We had an incredible four nights at Cober Hill. As well as staying in the beautiful hotel and having 3 course breakfasts and evening meals, we also went on lots of day trips. On our way to Cober Hill on the East Coast, we stopped off Eden Camp and encountered some fantastic experiences in the huts. The children were really intrigued about World War 2 and showed enormous respect. We travelled to Scarborough twice on an open top bus! The children had great fun in the sea and on the sand. They worked in teams to build sandcastle empires which were judged by Mrs Bullock! Both days they also ate at a fish and chip restaurant called Fish Pan -the food was amazing but so were the children! We also explored Scarborough Castle and looked at the history there, before some shopping on the front. In the middle of the Scarborough trips we visited Whitby! We went inside and around Whitby Abbey and into the museum which was packed with information about its history, including it being the inspiration for the story Dracula! Again, we spent time on the beach and on our way back we even had time for the amusements! Back at Cober Hill our evenings involved visiting a secret garden, bubble competitions, games night and a disco!