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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
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relaxing999 wrote a review Sep 24
41 contributions22 helpful votes
Stayed with my partner for one night in the Dairy Cottage suite and I’ve gotta say it was gorgeous, I wish we’d stayed longer. It was on 2 levels with a large living area with log fire and bedroom on the top floor, bathroom was spacious with a huge metal bath tub. The best bit was the hot tub in the garden, we really enjoyed it and it was very relaxing and private. In the evening we had drinks and dinner in the Coach house restaurant and the staff were very pleasant and nice. The food was delicious and it was all set up good as tables were not too close. Breakfast in the morning was good too with a good variety to suit everyone. All in all we had a very enjoyable stay and I’m already thinking of rebooking on our Anniversary beginning of next year! this time we intend to stay longer.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Browncat wrote a review Sep 21
Huntingdon9 contributions14 helpful votes
We had a room in the Coach House. The room itself was OK although expensive for the level of comfort and facilities provided. The food in the restaurant was also OK without being remarkable. I had 2 big issues with the hotel: 1) Our room overlooked the central courtyard and the hotel played loud outdoor music from the time we arrived until 11:30 pm. Our room did not have double glazing and we could hear it all the time. At 11:25 pm I cracked and got dressed again to go down and ask them to switch it off. However, just as I was about to leave the room it stopped. 2) Several of the tables in the restaurant were far too close to one another. I was not happy to sit so close to other people for 2 hours in an indoor setting. The maître d' said that they met government guidelines, but then seeing my discomfort went off and found us a more widely spaced table in an overflow room. I suppose my argument with the hotel is that they showed a lack of thought or care for their guests. They are an expensive hotel in a rural setting, there was no reason for them to play loud music or cram people together onto London style tables. I can see that it would be a lovely setting for a wedding if booked for exclusive use. However as a relaxing break for independent guests in times of Covid it just doesn't meet its objectives.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Room Tip: Do not book a room in the Coach House
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Alex wrote a review Sep 18
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Firstly, I can't understand how there have been any negative reviews about this truly spectacular place. We were incredibly lucky to have our room upgraded, however, had that not taken place we still would have had a beautiful stay and I genuinely feel grateful to have found this place. The room was decorated modestly, with lovely finishing touches. The bed - insanely comfortable and the copper bath could have accommodated far more than the two of us. The service was excellent throughout, friendly staff, lovely food and a truly peaceful setting set in immaculate grounds. LOVED IT!
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Date of stay: September 2020
Sflon wrote a review Sep 17
London, United Kingdom9 contributions5 helpful votes
This is a wedding venue, not a hotel. The hotel seems like an afterthought, and they appear to have made carbon copies of the infinitely better Pig Hotel’s cosy rooms, replete with Roberts radios. But despite spending hundreds of pounds for a room, you will be charged for taking so-called complimentary soap. They boast about having 200 acres but it’s really a quarter of that size, apart from the walled garden (clearly made for Instagram clicks but as with everything at Middleton Lodge, has zero ethos), the rest of the grounds is an overgrown, nettle-filled let down. We were hoping to spend a couple days here for my birthday enjoying the grounds, but quickly found there is nothing interesting to do or see on the property. The service here is non-existent. Not something you expect from a 4 or 5 star hotel. And if you do find somebody they are charmless and fairly unhelpful. Good luck getting someone to pick up the phone when you call reception. The food at the coach house was a high point. But was told pre-booking the menu would change daily. It didn’t. The service staff were weirdly aloof and offstandish for a restaurant that if placed in London would be considered unremarkable. At £200++ a night, our bedroom faced the car park. There’s no air conditioning, so expect hot nights of listening to other people crunch across the gravel to their four wheelers or staff greeting each other at 7 in the morning. From what we can see a lot of the rooms are tacked onto main buildings with no consideration of noise or layout. The spa is pretty rubbish and another opportunity for them to flog product at a profit. I would definitely visit the beautiful North Yorkshire area again but I’ll be sure not to waste my money at this charmless place.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Marcus wrote a review Sep 16
Darlington, United Kingdom158 contributions63 helpful votes
We stayed one night for our anniversary, on arrival we were met on Drive by staff who took our temperature and handed over our key so no need to go to reception. We were in the Dovecote Suite at the Dairy, access was via a staircase but what a lovely room, plenty of space, very clean and lovely bathroom. Bed was really comfortable. The fridge had water, milk and orange juice in which was nice. We visited the Coach House for drinks and eat there on the evening. All staff were friendly and helpful, food delicious. This place is a gem on our doorstep and we will definitely go again. I would recommend a visit.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
$230 - $272 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandYorkshireNorth YorkshireRichmond
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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 Duncans Tearoom, The Heifer, and Mocha.
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.