Middleton Lodge House & Grounds
Middleton Lodge is a charming private country house in rural North Yorkshire. Set in 250 acres of private country parkland, it was designed in 1780 by architect John Carr of York and built by Leonard Hartley in 1780 as a family home and still retains many untouched original features. The Estate forms a typical and unusually complete Georgian estate comprising of the main house, coach house, stables, Victorian greenhouses, kennels, walled garden, gardeners cottages, gatehouse, farmhouse, secret garden and well.
Owned by the Allison family for over 30 years they hope you will treat Middleton Lodge as your own home for the duration of your stay.
There are 17 spacious bedrooms with modern bathrooms which blend seamlessly with the original design and features of the house. The main house has a huge kitchen, dramatic dining room, Gun Room Bar, family sitting room, drawing room, library & snooker room, entrance hallway, stunning central hall with a sweeping staircase and in the cellar - home of The Cellar Door Supper Club, you’ll find the cellar bar, cinema and private dining room.
We are currently renovating the estate with plans to include a restaurant, boutique hotel within the stables and the restoration of the kitchen gardens.