Spring is just around the corner and it’s a great time to take a trip.
With Whytes Coach Tours, you can sit back, relax in a luxury coach and see and do some amazing and special things.
Their two latest trips will give you the chance to see the best of the north of England, and even visit a famous flower show.
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The Spring Flower Show in Harrogate is considered to be the premier horticultural shows in Yorkshire, promising the perfect day out for all garden lovers.
The trip also features a visit the Royal Horticultural Society’s garden at Harlow Carr and a visit to magnificent Harewood House, near Leeds.
The Cedar Court Hotel Leeds/Bradford is situated perfect for this tour. This hotel hosts modern bedrooms, health club with indoor swimming pool, sauna, steam room and fitness suite aswell as a Bar/Lounge. All bedrooms are en suite and have television and tea/coffee facilities. The hotel has a lift.
What’s Included: Luxury coach travel, morning coffee on the first day, 4 nights stay at the The Cedar Court Hotel (DBB), admission to Harrogate Spring Flower Show, admission to RHS Harlow Carr Gardens, admission to Harewood House, high tea on last day.
The tour will leave Aberdeen at 8.25am on Thursday, April 25.
Join Whytes on this 5 day tour, based in Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s beautifully regenerated quayside area.
The tour will visit Alnwick Castle and Gardens, visit the Cathedral City of Durham and explore Catherine Cookson country.
On your free day why not take a short walk along the quayside from your hotel to the Millennium ‘Winking Eye’ bridge and Newcastle’s famous quayside.
Enjoy a riverside stroll before maybe enjoying lunch in a quayside pub, or take a walk into the city centre for lunch and some retail therapy in Eldon Square shopping centre.
You will be staying in the 4 star rated Millennium Copthorne Hotel, which stands in one of the finest locations in Newcastle, on the banks of the River Tyne, just a short stroll from the city centre.
Bedrooms are all facing the river with views across, all are en suite and have satellite television and all the modern day facilities you would expect from a hotel of this standard. The hotel has a lift.
What’s included: Luxury coach travel, morning coffee on first morning, tea/coffee and biscuits on arrival at the hotel, 4 nights at the Copthorne Hotel Newcastle (DBB), an excursion to Catherine Cookson Country & the City of Durham a World Heritage Site, combined admission to Alnwick Castle and Gardens, free day to explore Newcastle.
The trip leaves Aberdeen at 8.25am on Monday, April 1, and prices start from £390.
To find out more about all of Whytes Coach Tours, visit their website.