The Clubhouse is an imposing Jacobean Hall which has survived with many of the original features still intact. The main corridor which, still has the original York stone floor, houses the original staircase that has recently had its walls stripped of plaster to reveal the original timber frame.
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The oak-panelled Dining Hall, with its enormous fireplace and carved lintel house the main clock which dates back to 1652. The winding of the clock, every two days , was part and parcel of the Professional's contract. The Dining Hall is used for both visitors and members and holds in the region of 60 diners. It is ideal for lunches, dinners, and receptions offering a wide range of catering and menu packages to suit all tastes and budgets.
Dining is also possible in The “Smoke” room and the casual bar – depending upon the occasion.
Bars and Lounge
The formal bar, Dartmouth lounge and casual bar (i.e. 19th / Spike bar) all make ideal areas for a quiet drink before and after golf as well as central meeting places for visiting societies, teams and casual golfers. A warm Woodsome welcome from staff and members is always guaranteed. Well-kept hand-pulled beers, wines and spirits together with freshly-prepared sandwiches and bar snacks are available, daily, from 11.30 am.
During the summer months, the courtyard is a popular place to unwind with a beer whilst taking in the stunning beauty of the clubhouse.