GET AWAY IN 2024 - you deserve it!


Monday 2nd September to Friday 6th September


  • Luxury coach travel
  • Local pick up points
  • 4 nights dinner, bed and breakfast
  • No single supplements
The Grand Hotel Scarborough
Scarborough holiday £565

Travel with us and discover the charm and beauty of Scarborough, a captivating seaside town nestled on the stunning coastline of North Yorkshire, which boasts the title of being Britain’s first seaside resort due to its spa waters.

The town feels like it's trapped in the Victorian era with the Grand Hotel, our base for the stay dominating the cliff top. A lot of the town’s architecture has that distinctive flamboyant style, with a genially olde-worlde atmosphere



York is a vibrant city with Roman roots and a Viking past. A magnificant circuit of 13th century walls encloses a medieval spider's web of narrow street. At its heart lies the immense, awe-inspiring York Minster, one of the most beautiful Gothic cathedrals in the world.

York's long history and rich heritage is woven into virtually every brick and beam, and the modern tourist-orientated city - with its myriad of museums, restaurants, cafes and traditional pubs - is a carefully maintained heir to that heritage.

NYMR Railway and Whitby

Hop on board the North Yorkshire Moors Railway and enjoy a journey filled with vintage charm and amazing scenery on one of the world's greatest heritage railways.

Let their fleet of steam and heritage diesel trains transport you along 24 miles of National Park countryside and back in time to a bygone era.

North Yorkshire Moors Railway is a not for profit organisation that is run and maintained by their dedicated network of volunteers, and every passenger that travels with them helps to contribute towards the preservation of one of the UK’s most historic railway lines.


Our destination is Whitby, a town of two parts, with the River Esk carving a path between a huddle of 18th-century fishermen’s cottages along its East Cliff and a genteel Victorian suburb atop the West Cliff. It’s also a town with two personalities – on the one hand, a busy commercial and fishing port (it was here that 18th-century explorer Captain James Cook gained his seafaring legs) with a bustling quayside awash with fish; on the other, an oh-so-pretty, traditional seaside resort.

Have a look at some of the jewellery made from the famous Whitby Jet, known as the finest quality jet worldwide and found only along a short stretch of coastline surrounding Whitby.

And we mustn’t forget the stunning Whitby Abbey, which dominates the skyline above the East Cliff like a great Gothic tombstone silhouetted against the sky’- it is hardly surprising that this medieval hulk inspired the Victorian novelist Bram Stoker to make it the setting for
Count Dracula’s dramatic landfall.


A day at leisure to allow you to explore everything Scarborough has to offer.

Visit the medieval keep of Scarborough Castle, which occupies a commanding position atop its headland. Legend has it that Richard I loved the views from here so much that his ghost just keeps coming back.

Discover the Maritime Heritage Centre and delve into the town’s maritime past. Or simply relax on one of its beautiful beaches and feel the sand between your toes. The choice is yours!

Lincoln city

We head off on the journey home with time to take a break in the beautiful city of Lincoln, home to the magnificant Lincoln Cathedral, one of the most spectacular Gothic buildings in the world. The cathedral is a spectacular and globally iconic landmark that has been standing tall over the city of Lincoln for centuries and was the tallest building in the world for over 200 years.

Thc city of Lincoln is full of heritage and culture and you should have enough time for a wander along the picturesque cobbled streets and take in the spectacular sights of the city’s magnificent historic architecture.

And then we are homeward bound................


A deposit of £50 per person is required to secure your place. Deposits paid are non-refundable and non-transferable except where arrangements are cancelled by Mullanys Coaches. The balance of the holiday cost is due and payable before the date of departure. Every effort is made to ensure the accommodation is of acceptable standard. When booking a room for twin occupancy please specify whether you require double or twin beds. If no specification is made we will assume that either is acceptable. All passengers are required to carry comprehensive travel insurance. Details of this must be provided to Mullanys Coaches prior to the departure of the tour.


Cancellation by the client will only be accepted by Mullanys Coaches in writing.

The following cancellation charges will apply:

  • For advice received more than 42 days before date of departure, deposit only
  • For advice received between 42 and 29 days before date of departure, 30% of the total price.
  • For advice received between 28 and 8 days before date of departure,75% of the total price
  • For advice received 7 days or fewer before date of departure, 100% of the total price

The Grand Hotel, Scarborough


Our hotel for this break is the Grand. When it was completed in 1867 it was the largest hotel in Europe and one of the largest in the world.

Four towers represent the seasons, 12 floors represent the months, 52 chimneys represent the weeks and originally 365 bedrooms epresented the days of the year. A blue plaque outside marks where the novelist Anne Brontë died in 1849. Winston Churchill and The Beatles are amongst those who’ve stayed there.

CLICK HERE to visit the hotel's own web site for more in depth information.