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County - North Yorkshire | Map
Tel code: 01904 | code search
Postcode: YO19 | code search
Population: 400
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Birthplace of:
Clements Markham
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Folk Customs:
Bainbridge Horn Ceremony
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Ripon Hornblower
Scarborough Skipping Day

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Roughly halfway between York and Selby, the small North Yorks village of Stillingfleet is well situated for anyone wanting to tour the region, sitting on the quiet B1222 but within easy striking distance of the A1(M) and the M62. Stillingfleet may have fewer than 200 houses and 400 inhabitants, but it boasts three of the key elements that every English village requires: a cosy pub; an ancient church; and a village green, here complete with trickling stream that splits the village in two halves linked by foot-bridges as well as the road-crossing. The church, St Helen’s, is worthy of note, a splendid Norman structure with a rare original door, plus the charm that comes from the usual additions and alterations through the ages including a delightful William and Mary stained-glass window. Close examination even reveals what may be a folk-memory of the Vikings who briefly held York and its surrounds – there are longboats carved into some door-hinges. York with all its attractions is only about seven miles north of the village; Tadcaster, famed for its beer, only marginally further to the west via some quiet back-roads. For those preferring to leave the car there are some pleasant country walks and bridleways around Stillingfleet; you could even forego it entirely and travel by train to York, Selby or - a mile or two nearer - the stop at Ulleskelf.

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Stillingfleet Lodge Garden and Nursery

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Cross Keys Inn

Places to Stay near Stillingfleet

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Cawood Park (2.25 miles)

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Parsonage Country House Hotel (2.51 miles)

Parsonage Country House Hotel
This 19th-century, former parsonage has been carefully restored and extended to provide delightful accommodation, set in well-tended gardens. Bedrooms are smartly appointed and well equipped both for business and leisure guests. Spacious public ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Inn (2.56 miles)

Black Bull Inn is ideally situated between York and Selby, providing you with good local amenities, as well as lovely traditional foods & beverages from in and around the local, which add to the ambience ... More | visit website
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Black Bull Inn (2.56 miles)

Black Bull Inn

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Traditional country Inn situated in the picturesque village of Escrick. The rooms are quaint and full of character, ideal for a peaceful overnight stay or a few days in the ... More

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Cawood Guest House (2.56 miles)

Cawood Guest House
We are a newly opened small,friendly Home from Home offering comfortable,spotless accommodation and comprehensive breakfast menu..OUR NIGHTLY RATE FOR 1 GUEST IS JUST HALF FULL ROOM RATE..NO SINGLE SUPPLEMENT! Situated in the peaceful,historic village of Cawood,backing ... More | visit website
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The Old Vicarage (2.71 miles)

The Old Vicarage

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By the riverside in a peaceful village, this detached house offers a secure, safe garden as well as a fishing jetty and pedal boat on the river. ... More

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The Park View (2.78 miles)

The Park View
The Park View offers a range of accommodation to suit every need, from single bed, to double or twin bed, or family room. All seven bedrooms have recently been refurbished. The rooms are charmingly ... More | visit website
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Premier Inn York South West (4.64 miles)

Premier Inn York South West
Well positioned for the historic city of York. Local attractions include the Yorkshire Air museum, York Racecourse and Jorvik Viking centre. The Park and Ride facility into York city centre is only 2 miles away. Our ... More | visit website
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Middlethorpe Hall & Spa (4.79 miles)

Middlethorpe Hall & Spa
Part of the National Trust since 2008

Middlethorpe Hall & Spa is a William III country house close to the historic city of York and set in 20 acres of its own gardens and parkland. ... More | visit website
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Travelodge York Tadcaster (4.91 miles)

The Travelodge York Tadcaster sits just off the A64 and is the ideal base for visiting the historic city of York, which is 5 miles away, and the quaint town of Tadcaster, just 3 miles ... More | visit website

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