North Yorkshire, United Kingdom

The Coach House at Middleton Lodge

Rates from (ex tax)$164.86

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (GBP160.00), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.

Garden Room

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $24.73 for adults - $24.73 for ages 0 to 4 - $24.73 for ages 5 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
Each of the Coach House’s five 35sqm Garden Rooms has its own private area of the courtyard garden, furnished with a table and chairs and overlooking the paddock and croquet lawn towards the fields beyond. Inside, there’s a king-size bed and a desk area, and access to a spacious metro-tiled bathroom with Noble Isle bath products and a freestanding roll-top tub with a shower (one Garden Room, designed for mobility-impaired guests, has a walk-in shower). These rooms also have flatscreen TVs, DVD players, iPod docks, free WiFi and tea and coffee facilities.

Hayloft

  • 2adults
The three 25sq m Hayloft rooms on the first floor overlook the Coach House’s main courtyard and its ornamental gardens, with views of the farm and fields beyond. Two of the rooms have big round windows over the wooded driveway. Each has a king-size bed and a metro-tiled ensuite with Noble Isle bath products: two rooms have roll-top bath tubs with showers in the bathroom, one has a freestanding bath tub in the bedroom for champagne-aided TV-watching while you soak. All three Hayloft rooms also have flatscreen TVs, DVD players, iPod docks, free WiFi and tea and coffee facilities.

The Tack Room

  • 2adults
  • 1extra bed - $24.73 for adults - $24.73 for ages 0 to 4 - $24.73 for ages 5 to 16
  • AND
  • 1crib - free for ages 0 to 2
The Coach House’s largest bedroom is a 50sq m ground-floor hideaway with views over the courtyard, croquet lawn and paddock. There’s a king-size bed, a sofa and a wood-burning stove for added cosiness. The ensuite bathroom almost as big as the bedroom, with an endearingly mismatched blue and white-tiled wall, its own fireplace and a collection of antique shaving mirrors. Two sinks are mounted on a chunky oak shelf spanning the length of the room and lined with Noble Isle products, opposite a huge walk-in shower and a freestanding bath with views over the paddock. The Tack Room has a flatscreen TVs, DVD players, iPod dock, free WiFi and tea and coffee facilities.