About Nunthorpe Hall
Nunthorpe Hall is a Grade 2 Listed stately home, originally built by the Constable Family in the early 1600’s, now converted and adapted to provide the highest quality Residential Care in the Historic Village of Nunthorpe.
The property stands within extensive grounds of some six and a half acres, and has been sympathetically designed to offer the finest accommodation in the area, allowing residents to enjoy their retirement within the grandest and most spacious day areas available locally. The historic Great Hall with its magnificent balustraded staircase is arguably the most spectacular room in Middlesbrough.
The Hall’s lake and beautiful gardens allow residents and their families to enjoy a lovely summer day in a tranquil location. Nunthorpe Hall also benefits from its own Historic Chapel of St. Mary - residents or families may use the beautiful Chapel whenever they wish.
Alongside our main restaurant, we also offer Afternoon Tea in our elegant French style “Marmaduke’s” Tea Room. Families and friends are always encouraged to join their relatives in Marmaduke’s for tea and cakes.
The original Oak Panelled Eighteenth Century Library is one of the most impressive rooms at Nunthorpe Hall, complete with hand carved door architraves and hand painted Dutch fireplace tiles. A vast selection of reading material is available, and the Library is a peaceful room within which to while away the time reading a newspaper, or simply for arranging to meet friends in a quiet spot for an afternoon chat.
One of the principal benefits of The Hall is its exclusivity. Unlike the huge numbers of people accommodated within standardised purpose built homes, our 25 en-suite single bedrooms are completely individual. Many enjoy original period features and views over the extensive gardens and surrounding countryside. Stunning views of Roseberry Topping can be seen from the lakeside where families of ducks will always appreciate any bread that is offered!