Middlethorpe Hall, York, is a William III country house, set in 20 acres of its own gardens and parkland. Built in 1699, it was once the home of the famous diarist, Lady Mary Wortley Montague.
After a period of neglect, Middlethorpe Hall was purchased and restored by Historic House Hotels who also own Hartwell House, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, and Bodysgallen Hall, North Wales. The house is now decorated with antiques and fine pictures carefully chosen as consistent with the period of the house. The gardens and parkland have also been restored and include ha ha's, a white garden, a walled garden, a small lake and some beautiful specimen trees. The comfortable and fully equipped bedrooms, each decorated individually, are both in the house and in the attractively restored 18th century courtyard next to it. There are several room types ranging from single rooms to a deluxe suite in the main house. Ten of the rooms are in the main house, seventeen in the 18th Century classical courtyard, as well as a garden suite and two suites in an adjacent cottage.
- Service dogs allowed
- Black & White photocopying
- Currency exchange
- Designated car parking spaces for guests with disabilities
- Dry Cleaning / Laundry Service
- Fax service
- Flip Charts
- Free car park
- Fully Equipped Gymnasium
- Left Luggage / Storage Facilities
- Lounge / Bar
- Steam Room
- Swimming Pool