Breakfasts in Hotel.
We transfer to Castle Howard, one of the finest historic residences in Britain, and for over three centuries, it belongs to the same family. Around the Castle, there are over 1000 acres of formal gardens, with belvedere, shady paths, fountains, and temples.
We then continue to Scampston Hall. Its garden is different from others.
It is open to the public since 2004, hosting visitors from all over the world. Scampston Hall is one of the finest countryside houses in Yorkshire, restored by Legards, and contains many works of art, furniture, and porcelain.
Possibility of having lunch in the garden (not included).
In the afternoon, guided tour of the beautiful city of York.
Founded by the Romans in the IV century as the capital of the Province of the North, York was one of the most important centers of the country until the end of the middle Ages. The city is well preserved and rich in monuments of great historical interest, like the city walls, one of the most remarkable in Europe.
Return to the Hotel and dinner in a typical restaurant (not included).