5 Days
From £649

Taste your way around York centre and experience delicious afternoon tea in Harrogate over three charming historical tea rooms.

Price is per person sharing a twin or double room and based on 30 passengers. 5 Singles at no supplement.

  • Itinerary/Excursions

    York Food Tour.

    We will take you on a culinary and cultural adventure stopping off afive of the city’s great independents. Discover the relationship York and the rest of the world through a range of exciting dishes.

    Afternoon Tea with a little extra Harrogate Style.

    Experience a delicious traditional afternoon tea over three charming historical tea rooms, finishing in one of Harrogate’s delightful historical hotels. Discover the etiquette of this ceremony and learn about the social history of Harrogate.

    Beverley & Little Wold Vineyard tour and tasting.

    Voted one of the best places to live in the UK, Beverley is also one of Yorkshire’s best kept secrets. Renowned for its exquisite 13th century Minster, the town is home to a lively market and medieval skyline that remains refreshingly unspoilt. A visit to Little Wold Vineyard rounds the day off with a private tour & tasting experience with a tutored tasting showcasing a portfolio of wines.

  • Your Holiday Includes

    • 4 nights at the AA*** Cairn Hotel
    • Dinner, Bed and Breakfast
    • York food tour
    • Harrogate style afternoon tea
    • Beverley & Little Wold Vineyard tour and tasting with cheeseboard
    • Private coach travel
    • Services of an experienced driver
    • 5 single rooms at no supplement
    • Cancellation protection includes covid and pre-existing medical condition
  • Hotel Details

    AA*** Cairn Hotel, Harrogate

    The Cairn Hotel was built during Harrogate’s period as a Spa Town when people came from far and wide to take the waters. Carefully modernised, grand original features still welcome you to this charming Victorian hotel. Located only a short 5 minute walk from the centre of town. Lift to all floors.


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