About us



The Oldlodge

The Old Lodge is a stunning Tudor mansion set in beautiful grounds, on the edge of the historic Market town of Malton, near Pickering, North Yorkshire There is a cosy wood panelled bar with a real fire, an excellent restaurant with a choice of menus and a lovely terrace for outside dining, with extensive lawns and comfortable garden seating. Tea, good coffee and clotted cream scones are available all day. We have 20 fabulous en-suite rooms in The Lodge, all with TV, tea and coffee facilities.

History



Malton is a historic market town situated just north of the river Derwent in North Yorkshire. The building remains date back to 71AD when a Roman auxiliary Fort called Deventio was built on the land and a large civilian settlement developed in the south of the river. The Old Lodge Hotel is situated west of these remains, known locally as ‘Orchard Fields’ on land that was part of Malton Castle. Malton Castle was a wooden castle built in 1138 after the Norman invasion as a temporary measure to occupy the land they had captured and then rebuilt in stone by Eustace De Vescy. It was an important castle in its days and welcomed Richard the Lionheart in 1189, visited by Edward II in 1307 and by Robert the Bruce in 1322 however shortly after the great house of De Vescy fell to ruin along with the castle.Upon Lord William Eure receiving his title in 1544 he inherited the land. The Eure family had a long history with the area; William’s son Ralph, born in 1510, defended Scarborough Castle against the Pilgrimage of Grace in 1536 and became Warden of the East Marches. He was also involved in the burning of Edinburgh in 1544, famously commemorated in Sir Walter Scott’s poem ‘Lord Eurie’.In 1569 Ralph, 3rd Lord Eure built a new house on the site where the castle stood, now known as ‘Castle Gardens’. The house was then rebuilt in a much grander style in 1602...

Tourism and things to do in the area



If you simply want to chill out and relax, or enjoy a fabulous fun filled family adventure, there's no shortage of things to do in North Yorkshire. Yorkshire is friendly and relaxing, and full of simple pleasures, nostalgic delights and great value indulgence. Why not explore the beauty of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, either by car, on foot, or by bicycle?


Useful Links



Contact The Old Lodge for details on hiring The Old Lodgings for your next golfing trip. We have many golfers return year on year from as far a field of Scotland.

Our Staff



We consider our staff to be our greatest asset. Our manager is Eileen Lowery, and she is backed up by an enthusiastic, caring and well trained staff team who are keen to make your stay at The Old Lodge a delightful experience in every way. We have a dedicated wedding manager, Nicola Evans, who is only too happy to help plan, organise and co-ordinate your perfect day. Our staff are a mix of ages and levels of experience to help offer you a vibrant and enjoyable experience. Our head Chef has many years of experience and believes in using local, seasonal produce and cooking it in a way that shows off its natural quality and flavour. The Old Lodge is a place that you will want to return to again and again.