Make the most of your time in England on this self-drive holiday and combine an English castle vacation with a stay in a cottage.

This tour can be modified, or we can create custom tours from scratch. Let us know your requirements!

Tour Highlights

Enjoy a stay at a luxury castle hotel in the scenic Yorkshire Dales.

Explore the North East of England and its variety of attractions, such as Hadrian's Wall, Beamish Museum, Durham Cathedral and The Bowes Museum.

Take a scenic drive from Moffat to the famous Grey Mares Tail, then along to St. Mary's Loch and round by Eskdalemuir.

To make your stay even more special, additional extras can be purchased, from afternoon tea, to Champagne, flowers and chocolates. Ask your Castle Sales Advisor for details.

Pricing

    The guide price for this holiday is £654 per person (based on 2 people sharing a double/twin room).

    2 nights at Swinton Park Castle
    2 nights at Lumley Castle
    3 nights in Brackenhill Tower's Jacobean Cottage

Things to Note

  • The itinerary is based on 2 persons sharing a Double /Twin Room. (Single supplements are available on request).
  • Rates may be higher at peak times, such as weekends and in high season (eg. summer months / festive periods and bank holidays). An accurate quotation will be provided to you at the time of enquiry.
  • The price shown is the base price based on standard room types with the board basis (eg. Bed and Breakfast / Dinner, Bed and Breakfast) clearly shown.
  • Room upgrades can be arranged at a supplement.
  • To tailor-make your tour, additional or reduced nights can be arranged and itineraries reversed. Ask for details from your Celtic Castles Sales Advisor.
  • All castle accommodation is subject to availability.
  • Transport is not included in the cost, therefore you would be required to make your own transportation arrangements.
  • Visitor attraction tickets are not included. Some visitor attractions are seasonal, therefore please check that these are open during your travel dates.

Castles available to book through Celtic Castles

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