The dining room is the largest and best room in the clubhouse. Notable features are the high vaulted ceiling with oak beams and a standing gallery at one end. There is also a large inglenook fireplace where hangs, incongruously to some but much loved by others, a large original painting of a clipper ship by Claude Grahame Muncaster.
The dining room can be laid to any format but 92 persons is the largest number that can be accommodated and properly served when all are seated with full place settings.A typical range of general and created menus is shown opposite.
The clubhouse provides formal dining in the galleried main dining room together with informal eating in the conservatory area, or in summer on the terrace overlooking the practice putting green, with fine views across the first and 18th holes....More