Next Departure Date
|05/07/2024 - 07/07/2024||£295.00|
Our 3-day, 2-night tour is based at the 4-star Bradford Cedar Court Hotel and includes dinner (3 courses, 3 choices, tea and coffee included), bed and breakfast.
Bradford is one of our most culturally diverse cities and, as a result, benefits from some exquisite cuisine! The city is actually pretty famous for its curry houses, offering a wealth of options for those craving some spicy food. Bradford also prides itself on being the world’s first UNESCO City of Film, boasting superb Theatres and Museums for those seeking a culture kick!
The Emmerdale Village Tour is an unforgettable experience, taking you behind the scenes of Emmerdale. Walk in the footsteps of your favourite characters as you explore the beautiful countryside setting of this favourite soap!
You’ll embark on a 90 minute, fully guided, outside walking tour where you’ll explore the village and see exterior sets of The Woolpack, Café Mainstreet, David’s Shop and many more – with plenty of time to take photos. There is the chance to purchase snacks, refreshments, and souvenirs before boarding the coach back.
” Last of the Summer Wine” was set and filmed in and around Holmfirth and centred on a trio of older men and their youthful antics. Why not also have a bite to eat and a drink at Sid’s Cafe – the famous cafe filmed with Sid and Ivy, which is right in the centre of Holmfirth, just where the Tour sets off.
“Last of the Summer Wine” was a British sitcom created and written by Roy Clarke that was originally broadcast on the BBC. Last of the Summer Wine is the longest-running comedy programme in Britain and the longest-running sitcom in the world.The final episode was broadcast on 29 August 2010. Repeats of the show are broadcast in the UK and it is also seen in more than twenty-five countries, including various PBS stations in the United States.
The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a unique 5-mile branch line railway set in the heart of West Yorkshire, running heritage steam and diesel trains from the industrial landscape of Keighley to the stunning Brontë Country of Oxenhope.
It is well-known as ‘The Railway Children Line’ since being thrust into the limelight in the 1970s when Lionel Jeffries selected the railway to be the backdrop for his adaption of E. Nesbit’s “The Railway Children”. This launched the railway onto the big screen over 50 years ago, with iconic scenes along the Worth Valley with the paper chase at Mytholmes Tunnel and Oakworth Station. “The Railway Children Return” is a brand new feature film, the sequel is set during World War 2, and sees Keighley & Worth Valley is used as the backdrop once again.
Please note that there is an element of walking on all of the tours listed above.
Please note that the hotel no longer has a swimming pool. There are some pictures of the pool on Google, but this has ben closed since the COVID-19 lockdown.
- Executive coach travel and the services of an IC Travel host
- 2 nights 4 star Dinner, Bed and Breakfast accommodation
- Emmerdale Village tour
- "Last of the Summer Wine" tour
- Keighley and Worth Valley Railway visit