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Acklam Hall

The only Grade I listed building in Middlesbrough, a beautiful venue for weddings, events, fine dining and office accommodation.

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    • Residential area
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    • Space available for hire/meetings/parties

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Inspected: 25-Jan-2018
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The only Grade I listed building in Middlesbrough, Acklam Hall is soon to be a beautiful venue for weddings, events, fine dining and office accommodation.

Completed in 1683, the building belonged to Sir William Hustler, a draper, and was built on land purchased by his grandfather, also William Hustler, from Sir Francis Boynton. Both names will be familiar to anyone who attended Hustler or Boynton schools, which were both located in the area.

As well as retaining the stunning features which contribute to the building’s Listed status, including the magnificent staircase, ornate ceiling reliefs, domed skylight and painted ceiling decorations, the redeveloped Hall also keeps subtle nods to its history.

The Bvsiness Rooms, offer high quality physical and virtual office space, reference a room within the original Acklam Hall, named by William Hustler. In the classical Latin alphabet, the V-shaped letter stands for both the vowel ‘U’ and the consonant ‘V’.

The dining experience will recreate Middlesbrough’s first Grand House, and The Brierley (named after Walter Brierley of York, the architect responsible for adding the extension to the house in 1912) will serve delicious homemade dishes from local produce, just as the family’s cooks would have done centuries ago.

Visitors can also take advantage of the Salon for a coffee and cake, lunch with friends or an informal business meeting.

Acklam Hall will be licensed to host weddings, with ceremonies taking place in the elegant Parlour, as well as catering for conferences and private functions including birthday parties, engagement parties and christenings.