Stayed here for three nights. Room was very clean ample parking and a great base for touring the area both inland and the coast. Breakfast is included in the room rate and there's a wide choice on offer the produce is locally sourced and cooked fresh and there's plenty of it. We had evening meal on all 3 nights there's a wide selection even for the vegetarians and vegans, and it's great value for money as the portions are large and very good credit to the chef. Hosts and all staff are very helpful and friendly nothing is too much trouble . Would definitely recommend this place
Great service friendly owners and staff. Quite just what we needed after long days travelling in and around the east coast. Would recommend the food and real ales, book your tables as it gets full quickly. Room was clean and well equipped. Even the hot chocolate for the grandkids was there when asked for. Thanks Gary for saving my bacon getting Grandson ball out of the tree.
This has to be a must for any couple or family who want to visit the busy East Coast but want the tranquility of a country village stay. Gary and Tracy are the ultimate hosts and the room, meals, breakfast and drinks are second to none. There are no minuses at all. Not one. Ample parking, clean rooms that still have the vintage feel without looking old. It has to be the friendliest B&B that my wife and I have ever stayed in. Although B&B doesn’t do it justice as it offers so much more. Looking forward to our next stay at The St Quintin Arms.
Stayed for couple nights midweek as desperate for a break after working in hospital throughout covid. Went first week after lockdown opening. Very friendly hosts, helpful and accommodating. Lovely big room (room 4) on quiet lane - was not disturbed at all. Lovely big comfortable bed, lots of pillows and big duvet - and we are fussy having memory foam at home. Good breakfast, nice selection (asked to select 5 items for cooked breakfast) and was cooked well. Would have been good to have more coat hangers (4 provided) and perhaps hooks for wet coats and somewhere to store wet boots (we have stayed in places where a tray is provided and stops mud and drips getting on room carpet) - but these are little things. Good location for visiting coast. Recommend visit to North landing and walk around the coves, also recommend a visit to Danes Dyke Nature Reserve, unspoilt section of beach with golden sand and rockpools for more peaceful walk and exploring. Hosts ask that you let them know approximate check in time, we forgot and wish we had done that as room was initially cold as they had not been prepared for us arriving. However once heater turned on, room did warm up and was nice and toasty. First night pub was quite cold but 2nd night they did light the fire. So, if you are not made of sterner stuff (this is Yorkshire after all!) the temperature may be cooler than you would like, so be prepared. We joked with the hosts that their definition of a warmer day was different to ours! Also, be aware of pub opening times as they are not open all day. Was not a particular issue for us during our stay as weather was awful so not suited for sitting outside but there is a lovely garden so would be a shame not to be able to sit outside and have a drink on a sunny afternoon. Definitely recommended staying here if you are after a quieter stay or as a base for exploring.…
Highly recommended place to stay for rest and relaxation. It's a good base to stay for the attractions in the surrounding areas too. The room was great with pleasant views of the cows in the neighbouring fields and a comfy bed with pillows and a duvet that I thought were trying to eat me at one point. The food is excellent, both evening meal and breakfast. Superb Wold beers too. The thing that really made it special for us though was the atmosphere and the staff. Very friendly and attentive. A special mention to the locals too who made us feel very welcome. Pandemic allowing, we hope to visit again soon and recharge our batteries.