Yorkshire by Steam 2019/2020
5 Days Train Tour from £375 per person
Yorkshire by Steam
Yorkshire is one of England’s most beautiful and visited places. It’s incredible scenery, from the sandy beaches of Whitby, to the windswept moors, to the bucolic and rolling dales, have certainly earned Yorkshire its title as ‘God’s Own County’ – and its status as our best-selling destination in England.
• Fully escorted by a Tour Manager from start to finish
• All rail and coach travel throughout your tour
• 4 nights' hotel accommodation in Harrogate with breakfast and 4 dinners
• Guided tour of York
• Journey on the Keighley & Worth Valley Steam Railway
• Visit to the Brontë Parsonage
• Journey on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway
• Free time in Goathland, also known as Heartbeat's 'Aidensfield'
• Excursion to Whitby
From your base in beautiful Harrogate, explore the glorious county of Yorkshire by rail. A place that has inspired authors, poets, and artists, venture through history in ancient York, discover the Whitby of Bram Stoker, and enjoy two wonderful heritage rail journeys on a truly enthralling tour in God’s Own County.
There's so much included in the price
North York Moors Railway
Travelling between Whitby and Pickering, this route is one of the most visited in the UK – and for good reason. You pass wild moors, ribbons of rivers, and the delightful villages and towns along the route.
Keighley & Worth Valley
This short but scenic route crams a lot of scenery in its five mile trip. Journey between Keighley and Oxenhope, enjoying the magnificence of the Worth Valley on this lovely heritage line
York has seen many changes in it’s over two thousand year old history. Enjoy the stately glory of the ancient and Gothic Minster, or explore the more modern wonder of the National Railway Museum.
This stunning Georgian spa town serves as our base for this holiday – and there can be no better place. With fantastic rail links, acres of green space, and the iconic Bettys Tea Rooms, this is the perfect place to relax after a day of explorations.