Yorkshire Moors & The Harrogate Spring Flower Show

Yorkshire Moors & The Harrogate Spring Flower Show

Enjoy Harrogate and its Spring Flower Show from our hotel across from Betty's, steam across brooding moors to charming Whitby and discover Brontë Country by train. Moors, Dales, Coast and Steam in England's most diverse county!

5 Days From Only £449.00



Thursday 26 April 2018



  • A lovely introduction to Yorkshire

  • Entry included to Harrogate Spring Flower Show

  • Discover Harrogate from a hotel just yards from Betty’s and other attractions

  • Steam across the North York Moors to Whitby

  • Enjoy free time in Whitby with its abbey, port & the best fish and chips in Yorkshire

  • Skirt the Yorkshire Dales en route to Brontë Country

  • Journey on the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway

  • Discover the lives of the Brontës at Haworth’s Brontë Parsonage

  • September departure coincides with Harrogate Flower Show

Also included in your Tour Fare:

  • Dinner every evening

  • Rail travel & seat reservations from your Home Station to Tour Base (Standard or First Class)

  • Services of experienced Railtrail Tour Manager

  • Hotel Porterage


Arrive in Harrogate and make your way to the Yorkshire Hotel, situated at the very heart of the town, opposite Betty's Tea Rooms and just a short walk from the shops and the famous Turkish Baths.



Today we include an entrance ticket to the Harrogate Spring Flower Show. The day is free to enjoy as you wish. As well as the Flower Show there are plenty of options in "The English Spa", as Harrogate became known in the Georgian era. Maybe take high tea at Betty's, experience the town's famous Turkish Baths or simply enjoy a stroll amidst Harrogate's vast green spaces.

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Transferring by coach to Pickering, we board the North Yorkshire Moors Railway for a stunningly diverse journey in heritage carriages to the coast. Steaming across heather moorland landscapes, we pass by Goathland, familiar to many as 'Aidensfield' in 'Heartbeat', before descending to Whitby, a picturesque fishing port framed by its famous abbey. Stroll the quaint streets in search of Whitby Jet, climb the steps to the abbey or simply enjoy some of the finest fish and chips in Yorkshire before we make the return journey.

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Today's excursion skirts the Dales as we transfer to Keighley. Here we board the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway for another scenic steam train journey through countryside made familiar through film, this time the Railway Children. Passing through the hills and dales reminiscent of Brontë novels, it is fitting that our journey takes in Haworth, home of the Brontë family. Here we visit the Brontë Parsonage Museum before returning to Harrogate for our final dinner.

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We bid farewell to new found friends and make our way home.


B=Breakfast, D=Dinner


The Yorkshire Hotel, Harrogate

Situated right at the centre of "The English Spa", the Yorkshire Hotel is just footsteps away from Betty’s, the Spa, the Royal Pump Room, green parkland and other attractions. The hotel boasts a lounge, bar and brasserie, whereas rooms feature tea/coffee making facilities.



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Join & Leave at Hotel £449


Single Room Supplement £150


4 nights’ bed, breakfast & Table d’Hôte evening meal

Rail travel & seat reservations from your Home Station to Tour Base (Standard or First Class)

Rail & coach travel, with transfers as described

All excursions and admissions as detailed

Services of experienced Railtrail Tour Manager

Hotel Porterage

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