Zetland Hotel

The Zetland Hotel is a hidden Victorian gem, and a year-long restoration programme has seen the building restored to its former glory. Craven Dunnill Jackfield supplied wall tiles to match the original Craven Dunnill tiles that had been damaged, particularly at doorway areas and around windows. Our team visited site to take moulds and colour-match the originals in-situ, to ensure no original pieces had to be removed and that the replacements would perfectly match in terms of colour and size.

Long regarded as one of the North East’s most notable establishments, the Zetland Hotel has now been lovingly restored and adds a sense of character and charm that has long been missed in Middlesbrough’s town centre. Built c. 1860, the Grade II Listed Building is noted for its special architecture and historic interest.