What We Love
- A romantic room at a beautiful country estate in northern England, with breakfast The estate-to-plate ethos in the Coach House restaurant
- Enjoying a lovely breakfast each morning – fueling you up for a day outdoors
- Relaxing in a roll-top bath, listening to the melody of woodland birds
What To Know
- Guestrooms are split between the Georgian Coach House and the restored Farmhouse
- You can arrange for a lesson in clay pigeon shooting
- This is a popular wedding venue
Set in the glorious 200-acre estate of Middleton Lodge in North Yorkshire, the Farmhouse is a characterful little building with only five bedrooms inside. Cosy and modern in design, you’ll find a plush hotel vibe and plenty of quirky original features making you feel at home in no time. The Coach House is a beautiful, much larger converted building with stylish interiors and roll-top baths tucked away in beautiful bedrooms.
When you’re not relaxing indoors, explore the splendid Middleton Lodge estate with its woodland walk, or why not hire one of the hotel’s vintage bicycles. Elsewhere on the estate, you’ll find treatment rooms situated in the nearby Coach House, with its flower- and herb-filled courtyard gardens.
Throw yourself into the many country pursuits on offer – a stroll through the woods, or a spot of clay shooting. After a walk around the country estate, you’ll have a good appetite for The Coach House Restaurant’s modern British dishes, which are inspired by the Yorkshire countryside, with real ales and carefully crafted cocktails in the snug hotel bar.
How to Get There
Excellent hotel, with friendly and helpful staff who made us feel very welcome. We stayed Friday through to Sunday for my nieces wedding in the main house in a comfort room in the Coach House (Swallows & Amazons), which was clean and luxurious, with great views of the garden, large comfortable bed and the hotel had supplied all the little extras for free to make it a really nice stay. The food and serving staff were excellent, and the Full Yorkshire breakfast was one of the best hotel breakfasts we have had in a hotel for a very long time, with lots of fresh yoghurt, fruit, cereals and croissants available to add to the experience if you wished. We loved our stay and will definitely be back again sometime.
Went to Middleton Lodge for a family wedding. The grounds are beautiful and the wedding ceremony itself was conducted well. However the wedding breakfast was awful for a vegetarian. The starter were a miniscule few cubes of beetroot and tiny amounts of goats curd. The main course of overcooked gnocchi in what tasted like a cheap supermarket sauce, again with a tiny dollop of goats curd. No balance to the meal, no concept that vegetarian food can involve either taste or protein. The canapes were no better - again omnipresent tiny doses of goats curd. Maybe the chef is obsessed or something. The carnivores seemed to have a great time, but don't book this venue of you want your vegetarian relatives to enjoy your wedding.
Visited as a group of friends for birthday celebrations. Paid £280 for a room - this included breakfast and £30 dinner allowance.
Room itself was beautiful and comfortable and clean. Gorgeous decor. Temperature was too hot.
Restaurant food was nice but not amazing. Staff took 50 minutes to take our food order from when we entered. Service was quite slow.
Breakfast had great variety and was very tasty.
Grounds are beautiful.
Personally myself and my friend thought £280 was a lot of money without a spa in the grounds to use compared to similar venues.
Would like to return but would not pay this amount again.
A stunning place that is spread out when you get there but has so much character and charm.A supurb wedding venue though suprised just how much the bride and groom have to bring themselves thats not catered for including umbrellas!! For a wedding party i have known places, including at our own wedding to give nice discounts on room rates for wedding parties, not sure this happened in the case. A truely lovely place but cost wise a little pricey!
This was an amazing night away from start to finish, amazing cocktails in the coach house, my partner had a massage which she said was brilliant, Dinner was lovely and some brilliant wine also, the room was top quality and had everything you would need, breakfast was perfect, everything cooked to perfection and such a variety on the menu and continental. The woodland walk is a must or they have bikes you can use if you want, also wellies in reception to use. Perfection , thank you.