The Brewhouse is a Grade II listed building, dating from the mid-eighteenth century. It is situated within a large cobbled courtyard, with a Grade II listed laundry block to the north and the Grade I listed Beningbrough Hall, clock tower and bell tower to the east. It also lies within a Grade II Registered Park and Garden.
Woodhall designed a scheme for the conversion of the building to form a café, together with the construction of a new building to accommodate toilets and a baby change facility. To suit its sensitive location between the formal gardens and woodland area, it was designed with a mixture of brick and timber clad walls, pitched slate and rooflights to provide natural light to the interior. Woodhall obtained Planning and Listed Building Consent for the work and administered the building contract.