Owned by Zoe and Ian Burdass, this historic 13th century coaching inn, pays homage to what it means to be a Yorkshire country inn. From hand-pulled local ale to locally sourced and freshly made grub (not to mention Burdass Lamb!), The St Quintin Arms ensures a warm welcome, good food and stunning accommodation, all set amongst the idyllic Yorkshire countryside.
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.
With four letting rooms, we can cater from business trips to family stays, all with en-suite bathrooms...
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 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.
Free WiFi internet
Weddings & private parties
Children's books, videos, games
Activities and Experiences
Art galleries & museums
Antiques & fairs
Shopping - boutique
Tennis court - indoor
All our rooms are situated upstairs, therefore will not be suitable for wheelchairs or guests with restricted mobility.
till 21:00 Early check-in available on request
Late check-out available on request
Bed and Breakfast
Booking Terms and Conditions
Roadfrom A1(M)(45.0 miles)
Leave A1(M) At junction 47, take the A59 exit to York/Knaresborough/Harrogate, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A59, Continue to follow A59 At the roundabout take the 1st exit onto A1237
Go through 8 roundabouts, At the roundabout, take the 2nd exit onto A64 heading to Leeds/Hull/A1079/Selby/A19, Take the exit toward York/Hull/A1079/Bridlington/A166, At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A166 to Bridlington At the roundabout, take the 1st exit onto A614 Turn right at Sykes Balk