The Copper Horse Restaurant & Cottages, The Mayfield, The Plough and The Yew Tree Cafe & Bistro, all situated just outside Scarborough, are four family-owned restaurants/pubs with accommodation which make up The HQ Collection. The Collection is part of the Yorkshire-based Qdos Entertainment, owned by husband and wife entrepreneurs, Nick and Sandra Thomas, who live in Scarborough.

The HQ Collection is a division of HQ Theatres & Hospitality, the UK’s second-largest venue operator, which operates 12 theatres and concert halls and is renowned for its unique specialism of combining first-class hospitality provision with its vibrant and diverse entertainment programmes.

The Copper Horse Restaurant & Cottages, The Plough and The Mayfield, carry the distinctive HQ Collection trademark of;

Award-Winning Dining…each one offers a varied and individually styled menu. Delicious food is created and produced by teams of top chefs, who use only the finest, high-quality, local and regional produce. With their welcoming atmosphere, comfortable and relaxed ambience they attract a steady stream of local clientele, as well as many visitors. Each bar stocks a superb selection of quality and contemporary wines, an extensive selection of craft ales, along with a great choice of beers and lagers.

Elegant Accommodation…all the accommodation is designed to make the guest feel pampered and cosseted, from luxurious rooms at The Plough and The Mayfield to the six self-catering Copper Horse Cottages. All of the accommodation has been designed in boutique style using quality fabrics and furnishings, to provide exceptional contemporary five star accommodation.

A Warm Welcome…a first-class team of staff take enormous pride in extending the warm Yorkshire welcome to locals, visitors and guests alike.

The HQ Collection Group
Qdos House
Queen Margaret’s Road
North Yorkshire

01723 500038

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The next meeting of the Scarborough Chamber of Trade will be on Tuesday 5th March at 6.00pm at Boyes Store, Queen Street.
There are many exciting or controversial developments and strategies happening in Scarborough at the moment. This is your chance to find out more about them and more importantly to have your say.
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The next meeting of the Scarborough Chamber of Trade will be on Tuesday 5th February 2019 at 6.00pm at Boyes Store on Queens Street.
Hear the latest news and have your say about:
The relocation of the Post Office
Town Centre Strategy Consultation
Futurist development
Latest plans for the Christmas Celebration

The Town Centre Guide outside the Brunswick Centre will be updated shortly. Tony will be contacting existing and possible advertisers soon.
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The results of the Christmas Shop Window Display Competition 2018 have been announced.

Here are just a selection of examples from this year
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Local businesses and organisations are invited by Scarborough Borough Council to:
at The Royal Hotel Wednesday 28th November 6.00pm until 8.00pm.

This is an open consultation to give views and opinions on the development of the New Scarborough Town Centre Strategy
This is YOUR opportunity to influence the future of your Town Centre
and help to make it a social and economic destination that residents and tourists can enjoy and businesses can thrive for years to come.

How do you think we can become the best performing coastal Town Centre in England by 2025?

There will also be a general meeting open to all members of the public on Tuesday 4th December at the same location from 6.00pm until 8.00pm
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