A warm welcome always awaits your arrival here at the Scotts Arms.
Our 17th century pub with its low beams, log fires and candle lit tables have that old-world charm.
Our frequently changing menus of home cooked food, ingredients all locally sourced, ranging from traditional fayre to sandwiches and snacks, chef daily specials, fresh fish dishes, lighter bites to a vegetarian selection, all found on chalk boards around the pub.
Nestled in the picturesque Yorkshire village of Sicklinghall, just 3 miles west of Wetherby 15 miles north of Leeds and 12 miles south of Harrogate. Dating from 1685, the pub has retained many of it’s 17th century features with open log fires and exposed beam work.
Ted and Julie van Zeller have owned the business since 2006 and along with their dedicated and friendly staff extend a warm and friendly welcome to all. The main reason to visit the Scotts Arms has to be the food.
The pub is also home to the Scotts Barn shop, stocking contemporary gifts, home ware, locally made crafts and sweets, also hosting the village post office once a week on Friday afternoons.
The pretty village pub has not escaped the attention the local media and has featured in a touch of frost starring David Jason. Also a regular haunt with actors from a certain Yorkshire based soap, musicians and well known names from screen and radio.