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Midgley Lodge Hotel

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  • Excellent20%
  • Very good46%
  • Average14%
  • Poor16%
  • Terrible4%
See why so many travellers make Midgley Lodge Hotel their motel of choice when visiting Wakefield. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a family-friendly setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you. Guest rooms include a telephone, a desk, and a seating area. In addition, guests can enjoy a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests, and Midgley Lodge Hotel makes getting online easy, with free wifi. Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Sandal Castle (7.8 km) and Nostell Priory and Parkland (9.3 km), guests of Midgley Lodge Hotel can easily experience some of Wakefield's most well known attractions. While staying at Midgley Lodge Hotel, you may want to check out Luigi's Pizzeria (1.6 km) which is a short walk away. During your visit, be sure to check out Black Bull, which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the motel. We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Midgley Lodge Hotel as you experience all of the things Wakefield has to offer.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Golf Course
Free Parking
Wheelchair Access
Non-Smoking Hotel
Room features
Non-Smoking Rooms
Family Rooms
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Getting there
Leeds-Bradford Airport27 km
Doncaster Sheffield Airport42 km
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Peter B
Reviewed 24 Oct 2018via mobile
Sadly we had an horrid stay here. We visited the area and stayed here for 1 night. At around 60 pounds we thought it looked nice, but sadly it wasn’t worth 6 pounds.

Our main problem was the room - lots of issues and faults - to the extent we didn’t get much sleep at all. The general staff were nice, but when we have feedback when we checked out the management staff were very rude indeed.... it sounds like we caught one of the owners/brothers on a bad day, but no excuse.

Such a shame
Thank Peter B
Bolton, United Kingdom
Reviewed 13 Aug 2018
Stayed for the 2 nights with breakfast and unlimited golf deal , basic but good value.
Sarah and the team looked after us and we enjoyed it for the second year running
Really need to get a local pub( within a few miles) on board with deals/discounts or even FREE taxi fare for evening meal/drinks as the pub the Black Bull next door is still closed and no sign of it opening up again.
suggest the Kaye Arms or the British Oak both good pubs and good food
Thank GaryGazebo
Susie T
Reviewed 8 Jan 2018
We arrived at the hotel having driven from Bristol to find we couldn't get my husband's wheelchair into either of the two "accessible" rooms (one was the designated accessible room) the latter room access requires getting up a 4 inch kerb (no dropped access available unusual in my experience for a golf establishment) across a short pavement area and then another 4 inch step into the room doorway. The pavement area is not quite wide enough to turn/manoeuvre a wheelchair 90 degrees and a ramp not being able to straddle the step up from the parking level to the step into the room. Our own specialist suitcase ramp would not have coped with this either. The bed in the disabled room is a double being two divans braced together horizontally with no clearance for a hoist underneath. You would need 6 elephant feet to raise the bed and we only had 4 with us! The family room has a 4 inch step which could be ramped but then has a 90 degree narrow dog leg entrance into the room which you cannot physically turn the wheelchair into either a manual or, as we have, an electric chair. The young lady Sarah on reception was so sorry that we had been let us down and was very helpful in trying to get us alternative accommodation. Sarah couldn't have done anything more other than with a magic wand. She also called us the following morning to see if we had got on alright at the other hotel we had managed to find) which fortunately we had. Also disappointing that the owner when making the booking in December was telling us that guests ate at the pub next door but had not told us it had been closed since last July for renovation work!! My husband who had been looking forward to a pint and a meal there, as he had been to the pub on a number of occasions in the past, was very disappointed. Nothing wrong with the location and the rooms seemed to be quite good from what we saw just not what we required. So very disappointed that the access facilities were not suitable even when the management had been advised that we had a large electric wheelchair and that we would be bringing our own hoist with us. Being creative comes naturally now but physical barriers are sometimes insurmountable and to be also told that the pub was closed was the final blow although apparently there is a good Italian restaurant that delivers! I am sure this hotel would be a lovely venue and wouldn't have any qualms staying there on a different trip but sadly just not suitable on this occasion. Hopefully this will be helpful for anyone else who needs a specific level of accessibility as even the public rooms have small steps for access.
Thank Susie T
Goring-on Thames, United Kingdom
Reviewed 4 Jan 2018via mobile
My second stay this year and I can honestly say I wouldn’t stay anywhere else when visiting in the future. Rooms are clean and spacious, staff are friendly. There is a easy access to taxi services. Couldn’t have asked for more.
Thank mamabear9216
York, United Kingdom
Reviewed 19 Nov 2017via mobile
To be honest I wasn’t expecting great things for this little guest house but it was a great little place and the young lady on reception was fantastic and she even served up a great breakfast. I left here pleasantly surprised and wouldn’t hesitate to recommend it
1 Thank michaellongley
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Room Tips
"Not readily wheelchair accessible"
8 Jan 2018
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"Think our room was room 1."
28 Apr 2016
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"Top Floor is better with small children I would think we had room 7-8"
17 Mar 2015
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"Nice steakhouse next door to the Motel."
7 Nov 2014
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US$69 - US$83 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
United KingdomEnglandYorkshireWest YorkshireWakefield
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