Discover the treasures of Northumbria including the cathedral city of Durham and the fascinating Beamish Open Air Museum.
Monday We depart and visit Thirsk, the cobbled Yorkshire market town and home of renowned vet James Herriot. The epitome of a rural market town, its medieval cobbled market square, have an enduring charm that still enchants visitors today.
Tuesday Following breakfast, we include a visit to Durham. Durham City, with its medieval past, has eagerly embraced the modern with its captivating mix of history and heritage with contemporary culture. Durham City is home to one of the most recognisable landmarks in the UK, the majestic Durham Cathedral.
Wednesday Today we enjoy a visit to Beamish. Nestling in 300 acres, Beamish vividly recreates life in the North of England in the early 1800s and 1900s.
Thursday Enjoy a day visiting Whitby, a traditional seaside resort, famous for its majestic Abbey.
Friday We depart after breakfast and return home via Locomotion, The National Railway Museum. We depart later this afternoon to make our journey home.
Dating back to 1693, Redworth Hall is a magnificent Jacobean country house. Close to the town of Newton Aycliffe and around 20 miles from historic Durham. All bedrooms are en-suite with television, telephone, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities. Additional facilities include a restaurant and bar. Leisure facilities include an indoor swimming pool. Lift to all floors, except in the original building. Limited ground floors bedrooms. Official rating AA 4 star.