Yorkshire Dales, Yorkshire Moors, Northumberland Coast, Derbyshire Dales.... Scenery Guaranteed!!
A quarter of a million seabirds including puffins and the UK’s largest seabird, the gannet, make their home on the ledges of the chalk cliffs during the breeding season (Apr-Oct). There’s a brand new visitor centre telling the story of seabirds along with cliff edge viewing platforms which give spectacular views of the nesting birds and the coastline.
An area famous for unspoilt countryside with rich farmland and quaint villages. We visit Louth, a market town set on the eastern edge of the Wolds famous for its narrow winding streets before continuing through Horncastle to the cathedral city of Lincoln for an afternoon break.
Best known for its 'Last of the Summer Wine' connections, you can explore 'ginnels' and discover former weavers' cottages, art and craft galleries, as well as some familiar TV locations to spot before travelling through Peak District scenery to enjoy an afternoon break in the Derbyshire Spa town of Buxton.
Over to Holmfirth, Last of the Summer wine country, with free time before continuing across the Pennines to Saddleworth where we enjoy a leisurely late afternoon cruise along the Huddersfield Narrow Canal through beautiful scenery complete with tea and scone.