Middleton Lodge is one of my most favourite venues in Yorkshire. The gorgeous Georgian country estate has the most stunning example of a Georgian mansion with beautiful windows and a sweeping staircase. Wedding can take place inside the house or on the lawn in the garden. Then to the marquee around the side overlooking the countryside.
Perhaps my most favourite part of the estate though is the walled kitchen garden and Fig House. If you are like me and love plants and have a passion for flowers then the walled garden will take your breath away. The garden was brought back to life by critically acclaimed landscape designer, Tom Stuart Smith. The garden is set over two-acres with paths flowing through the beautiful blooms and seasonal produce. The gardens are also cleverly planted and maintained so that they looks mesmerising in all seasons.
The Fig House with its beautiful Georgian windows and doors is flooded with light and has been so tastefully brought back to life with its exposed plaster and brickwork. It has undergone just the right amount of sympathetic renovation to bring it right up to date for the contemporary couple seeking an elegant, laidback vibe. Huge doors and windows lead out to the ultimate gem, the two acre walled kitchen gardens. Honey coloured stone leads out onto the beautiful gardens. While the three potting sheds are discreetly towards the back of the garden.
If you are planning your wedding at Middleton Lodge I would love to hear from you, please do get in touch.