The perfect antidote to city life
Set in a peaceful country setting away from the hustle and bustle of city life, Harmony House stands facing the village green in the centre of the pretty village of Stillingfleet 6 miles south of York. The house has an interesting history and has always played a central part of village life. It has been a reading room; a Sunday school and the rear of the house were agricultural cottages and a former village post office. Some parts of Harmony House date back to the 17th century. It has however been renovated to accommodate a modern day lifestyle. Our bed & breakfast accommodation in the house has 4 stars with a silver and breakfast award from Quality in Tourism standards inspection. We have log fires in winter, a guest lounge overlooking the Green, WIFI, and tea and cakes on arrival.
Perfect for both holiday makers and business visitors alike we pride ourselves in the individual attention to our guests. You may prefer to stay in and relax in our lounge after a day out or long journey, therefore we are happy, unless we have prior commitments, to provide a midweek evening meal or snack if requested. You can also invite friends or family to join you for lunch, afternoon tea or dinner. Hilary was trained at the Cordon Bleu school of cookery and runs a small cookery school.
You have a key for open access whilst staying with us, but the inner doors are locked at 1 am in order not to disturb fellow guests. We are happy to run you to your car in the morning or take you to a local venue where possible.
Stillingfleet is a traditional quiet and peaceful English village with a Norman Church, pleasant walks and Stillingfleet Lodge Gardens. Harmony House is close to the Sustrans cycleway, Naburn Marina, Naburn Lock caravan site, Naburn Grange Riding Centre, Queen Margaret's School, The Parsonage, Escrick Park Rideaways and Cawood Castle. Harmony House is also close to McArthur Glen designer outlet and the park and ride from the south of York. Being South of York it has easy access to York University, Fulford Golf Club and York racecourse. Selby Abbey, Elvington Airfield and Cawood Castle are nearby in other directions and Stillingfleet is within easy reach of all motorways and trunk roads connecting to North York Moors, Dales, East Coast, West Yorkshire and beyond.......