Multimillion pound refurb of Acklam Hall nears completion


 The multimillion pound transformation of the historic Acklam Hall in Middlesborough is nearing closer to completion.

Plans were announced in 2015 to relaunch the grade I listed property as a new restaurant and wedding venue, consisting of four function suites for weddings and other events, plus 18 serviced offices and meeting room facilities.

Since then, Acklam Hall has undergone an 18 month renovation process, with some rooms being restored to their original form, and the new venue will be ready to open its doors in February.

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The new restaurant will be named The Brierley, after the architect Walter Brierley who designed a number of elements in the building in 1912.

Other rooms to make note of at Acklam Hall will be The Drawing Room, which will be available for large parties of up to 120 guests; The Parlour, which will be used for private dining and civil ceremonies and The Boudoir, set to be used for smaller functions and celebrations.