- Children Welcome
- Croquet Lawn
- Complimentary Wifi
- Complimentary toiletries
- Conference Facilities
- Civil Ceremonies
- Clay Pigeon Shooting
- Mountain Biking
- Kitchen Garden
Set within 200 acres of rural North Yorkshire on the historic Middleton Lodge Estate, The Coach House in Richmond is a charming honey-coloured stone building. Dating back to the 18th century, the old estate carriage house has been transformed into an award winning restaurant and hotel. A mix of traditional features with contemporary interiors creates a beautifully unique kind of hotel.
Located just on the outskirts of Richmond, The Coach House is shrouded by gardens and parkland dating back to the Georgian era. With a well-tended Kitchen Garden on its way, the Head Chef at The Coach House Restaurant creates wonderfully fresh, modern British dishes from the very best local ingredients inspired by the ever-changing seasons.
The laid back cocktail bar and casual restaurant can be accessed through the original archways that encase the hotel and provide a relaxed dining experience. Reclaimed timber and tweed-covered seating, mixed with old school benches give the space its own, stylish character.
This is the perfect country retreat for everyone, from food lovers, cyclists, and walkers to those looking for a weekend of relaxation. Spend the day exploring the grounds on the woodland trail or hire one of the estate’s vintage bicycles. For those lazy days, find a quiet spot in in the lounge with your favourite book or a board game, or book yourself a massage or facial at The Treatment Rooms.
The Garden Rooms nuzzle into a picturesque woodland setting, like something from a fairy tale, while the first floor Hayloft rooms overlook the tranquil courtyard and gardens. The restored Farmhouse sits within its own wildly beautiful garden, with six bedrooms, as well as a private living area for its residents.
The beautiful and thoughtful details make The Coach House stand apart, with hints to its heritage and small moments for guests to enjoy, there is a real personal touch in each of the rooms with Roberts radios, Noble Isle toiletries and sumptuous Yorkshire fabrics used throughout.
It comes as no surprise that The Coach House at Middleton Lodge has received many much-deserved awards and accolades since it opened its doors, which include Sunday Telegraph’s Top Ten Hotels for 2014, New Hotel of the Year from the Good Hotel Guide, Sunday Time’s Top Ten Country Hotel, and Mail on Sunday’s Top Five most Romantic Hotels.
If you really want to make the most of your stay at The Coach House, the variety of facilities provide you with all the essentials you need, as well as some unexpected extras.
The Coach House Restaurant is complete with rustic beams, whitewashed walls and stylish interiors the restaurant serves an all-day menu inspired by the Kitchen Garden creating the perfect cosy setting to spend the day. On arrival you’ll be welcomed into the bar, complete with an array of the handpicked wines, spirits, ales and beers. A list of seasonal cocktails will be noted on the large chalkboards, in the summer months enjoy a garden tipple in the courtyard and when the weather cools sip on a winter warmer by the fireside of the snug whilst taking a look at the menu. After a daily forage in the 2-acre Kitchen Garden, Chefs will tailor each menu, inspired by the produce picked that day.
Alongside the Coach House Restaurant lies the latest estate restoration, Forge. Open Wednesday to Saturday for evening reservation only, Head Chef Gareth Rayner has created a 5-course set menu and a nine-course tasting menu inspired by the produce foraged from the estate and local farming community. The innovative and inspiring menus will use unusual ingredients to create flavoursome dishes that will change seasonally. A unique wine pairing had been created to complement each dish and of the menu. The five-course tasting menu is priced at £55 and the nine-course tasting menu will be priced at a guide of £75 per person with optional wine pairing at £45 per person.
The sprawling estate at Middleton Lodge comprises woodland walks, farmland, landscapes gardens and wild meadows, perfect for a game of croquet or even clay pigeon shooting. Vintage bicycles are available at the hotel and are the best way to explore the estate.
If you’re looking for somewhere special to host a business event or meeting, The Coach House is the ideal place, thanks to the residents’ lounge and private dining room, which can seat up to 26 people.
The Treatment Rooms
With a menu of soothing wraps, facials and massages to choose from, guests can indulge in some much needed pampering. Organic and holistic skincare products from REN, VOYA and Kiss the Moon are used to provide you with the ultimate in beauty treatments.
Each of the nine bedrooms at The Coach House is individually designed to reflect the natural surroundings of the estate. Exposed timber beams, roll-top tubs, fresh flowers, woollen fabrics and touches from the estate, all blend together to give each room its own cosy character. Gaze through their original coach house windows across the courtyard and gardens, or from the comforts of your private balcony with views across the gardens.
A gorgeously restored Farmhouse and a short 5-minute walk away from the Coach House, this six bed haven sleeps up to twelve guests and provides a private communal area for it’s residents with cosy, country-chic interiors and accessories. Whether you wish to escape with your loved one, or celebrate with a group of up to 10 extra friends, The Farmhouse is perfect for all occasions.
The smallest building out of the three accommodation, playing host to three bedrooms with similar country-chic interiors and furnishings. Unlike the Farmhouse and Coach House, The Potting Shed boasts a more relaxed, tranquil ambience; hidden within the walls of the delicious Kitchen Garden.