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The Copper Horse

PUBLISHED: 11:13 25 January 2017 | UPDATED: 11:13 25 January 2017

The Copper Horse

The Copper Horse


The award winning Copper Horse is situated in the pretty village of Seamer...

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The award winning Copper Horse is situated in the pretty village of Seamer, just outside Scarborough on the North Yorkshire coast and is the perfect gateway to the North York Moors National Park

This friendly village pub/restaurant prides itself on offering quality food, an interesting choice of local craft ales and a fine selection of spirits and wines in a gorgeous contemporary and opulent setting. Dogs are most welcome in the bar with their well behaved owners.

The Copper Horse has established itself as one of the most outstanding dining experiences in Scarborough. Serving seasonally inspired food, complemented by great service in a relaxed dining environment.

The menus feature modern and classic British dishes together with a Grill section using the Bertha Oven, cooking up to 500 degrees over charcoal for an intense smokey flavour. There’s an exceptional selection of fish & seafood, along with 30 day aged steaks, marinated chicken, rack of lamb, classic steak burger and a great choice of vegetarian dishes to choose from. Diners can also enjoy Blackboard Specials, Sunday Roasts, and a renowned selection of scrumptious Desserts.

Perfect for whether you are looking for somewhere to enjoy drinks with friends, celebrate a special occasion or simply enjoy a casual meal for lunch or dinner in great surroundings.


Food is served:



(Except Bank Holidays)


Lunch: 12 noon to 2.30pm

Dinner: 6pm – 9.00pm


12 noon to 8pm

Bar opening Times

Tues-Fri 12-3pm & 5.30pm-11pm

Saturday 12noon ‘til late & Sunday 12-11pm

Stay the Night

Just a few steps away are four truly exceptional boutique en-suite bedrooms within ‘Palladium House’. Furnished to the very highest standards demanded by today’s discerning leisure and business travellers, they offer luxury and comfort for that short break or business visitor. Subject to availability, the entire house may be rented to accommodate parties of up to eight guests, who can make use of the large dining kitchen and furnished patio with gas barbecue.

The Copper Horse Cottages offer a choice of self-catering accommodation (including pet-friendly) ideally located for Scarborough, Whitby, Filey and York. These immaculately presented holiday cottages make the ideal retreat to explore the area’s beautiful surrounding countryside.

Awards: Les Routiers ‘Restaurant of the Year’ 2017


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