Harmony House enjoys a beautiful location overlooking a wild flower meadow called The Green in the rural village of Stillingfleet, 6 miles south of York. We hope you will enjoy our warm welcome a drink and homemade cake on arrival in our guest lounge. We endeavour to make your stay as comfortable as possible. All our rooms are en suite and breakfast is included in the room rate.
Harmony House is easily accessible from all major trunk roads and motorways and the park and ride is 10 minutes away at MacArthur Glen. We have safe parking and washing drying facilities for guests arriving by cycle or motorbike and there is an hourly bus service throughout the day (except Sundays), which takes 20 minutes to York
Stillingfleet known as Steflingefled in the Doomsday book has a Norman Church, plentiful history and award winning Stillingfleet gardens .You will be pleasantly surprised how close Stillingfleet is to the city of York with just a short drive through the countryside to get you to the park and ride or the city centre. Should you prefer to venture further - you will find many ideas on the attractions page.
Harmony House dates back to the 17th Century and played a significant part in the village life beginning as agricultural cottages, then a Sunday school, reading room and post office, and now the whole house has been sympathetically restored and modernised, yet still retains many of its old characteristics with some low ceilings and steps. We like to think it is the perfect antidote to City life
There are several excellent pubs and restaurants in villages within 3 miles of us or we can cook your evening meal if booked in advance (except weekends). Hilary was trained at the Cordon Bleu school of Cookery and runs cookery activities for small groups. Paul has spent a life time in the automotive industry and now enjoys restoring classic cars and motorbikes and competing in Landrover trials. Please feel free to come and go as you please however the inner doors are locked at 1am as not to disturb fellow guests.
The house has no facilities for children. However we have a family annex which is self-catering with provisions for a cereals and toast breakfast.
"Lovely room and food was very nice, the room and house very clean the village was peaceful no noise so makes for a relaxing stay and not far from York. The only slight criticism was the room was a little to cold for me but the heating was on so not due to that ."
Mrs. margaret barker - 2016-05-04
"We found a very warm welcome on our arrival,and a friendly happy feel to the whole area,we will be staying again. Thankyou."
Karen Gridley - 2016-05-02