Acklam Hall

A magnificent avenue of trees, one kilometre long leading to the Grade 1 listed Acklam Hall built by Sir William Hustler around 1680. The house has notable interior joinery and plasterwork, which have somehow survived its latter 20th-century life as a school. It is now a business centre, wedding venue and restaurant.
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One Reply to “Acklam Hall”

  1. It’s interesting, the avenue of trees is marked on the 17th century Jeffery’s map of north Yorkshire along with the Hall and tiny village of Acklam, without the subsequent urban sprawl.

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