Dodds of Troon | 4 East Road, Ayr, KA8 9BA
01292 288100 | email@example.com
Dodds Coach Holidays | 24 Central Avenue, Gretna, DG16 5AS
01461 337799 | firstname.lastname@example.org
This city boasts a rich history, well-preserved medieval architecture and impressive city walls. Home to a wealth of attractions including York Minster, The Shambles, the National Railway Museum and the Jorvik Viking Centre.View Dates & Book
Price Includes (all details are subject to change):
four nights dinner, bed and breakfast
admission to Castle Howard and Gardens
cruise on the river Ouse
North Yorkshire Moors Railway journey
return coach travel
return ferry fare from N Ireland (£30 supplement)
Wheatlands Lodge Hotel, York (April)
Ideally situated, just a short walk from the centre of York and close to many of its famous attractions. This family run hotel is comfortable and homely, making it the perfect place to stay and a great place to relax before and after a busy day exploring the city. (no lift)
Burn Hall Hotel, Huby near York (July/September)
A Victorian manor house hotel, packed full of personality and countryside character. Burn Hall has an outstanding reputation for customer service, you will receive a warm Yorkshire welcome by a professional and friendly team. It also has an excellent menu of homemade Yorkshire dishes, made with locally sourced produce. (lift)
Depart from your selected joining point and travel to York. Comfort stops will be made en-route.
Discover Castle Howard, one of England's grandest Baroque mansions. Set within 1,000 acres of breathtaking landscape, enjoy lavishly decorated rooms, stunning architecture, idyllic gardens and lakeside walks. Continue via Sutton Bank to the traditional market town of Thirsk, home of the famous vet and author James Herriot.
Start the day in York with a relaxing cruise along the River Ouse. Within York's towering medieval walls is a heart of rich and colourful character, with its history recorded in the streets, buildings and museums gathered around the mighty Minster. Discover many of the treasures and architectural gems this remarkable city has to offer; its cobbled streets, the famous Shambles and perhaps the National Railway Museum.
Explore Heartbeat Country with a wonderful nostalgic trip on the North Yorkshire Moors Railway. Continue to the historic coastal town of Whitby, with its famous cliff-top Abbey; and the small village of Goathland, which was 'Aidensfield' in the Heartbeat TV series, whilst the railway station was used as 'Hogsmeade' in the Harry Potter films.
After breakfast you leave York and travel home. Comfort stops will be made en-route.
It may be necessary under certain circumstances for these excursions to be operated on different days to those shown.
For full Itinerary April click here
For full Itinerary July/September click here
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Not every holiday will suit your mobility needs and some are not suitable for persons using walking aids/wheelchairs etc. Please ask a member of staff for details should you have any concerns regarding suitability.
JOIN AND PARK AT STENA LINE, BELFAST ONLY £30. To reduce travel time, separate vehicles or taxis may be used to convey passengers to join our holiday coach.
JOIN AND PARK AT STENA LINE, BELFAST ONLY £30.
To reduce travel time, separate vehicles or taxis may be used to convey passengers to join our holiday coach.
| Annan, War Memorial opposite Queensberry Arms
| Ardrossan, Princes Street Bus Stop
|Ayr Dodds Depot
| Ayr, Dodds Depot, 4 East Road
| Ayr, Douglas Street Bus Stop, Outside Bus Station
| Ballantrae, Garage, Main Street
| Ballymena, Seven Towers Leisure Centre
Biestys Centra / Route Service Station,
| Ballynure, The Village Chippy
Car Park, Larne Road.
| Bangor, Town Car Park
opposite Bangor Railway Station Car Park
|Belfast City Centre
| Belfast City Centre, Leonardo Hotel,
(formerly Jurys Inn), Great Victoria Street.
| Belfast - Stena Line Victoria Terminal 4,
West Bank Road (Cairnryan)
| Cairnryan - Stena Line Passenger Terminal
Loch Ryan Port.Cairnryan
| Carlisle Asda
Bus Layby, Chandler Way
| Castle Douglas, Crown Hotel
Opposite Market Hill, King Street
| Coleraine, Lodge Hotel, Outside Front Door
CLIENTS ARE NOT PERMITTED TO PARK AT THE HOTEL.
| Cumnock, Tanyard Bus Station, New Bridge Street
| Dumfries, Whitesands, Coach Bay near Suspension
Bridge. (If Whitesands Closed, Brooms Rd Car Park)
| Dunsilly Roundabout
Car Park, Antrim
| Eastriggs, Central Bus stop
Opposite the Baxter Hall (Church)
| Girvan, Hamilton Arms Hotel
| Glengormley, Corrs Corner Roundabout
Larne Road Side.
| Gretna Main Bus Stop
| Gretna Hall Hotel, Front steps
Please park in the overflow parking space
| Holywood, Redburn Square.
| Irvine, Coach Park adjacent to Aldi
| Kilmarnock, St Marnock St (Police Station)
| Kilwinning, Caley Station (top of Dalry Road)
| Kirkconnel, bus stop at Railway Station entrance.
| Larne, Fairhill Car Park
| Lisburn, Sprucefield Shopping Centre, Bus Shelter
at mini roundabout near Marks & Spencers
| Maybole, Cassillis Hotel
| New Cumnock,Lay-By near Scotmid, Afton Bridge Road
| Newton Stewart, The Crown Hotel
| Newtownards, Circular Road
McDonalds Car Park
| Prestwick, Station Road.
| Saltcoats, Railway Station
| Sanquhar, Bus Stop at Train Station
| Stevenston, The Cross
Bus Stop Opposite Police Station
| Thornhill, Bus Stop beside Bank of Scotland
| Troon, Ivy Cottage, South Beach, Bus Stop outside