All aboard the 840 Coastliner! This bus route has been voted ‘Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route’, pipping the Glasgow to Glencoe via Loch Lomond route to the post. You can board the 840 Coastliner just steps from The White Swan Inn, located in the historic market town of Pickering, North Yorkshire. This 16th-century coaching inn is the perfect base for exploring all that North Yorkshire has to offer and provides a traditional Yorkshire welcome to all guests.
The entire route is approximately three hours long and takes in the historic city of York, the market town of Pickering, (home of the North Yorkshire Moors Railway), Goathland Village, (where the ITV television programme, Heartbeat was filmed), before travelling through the spectacular scenery of the North Yorkshire Moors, ending in the fishing town of Whitby. It is the perfect way to explore North Yorkshire.
The White Swan Inn is both dog and family friendly and its rooms range from Vintage to the Hideaway Treat. It’s the perfect base for exploring the historic town of Pickering, nearby Castle Howard and those who wish to climb aboard the 840 Coastliner and experience ‘Britain’s Most Scenic Bus Route’, can visit Feast Café (located next door to The White Swan Inn) where guests can collect a delicious picnic, made with local Yorkshire produce to enjoy either on the bus or in the fishing town of Whitby.
All the staff at The White Swan have great local knowledge and are able to advise on the best things to do in the area. There are several historic stately homes on the doorstep, a steam railway to take you over the moors to Whitby or go for an adventure in Dalby Forest.
The White Swan Inn is a charming, family owned and operated 16th-century coaching inn, located in the heart of the picturesque market town of Pickering in Yorkshire. It is dog-friendly and has an award-winning AA two rosette restaurant. For reservations, please contact reservations on 01751 472288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org