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
Well Done to all the team at Middleton Lodge, a special mention to Laura the Wedding Planner and Lexi with her team. All the people behind the scenes from the housemaid and kitchen staff. Thanks to them all our daughter (& the rest of us) enjoyed a flawless, dream come true wedding day. What an amazing venue and an absolute pleasure to spend one of the most precious days of our lives in such surroundings.
Returned here for this Lazy Sunday offer after being here last year for a wedding.
The venue, the buildings and the layout are wonderful. The walled garden is sublime. It would be lovely to spend a few days here just chilling but you would need to save up and treat yourselves.
Staff, from the Reception to the Bar staff to the Restaurant staff are all super friendly and very helpful. Top marks here.
We stayed in the Dovecote this time - had to pay extra on the deal price ? because the room was bigger. Not sure it warranted this supplement. Room was large and furnished to a high standard. However, needs someone to look at layout as my wife found it difficult to dry her hair in front of a suitable mirror and there was no mirror over sink in bathroom for us chaps to shave. Minor niggles but price should command perfection IMO. Very warm in our room in the night but no window to open as double doors only, opening up onto grassed area so not practical to open door at night - bit wary about the local wildlife!
Food in restaurant was lovely, good choices and nicely presented. As was breakfast the next day. Thank you to the 2 ladies who brought some fun and happiness to the start of another day.
Would return once I've saved up my pennies again!
This is our second visit to Middleton Lodge and once again,we were not disappointed.
Our accommodation was beautiful. We were in the ‘Yan’ room,one of the Coach House bedrooms,which was just gorgeous.
All of the staff,the Reception staff,the two young men in the bar/restaurant area,the restaurant staff during dinner and breakfast,just couldn’t be faulted and were all an absolute credit to Middleton Lodge,so really do deserve a mention as it does make a huge difference to the overall experience.
Food was top notch. Just loved everything about the place.
We left Middleton Lodge feeling super-relaxed. It just has that kind of vibe.
Really can’t wait to do it all again soon.
We booked one nights stay at Middleton Lodge in the Farmhouse. On arrival we were greeted by a girl on reception that was dismissive and rude. After informing us quite directly that our room wouldn’t be ready until 3pm we then asked what bars and restaurants there were to have a drink and some lunch to pass some time. It was quite frustrating to find out that Forge, one of their restaurants and bars was not open until the following night. Which was annoying as no one informed us of this when we booked. You would think that the hotel would try and keep its customers on site to spend money rather than give them reason to get back in the car.
The grounds and architecture truly are beautiful and it is such a shame that it is let down by incompetant, rude staff.
There also should be no excuses to why both outdoor fire pits and the indoor fire in the coach house should not be lit in the height of winter. The staff said that this was because the fan had stopped working in the chimney but surely this should be fixed as soon as it broke.
For us all these little things add up to the big things when it comes to truly enjoying a night away. The room was ok feeling slightly tired but was made up by the lovely communal area in the farmhouse.
Middleton Lodge has all the potential to be the perfect 5 star getaway but is so annoyingly let down by the above comments.
Stayed in a Dovecote room complete with its own terrace and wood burner, it was beyond perfect!
Sunday Lunch in the Coach House restaurant was absolutely sublime, the staff were attentive and warm and couldn’t have done enough to make our stay idyllic.
The grounds are stunning, lovely woodland walks and so peaceful.
We loved it so much we’ve booked to return in February!