Buxton Crescent Hotel & Thermal Spa

Buxton Crescent Hotel & Thermal Spa

The project is to save the nationally important Buxton Crescent built in 1780/1790 by John Carr of York for the fifth Duke of Devonshire.

Project overview:

In partnership with CP Holdings Ltd, High Peak Borough Council and Derbyshire County Council, Trevor Osborne Property Group are to restore the Grade I listed Buxton Crescent to offer a luxury thermal spa hotel. The hotel will offer 80 luxurious bedrooms and suites and a thermal spa experience that will be one of only two natural mineral water spa facilities in Britain.

The spectacular Assembly Room and Card Room will be restored to their former glory and both will be open to the public for concerts, events and as function suites for visitors and residents to enjoy. Other elements of the project include a new separate restaurant in the Pump Room and retail shops in the Colonnade.

Grants totalling £30million have been secured from The Heritage Lottery Fund, D2N2 Local Enterprise Parternship, English Heritage, Derbyshire County Council and High Peak Borough Council to create the 80 room, five star hotel, thermal water spa, shops and restaurants. The Company has financed development costs to date in respect of the £46 million project.

The Company has extended its local ownership by the acquisition of the Old Hall Hotel and the George Mansions.