Staying at The Best Western Burn Hall Hotel
5 DAYS | 22nd May 2017
The Yorkshire Dales is an area of great natural beauty and a wonderful place to visit. It showcases amazing wildlife, cultural heritage, towns and villages offering a vast array of charm and character. A particular feature of our tour, we will enjoy the works of Robert Thompson, better known as ‘Mouseman’, who famously signed his carved wooden furniture with a little mouse.
The Best Western Burn Hall Hotel is set in eight acres of parkland, and surrounded by North Yorkshire countryside. Burn Hall offers two stylish restaurants, a conservatory, modern bar and Free wi-fi. The comfortable bedrooms have a private bathroom, TV, tea and coffee facilities
We depart Macclesfield calling for coffee enroute to the pretty village of Grassington. There will be time for a stroll and lunch and then on to the Nidderdale Musuem – the museum of Yorkshire Life. Mid-afternoon we continue our journey to our hotel.
After a leisurely breakfast we take the short journey to the pretty little village of Kilburn to visit the Mouseman Museum, we will have a guided tour and time to visit the local church. We then travel to Bedale for free time, lunch and a trip on the Wenslydale Railway through the Dales.
This morning we take the short journey into the city of York where we spend the day. We have a short guided tour on arrival part on board the coach and part on foot. The remainder of day will be spent at leisure in York. Lots to see and do. Why not take a trip on the river.
Our excursion today takes us firstly to Yorkshire Lavender where we take a break for a browse and coffee. We then continue on to the picturesque Yorkshire manor house of Nunnington Hall (NT members free, non members approx £8). As an alternative the coach will drop you in the pretty town of Helmsley where you can browse the shops and have a leisurely lunch. We return to the hotel mid-afternoon for a Birds of Prey Show, situated at the back of the hotel.
We head for home calling at Nostell Priory an 18th century architectural masterpiece with landscape park and gardens. You will have time to explore the parkland and newly planted orchards, visit the house and have lunch before we continue home. We make a comfort stop en-route and aim to be in the Macclesfield area around tea time
£395.00 per person sharing twin/double
£40.00 single room supplement
£25.50 insurance per person, inc. IPT