The pretty village of Seamer lies just four miles south of Scarborough, and is easily accessible by train.
Seamer is perhaps best known for Star Carr, the Mesolithic archaeological site that lies outside the village - the oldest known house in Britain, estimated to have been built over 10,500 years ago, was discovered here in 2010.
Take a train to Seamer to enjoy a peaceful day of country walks, or, if you prefer something a little more energetic, Scarborough Indoor Karting is also based here. Whatever you get up to, make sure you round off your day with a tasty meal or a drink or two at the award-winning The Copper Horse restaurant.
We offer regular and comfortable trains to Seamer from major towns and cities in the north of England and Scotland. All our trains have the option of travelling First class and a trolley service is available on our core routes.