Eden Hall Spa


Eden Hall Spa began with the restoration and conversion of a Grade II* listed house constructed in 1872-75 with French renaissance and venetian gothic influences.

Our clients vision was to see the expansion of the existing complex, linking together existing elements to create a destination spa in the heart of the countryside.

The historic elements of the main building were restored to create a welcoming entrance area, formal dining space and spa facilities. A large conservatory was constructed to the frontage as a re-creation of the original glasshouse lost in 1942 when a Lancaster bomber exploded on a nearby airfield.

Further projects have seen various additions to the buildings and grounds, making the spa amongst the most popular in the UK, as seen through extensive coverage in the press.

Future plans for the site include a 48-bedroom accommodation wing, enclosing the rear of the site to create a landscaped courtyard, for which planning permission was recently granted.