Hassop Hall is a Grade II* listed country house hotel. Located within the Peak Park conservation area. The recorded history of Hassop reaches back 900 years to the Domesday Book.

The works were phased over a period of twelve years including the restoration of the Brewhouse and Buttery / Ballroom range, provision of disabled access including a lead and oak clad lift tower, Restoration of an 18th century Camellia House with associated landscaping, external lighting and access provision.

The Brewhouse and Buttery range which were derelict are now immaculately and beautifully restored to Ballroom and bar areas for weddings and functions with associated service areas of kitchens, toilets, plant rooms. The Camellia House which collapsed five years ago are now being re-built and converted into six hotel-suites, based upon archive research, sustainability, and economic criteria.

Bench Architects provided full architectural services. The restoration of Brewhouse and Buttery / Ballroom and the Camellia House are of high architectural calibre and dramatically detailed and they form an important and intrinsic component of the Hassop Halls architecture. Their previous ruinous state detracted from the overall aesthetics of the site.