The Bay Tree reopened its doors in August 2015 following a refurbishment. The Bay Tree is situated in the quaint village of Stillington on the outskirts of York approximately 9 miles from the city centre. Following its recent refurbishment, the Bay Tree has taken a new direction with its affordable yet elegant British cuisine and its unique drinks selection. The pub offers a range of dining areas which include the light and airy conservatory restaurant and the more traditional bar area.
A traditional, cosy ‘snug’ area is now available with classic Chesterfield furniture for those looking for ultimate relaxation. The Bay Tree welcome all to enjoy either a coffee and a read of one of Ed’s many cook books or to enjoy a cheeky Gin and Tonic before your meal.
The pub boasts an extensive outdoor area which is ideal for diners and those wanting to make the most of the English sunshine. Please note we are dog lovers and dogs are welcome into the bar area only and outside of course!
The Bay Tree is situated on the edge of an area of outstanding natural beauty on the border of The North Yorkshire Moors and as such boasts a close proximity to wonderful attractions and traditional market towns including but not limited to the following: Castle Howard, Byland Abbey, Yorkshire Lavender, The World of James Herriot, International Bird of Prey Centre, Burn Hall, Helmsley, Easingwold and of course Flamingo Land.