North Yorkshire Coast and Countryside
Sunday 2nd - Monday 3rd July 2017
2 days, 1 night(s)Deposit: £75pp
Travel Insurance: £24.50pp
We travel to Ravenscar in North Yorkshire. This quirky village is built on spectacular cliffs. In Victorian times there were big plans for it to rival the nearby resorts of Scarborough and Whitby, until the company responsible for its development went bankrupt! An opportunity to experience the area’s dramatic coastline and the vibrant landscapes of the North York Moors National Park.
Your Holiday Hotel
The Raven Hall Country House Hotel overlooks Robin Hood’s Bay. Originally called “Peak Hall”, it was built in 1774 and has a fascinating history, becoming a hotel in 1895. There are 52 bedrooms with television, tea/coffee facilities and hairdryer, 90 acres of grounds and battlements, a nine-hole golf course, tennis courts, putting green, croquet lawn and heated indoor swimming pool. The Panorama Restaurant has one of the finest views in Yorkshire. There is a lift although some bedrooms are accessed by a flight of stairs.