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Luxury coach travel
4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast
Services of a Tour Guide throughout
Admission to Harewood House
In the morning, we enjoy a one hour cruise on the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, passing picturesque buildings and scenery.
We break for lunch in the Bronte’s Haworth.
In the afternoon, we take a steam train ride on the Keighley and Worth Valley railway. One of the finest heritage railways in the country, the line is best remembered for the 1970 film, The Railway Children.
A full day exploring the beautiful Yorkshire Dales, where we enjoy a visit to the pretty Wharfedale market town of Grassington.
Later we travel via Kettlewell, the location used to represent the village of ‘Knapely’ in the 2003 film ‘Calendar Girls’, to Hawes, beautifully situated in Wensleydale.
We return via Ribblesdale, passing the impressive Ribblehead Viaduct.
Harewood is a historic Georgian property sitting within a ‘Capability’ Brown designed landscape, has remarkable views from the award-winning Terraces.
It is one of the Treasure Houses of England, with outstanding art collections, magnificent Adam interiors and Chippendale furniture.
The state rooms are stunning and there is an exhibition dedicated to Lord Harewood’s mother HRH Princess Mary.
Excellent family-run hotel located on the outskirts of the delightful market town of Skipton, by the Leeds and Liverpool Canal (some rooms overlook the canal).
Hotel of the Year winner in 2016 at the National Coach Tourism Awards.
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