Staying at The Holiday Inn, Harrogate
2 DAYS | 18th February 2017
Our weekend break takes us to Yorkshire and the delightful town of Harrogate, an English spa town that exudes a genteel calm and elegance. The town is adorned by fine Victorian and Edwardian architecture including the Turkish Baths and the ornate Royal Pump room that contains the old sulphur well. The town also boasts a number of sophisticated cafés and restaurants, as well as a tasteful range of shops.
The Holiday Inn is set in the heart of historical Harrogate. The hotel boasts two restaurants, a bar/lounge, free wifi in public areas and a fitness centre. The stylish rooms each feature tea/coffee facilities, Satellite TV and en-suite.
We depart calling for coffee en-route to Harrogate. We aim to arrive around lunch time giving you the afternoon at leisure to visit one of the many places of interest, to browse the shops and perhaps partake of afternoon tea at the famous Betty’s Tea rooms. Dinner and evening at leisure.
A relaxing morning with a leisurely breakfast, time to read the morning papers and take a stroll through the gardens and maybe visit the Royal Pump Rooms to sample the spa water. After lunch we board the coach for our journey home, making a comfort stop en-route we aim to arrive in the Macclesfield area around tea time.
£122.00 per person sharing twin/double
£18.00 single room supplement
£15.50 insurance per person, inc. IPT