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
We stayed in both the coach house suite (the night before the wedding) and the Fig House suite (night of the wedding). Both rooms were beautifully decorated, and very relaxing. The rooms were faultless. The coach house suite was very spacious with a large, oversized bathroom perfect for the girls to get ready. And the Fig House suite was the only one with direct access to the walled garden which was romantic. We love the venue, the grounds, and the coach house restaurant which provides a lovely breakfast. Service has always been outstanding. Can't wait to go back soon!
My husband and I and 15 year old daughter booked the 3 night Christmas package. All i can say is it was absolutely fantastic from arrival to departure. We had afternoon tea in the main house on arrival and the food was all laid out in the beautiful kitchen so you could just help yourself. Hubby was delighted as he much prefers the savoury items and he loved all the choices. Relaxing with the open fires lit in the most beautifully decorated house was the start of a truly relaxing and memorable Christmas. Christmas morning champagne breakfast was again simply divine and then we had time to chilk out before Christmas lunch. We dressed up for lunch in the fig house and again had champagne before going to our table. The meal was spectacular and we were stuffed. Emma stole my dessert though as she had food envy. The movies on in the cellar bar were also great and a nice way to unwind. In the evening there were sharing boards in the forge and again, the food laid out was remarkable. You had so much choice and the service throughout was exceptional. We felt very welcome in the main house too thanks toJames and his lovely family who have created such a special place. Our suite in the dairy was also just wonderful. The built in bunk bed was adored by Emma and the copper free standing bath just briliant to soak in. We were sad to leave the day after boxing day but delighted that we have just booked again for this year. Thank you to all the staff for making Christmas so special for us.
Visited this hotel for a friends wedding, stunning grounds and Manor House , the food at the wedding was very nice and the marquee was decorated very tastefully and little extras were appreciated. Staff helpful and a lovely day. The room was very expensive at 254.00 and our room was very small but all period features may have been the luck of the draw. Overall a lovely day and a lovely venue.