coast for Solo Travellers

North Yorkshire & the Heritage Coast for Solo Travellers

5 days from only £699pp

Time to Catch Up

Explore more in 2022. Indulge in a back to back river cruise, take an extra city break in Paris or Bruges, sail the Adriatic in spring and discover the Italian Lakes in September.
 

Book two 2022 holidays and save up to 20% on your second trip.

 

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Experience more with so much included

  • Afternoon tea in a private room at the iconic Betty’s Tearooms
  • A scenic drive to Whitby with free time to explore
  • A guided walking tour of historic York
  • Visit UNESCO listed Fountains Abbey and Studley Water Garden
  •  Experience “The North Yorkshire Moor Railway” from Whitby to Pickering
  • Discover the hidden treasures of Harewood House
  • Two included guided walks from Hebden to Grassington and Hawsker to Whitby
 
At a Glance
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4 nights in 4 star accommodation
Daily visits & tours
Expert tour manager/walking guide
Daily breakfast & 2 dinners
 

 

Offers available on this holiday

Book either two new holidays or a second holiday between 22 December 2021 and 31 March 2022 and save up to 20% on your second holiday if it is river cruise departing between April-June 2022, or 10% on any other cruise or tour. Savings will be applied to your final balance post-booking. Find out more

 

 

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Flexible Booking

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Price Promise

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Quality Promise

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Overview

Discover the best of Yorkshire on this carefully crafted tour, which brings together the rich and natural beauty of the coastlines, cobbled streets and lush national parks, with historic visits and time-honoured British tradition. Your journey begins in picturesque Harrogate, your base for the tour, with a traditional afternoon tea at the iconic Betty’s Tearooms. Over the next few days, it’s onward to the breathtaking North Yorkshire Moors National Park and Heritage Coastline – with chance to stop for fish and chips in Whitby. You’ll also step back in time in historic York, Fountains Abbey and Harewood House to round off an unforgettable taste of this welcoming Northern county. Plus of course our guided walks, where a local expert will lead you on two easy to moderate walks to take in the sea air of Hawsker and the idyllic Yorkshire Dales from Hebden to Grassington.

Your Itinerary

Price Includes

The price of this holiday is per person, based on one person in a double/twin room for sole occupancy.

The price includes: 

  • Four nights accommodation
  • Daily breakfast
  • All local accommodation taxes
  • The services of a Riviera Travel tour manager
  • All tours and excursions as mentioned
  • Welcome drink
  • Welcome meal and 1 additional dinner also included
  • Porterage service available
  • Option to purchase additional 2 dinner option for £50

Useful Information

Fact File

  • Currency: British Pound
  • Language: English
  • Time zone: GMT 0
  • Country: England

Mobility

We want to ensure you make the correct choice before you book your holiday with us. If you have any concerns regarding the suitability of the holiday due to reduced mobility we would encourage you to call us to discuss these concerns. General information on mobility in connection with our tours can be found here.

Frequently Asked Questions

What walking equipment do I need?

Good quality walking shoes or boots are a must. We also recommend a waterproof jacket, comfortable rucksack, hat, sunglasses, sun cream, water bottle and clothes that can be layered easily. Hiking poles are not necessary, but you may wish to take them.

Who guides the walks?

Most of our walks are guided by accredited local professionals, who have intimate knowledge of the routes and can offer meaningful information about the history and nature of the area.

What size is the average group?

On each walk we prefer an intimate atmosphere, so you can expect around 10 to 15 people. Depending on the nature of the walk, the group may occasionally be slightly larger. The wider group size will be around 25 people, mainly during coach transfers.

Will the routes always be as advertised?

While we will always try to adhere to the route as advertised, we may be required to modify the itinerary due to local conditions. Our guides may also make minor changes to tailor the walk to the group.

Accommodation