The remodelling of this Grade II Listed Building included the refurbishment of the existing basement swimming pool and extending the space for a spa and sauna facility.
First opened in June 1900, this Grade II Listed Building takes pride of place on the headland overlooking Fistral beach in Newquay. The hotel is steeped in history, becoming a WW2 RAF hospital and in the 80’s used as the set for the film The Witches.
Jubb were appointed in February 2011 as the Engineers for the project to extensively remodel the hotel’s leisure and conference facilities.
The overall project is spread over seven phases, with a year on year staggered build programme. The works include a spa and leisure facility within the existing basement, a new outdoor swimming pool to the north of the hotel, an underground car park to the east and a subterranean conference facility to the south of the hotel.
Phase one started on site in September 2011 and Phase two a year later. Both phases comprise of refurbishing the existing basement swimming pool and extending the basement out to the west, overlooking Fistral Beach, forming space for a spa and sauna facility.
Jubb is responsible for all structural and civil engineering for all phases.