October opening for North Yorkshire boutique hotel

George Sell By George Sell
12 August 2014 | Updated 12 August 2014

UK: The Coach House at Middleton Lodge, in Richmond, North Yorkshire, is set to open in October after a £2 million renovation.

UK: The Coach House at Middleton Lodge, in Richmond, North Yorkshire, is set to open in October after a £2 million renovation.

Situated in the grounds of Middleton Lodge, a Georgian manor house, the nine-bedroom Coach House has been created from the estate's old stable block, and will also feature a 2,000 square foot restaurant.

James Allison, owner of Middleton Lodge, said: "The Coach House has been a labour of love for all of the Middleton Lodge team. We are so excited to launch and share our stunning estate with our guests. Throughout the transformation process we wanted to make sure that the restaurant and hotel felt contemporary and relaxed, but that its traditional soul was still retained."

"It was vital to keep as many of the original features as possible, filling each room with quirky antiques and original pieces created by local craftsmen. Supporting local suppliers and artists from across the region in this way is something that truly sits at the heart of The Coach House," he added.

Garth Rayner, head chef of the Coach House's 'estate-to-table' restaurant, said: "I am so excited to get started. I have so many plans to make sure it's the best I can create every day, which will entail redeveloping menus not just in my first few weeks, but on a daily basis."

www.middletonlodge.co.uk/coach-house-hotel/

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