St Quintin Arms

Historic Bed and Breakfast in Harpham, Yorkshire

Heritage Rating: Heritage Rating ?

Main Street
Harpham
Yorkshire
England
YO25 4QY

St Quintin Arms, Harpham

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St Quintin Arms Inn is situated in the historic and picturesque village of Harpham just 3/4 miles off the A614 twixt Driffield and Bridlington in beautiful East Yorkshire "A Warm Yorkshire welcome awaits you to this 16th Century Coaching Inn” The feel you get throughout the whole building is exactly what a traditional INN should be, Simple but welcoming

St Quintin Arms Inn is situated in the historic and picturesque village of Harpham just 3/4 miles off the A614 twixt Driffield and Bridlington in beautiful East Yorkshire "A Warm Yorkshire welcome awaits you to this 16th Century Coaching Inn” The feel you get throughout the whole building is exactly what a traditional INN should be, Simple but welcoming "START TO UNWIND STRAIGHT AWAY" It is our pleasure to look after you, we provide a friendly, helpful and considerate service which enables you to relax and be comfortable as soon as you arrive. Enjoy lunch al fresco in our delightful garden. Take a pre dinner stroll through our pretty village.

The Bar is a proper bar and serves a choice of Real Ales from YORKSHIRE. Relax by the side of the log fire, and soak up the warm atmosphere The Restaurant is truly traditional, the house food style is simple goodness, from fresh ingredients locally sourced, that are properly cooked to order and presented to a high standard by our "ROSETTE" trained Chef who is also the proprietor. Special diets catered for.

We have lavished attention upon each of our Bedrooms. Recently refurbished, everything is designed with your comfort in mind, they come equipped with flat screen TV & DVD player, tea making facilities, and free internet. Luxury bathrooms, with shower and bath.

All rates include full English breakfast using locally sourced fresh produce. The local area offers a host of attractions From award-winning walking trails to stunning countryside, coastline and cities, visit East Yorkshire for the perfect, relaxing short break. Explore this unique triangle of unspoilt Yorkshire and discover a beauty and heritage that encompasses soaring cliffs, dramatic headlands, and inland the gentler landscape of the rolling hills and chalky uplands – dotted with picture-postcard country towns and majestic stately houses.

Choose from dozens of walking and cycling trails.

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Nearby Historic Attractions

Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest

Harpham Travel and Heritage Information

Harpham, St John's Church - 0.3 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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Rudston Monolith - 3.8 miles (Prehistoric Site) Heritage Rating

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Boynton, St Andrew's Church - 4.8 miles (Historic Church) Heritage Rating

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