Middleton Lodge is a Georgian country estate wedding venue in North Yorkshire. Built in 1780 as a family home by the architect John Carr, it is a classic example of a Palladian country house. The estate is set in 200 acres of our own beautiful English countryside, with views across North Yorkshire.
Weddings in The Main House
Middleton Lodge is an 18th century Georgian country mansion. Set in its own private gardens with views across the Cleveland Hills. The house has four reception rooms and 16 guest bedrooms arranged around a sweeping staircase. The house is still a family home, and is only available for exclusive private hire and occasional events.
Fig House Weddings
Designed by critically acclaimed landscape designer, Tom Stuart Smith, the Walled Garden is a private two-acre garden filled with home grown produce and seasonal blooms. Overlooking The Walled Garden is the recently restored, Fig House, the latest wedding venue for the estate.
The Fig House can host up to 120 guests for your ceremony and 130 guests for your wedding breakfast with exclusive use of the Boiler House Bar and three Potting Shed bedrooms