RESTORATION OF LANDMARK BUILDING
The Spa Chalet is a landmark building in Scarborough’s south bay, nestled in splendid isolation at the end of the Spa Footbridge. It was constructed in 1860 as a residence for the Manager of the Spa and designed, somewhat incongruously, to resemble an alpine chalet. A Grade II Listed building, it has retained all of it’s elaborate timber fretwork, both internally and externally. Within the constraints of the building’s listed status, the Spa Chalet has now been beautifully restored to create a large comfortable house with five en suite bedrooms. The previous usable accommodation was all located at first floor level, which took advantage of the fabulous coastal and harbour views that Scarborough is famous for. With judicious design, the accommodation has now been radically enhanced by the conversion of the partially subterranean lower ground floor store rooms into three en suite bedrooms. The interior décor throughout is soft and warm. The conservatory and kitchen evoke childhood memories of sunny beach chalets. The fabulous location, breathtaking views and quirky architecture all make the redesigned Spa Chalet a truly unique building.