Harmony Hill House was built in the eighteenth century for the owner of the new Flax Mill being constructed to create sail cloth so in demand in Britain in that time. Now the home of Richard and Trish Wilson and their family, the west wing of the house has been extensively refurbished to provide accommodation for the traveller in a style reminiscent of a bygone age.
Richard and Trish came back to Northern Ireland 25 years ago, and using their extensive experience of the region - Richard's parents owned the Portaferry Hotel - and their unique hotel and catering experience in the UK and abroad, became involved in a local hotel which they helped to create and run for over a decade, from which they retired in 1999. Richard and Trish have lovingly created a beautiful design to provide a more relaxing atmosphere in which they can continue to provide the same hospitality which has been enjoyed over the last decades.
We are open 7 days a week for accommodation and dinner to residents, we are also open for dinner to non residents on Friday and Saturday evenings from 6.30pm.