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Middleton Lodge

Middleton Lodge Kneeton Lane, Richmond DL10 6NJ England
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Middleton Lodge is a private Georgian country estate near Richmond, North Yorkshire. The main house is available for exclusive hire as your own country mansion. The Coach House restaurant with rooms is now open within the Georgian estate as a chic country retreat.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free breakfast
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Facial treatments
Bar / lounge
Complimentary instant cofffee
Special diet menus
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
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Coffee / tea maker
Flatscreen TV
Hair dryer
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Bridal suite
Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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Weece wrote a review Jan 2021
United Kingdom394 contributions76 helpful votes
We booked the Potting Shed for our stay. The room was spacious and very comfortable. Overall it was clean but there was a bit of rust running down the side of one of the sinks. The decor was so lovely and fitted well with the feel of the hotel, we really like the relaxed modern country style. The grounds are beautiful and peaceful. Our favourite part was the walled garden, where we saw chefs out harvesting vegetables for the restaurant. As we came here during covid times the restaurant had booked a table each night for us and we were able to change time, add extra guests or cancel on the day - the staff were accommodating. We got an excellent standard of service from the waiting staff. We advised the hotel my husband was vegan and the waiting staff remembered, advising him what dishes were suitable and what could be altered. The food was excellent - impressed with both breakfast and dinner. We would just say that a larger menu or daily specials would be good as, if we did eat here each night, it would get a bit boring. With such a lovely walled garden the kitchen must be able to come up with more veggie/ vegan options. We felt well looked after and very covid safe. Our one criticism would be the reception staff, they did not wear face masks and just seemed annoyed they had to work. When you go to pay your very large hotel bill it would be nice for the reception staff to be welcoming as they take your money.
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Date of stay: August 2020
Jim wrote a review Jan 2021
Tockwith, United Kingdom1 contribution1 helpful vote
So after being told due to tier restrictions we would not be able to spend Xmas with our family who live in the south of the country we decided to book a last minute Xmas getaway to Middleton Lodge. I have to say it made our year, everything was perfect. The accommodation was amazing, hot tub included! The food was excellent. The service was excellent also, everything ran smoothly. On learning that we would be bringing our 11 month, Middleton Lodge even left a small present (set of mini books) as a Xmas present for her. The price is obviously on the higher side but don't let this put you off, it was worth every penny and we are considering coming back next Xmas even if everything has returned to normal. Thank you to everyone at Middleton Lodge, Happy New Year!
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Date of stay: December 2020
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squidge66 wrote a review Dec 2020
Yorkshire Dales National Park, United Kingdom16 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed one night in the "milk parlour" and it was amazing. The room has been beautifully converted from a mumber if traditional farm buildings and includes some original features. It appeared plain at first glance but when we started having a proper look around we found a great selection of drinks in the fridge, a cafetiere with ground coffee, nespresso machine and good selection of teas. The bathroom was well stocked with lovely toiletries. Gorgeous roll top bath, very powerful shower, 2 huge sink basins and underfloor heating throughout. The bed was massive and comfy, there was a log burner stocked with kindling and logs just waiting to be lit. The huge chandelier and oversized bedside lamps provided an elegant touch. Dinner was great with a very good menu - lots of choices. Fab wine menu to suit many tastes. A very relaxed ambience with candles on table, relaxing music and very good service. Breakfast was faultless, beautifully presented and very tasty. The outside drinking area, under a cover was a special treat with gas heaters, twinkly lights, fire pit and pizza oven. Minor issues were: not being given our welcome pack and key on arrival at the gatehouse meant that we were inconvenienced regarding having to visit reception instead and relocate our car. The room was very warm throughout our stay (22 degrees), too warm to sleep and couldn't figure out how to adjust it (instructions would be helpful) The settee had crumbs on it. All in all it was a fantastic stay, very relaxing. Did not want to leave!
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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LinzMcM wrote a review Nov 2020
North-East England106 contributions39 helpful votes
What a perfect place to escape the world for a night. I booked the Dairy Cottage as an anniversary treat. We were greeted at the gates with a temperature check and were handed to keys to the room meaning we could get into our room earlier than we had expected. The room is out of this world - it comes with a hefty price tag but I felt it was worth a special treat. The outdoor hot tub made it even more luxurious and we also used the indoor bath the following day. The room was warm and extremely comfortable. Loved the little touches like the music playing softly as we entered the room. We ate in the Coach House as part of the Dinner, Bed and Breakfast. The menu was stunning and made it hard to choose but we were both happy with our fish dishes. The ambiance of this place was just right. We tried to find the entrance to the Walled Garden the next day on a stroll around the grounds but couldn’t see it ... oh well, guess we’ll have to come back and find it another time!
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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TeamAC13 wrote a review Oct 2020
Wakefield, United Kingdom296 contributions81 helpful votes
Booked a last minute break and having never heard of Middleton Lodge was somewhere new to try. Only 1 room left (standard) and took advantage of the special Autumn offer of £219 dinner bed and breakfast. Arrived onto the huge, wooded estate and after temperatures taken given key and welcome pack and parked up. We were staying in the Coach House and a stunning canopied, fairy lit courtyard awaited us before and headed up to our hayloft room ‘Adventurer’ If this was ‘standard’ the other rooms must be exquisite! Vaulted, beamed ceiling, unique themed furniture, king size bed with white crisp linen, fridge with juice/water/fresh milk, Nespresso, iron, hairdryer, Roberts radio - everything you would expect from a boutique hotel. The bathroom was gorgeous- roll top bath and walk in shower, huge sink, fluffy robes and towels and absolutely beautiful toiletries (I’m in love with the Rhubarb hand wash!) After enjoying some relaxing in the room, headed down for a G&T under the patio heaters before going to our table in the restaurant. Again, tastefully and immaculately decorated in a lovely building. Dinner was perfect: £40 allowance as part of the offer meant we gorged ourselves on sour dough and crackling nibbles; fish cakes and lamb flatbread starters; fantastic sea bream and cod mains; plus a delightful apple brioche and brownie sundae. Timed really well and a thoroughly enjoyable experience. After a good nights sleep, headed down for breakfast which again was delicious and a little different from the norm: huevos rancheros and poached egg with sweet potato, chilli and lime. Washed down with juice and coffee. A real bonus was our morning walking round the grounds - really glad of a crisp autumn morning to enjoy the fabulous vegetable walled garden and the woodland walk. We will definitely be back pre-Christmas, hopefully to enjoy a stay in the Dairy and to enjoy the grounds in the winter. Can’t wait!
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Date of stay: October 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Frequently Asked Questions about Middleton Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Middleton Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Georgian Theatre Royal (4.8 miles), Green Howards Museum (4.9 miles), and Easby Abbey (4.7 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Middleton Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Middleton Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Middleton Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Middleton Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Mocha, The Heifer, and The Coach House at Middleton Lodge.
Are pets allowed at Middleton Lodge?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Middleton Lodge offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to meeting rooms and a banquet room during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Middleton Lodge?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Easby Abbey (4.7 miles), Tees Cottage Pumping Station (4.9 miles), and Stanwick Iron Age Fortifications (4.4 miles).
Is Middleton Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and reduced mobility rooms. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.