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05 Days/04 Nights Serene Yorkshire coast

05 Days/04 Nights Serene Yorkshire coast

Day 01 : Liverpool - Bakewell -Chatsworth House - Leeds

Welcome in Liverpool! Today is not the day for Beatles but you'll taste the famous pudding ever in England by visit Bakewell. The biggest town in Peak district national Park as known as market town, with mellow stone buildings, medieval arch stone brigde and quaint courtyards. After finish with your pudding then you'll head to Chatsworth House, where Mr.Darcy was impressed by the young Elizabeth Bennet in Pride and Prejudice. You'll stay in Leeds this afternoon as the biggest town in west Yorkshire

Meals : Lunch,Dinner


Day 02 : Leeds - Scarborough

On here you are heading to Scarborough. The seaside resort contains stunning scenery, glorious beaches. You can immerse yourself in history with Scarborough castle, or venture down to the seafront to enjoy traditional amusement arcade, ice cream parlour,shellfish stalls and beach huts.

Meals : Dinner


Day 03 : Scarborough

Today you can do yor orientation tour by yourself around the toen which is constantly innovatng to keep its place convenient far from the old as its history.

Meals : Breakfast


Day 04 : Scarborough - Whitby

This morning drive will leave Scarborough to Whitby The Dracula town by Bram Stoker. With vampire story first coming ashore here from Transylvania in the guise of a black dog. Have inspired the world famous Goth festival near to Halloween and Capt. Cook's bith place. Don't forget to get the best fish and chips around.

Meals : Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner


Day 05 : Whitby - Liverpool

On the last leg of the journey will be Liverpool again, when after the breakfast we head for. And the vacation is end with a sweet memories


    Price include :

    - An experience driver guide

    - Meals as mention on itinerary

    - Accomodation, Chatsworth entrance ticket

    Price exclude :

    - Tipping for the driver

    - Entrance ticket not mention above

    - Personal expenses such laundry,phone, etc

    - Travel Insurance


    Period prior to departure, notice of cancellation is received by us or your travel agent

    Cancellation charge per person cancelling

    Prior to 61 days:

    loss of deposit

    60 – 42 days:

    50% of total holiday cost

    41 – 33 days:

    60% of total holiday cost

    32 – 15 days:

    90% of total holiday cost

    14 days or less:

    100% of total holiday cost

    NB: In some instances, airline ticketing deadlines may result in higher cancellation charges being applied to your booking. Similarly, hotels may charge a higher cancellation fee and you may therefore be charged a higher amount than detailed above. Amendment and cancellation charges for bookings containing cruising elements will be applied in line with the cruise provider’s own booking conditions. These could be up to 100% of the total holiday cost and may vary between cruise providers.

    If you have taken advantage of an airline offer and paid a higher deposit, the cancellation charge payable by you will be the higher of this deposit or the appropriate cancellation charge detailed above.

    You may cancel your booking without paying cancellation charges if the performance of your package, or the carriage of passengers to your destination, is significantly affected by unavoidable and extraordinary circumstances. In such circumstances, we will arrange for your booking to be terminated and for you to receive a full refund. We will observe advice provided by the UK Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office.

    It is important to enquire for full details of cancellation terms at the time of booking and cancellation. We would strongly recommend that you take out appropriate travel insurance which includes cover against loss of deposit and cancellation fees.


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