In line with England Golf guidelines, the Clubhouse remains closed. We envisage offering outdoor catering subject to the rule of 6 from Monday 12th April. We hope to offer indoor catering from 17th April subject to the rule of 6.
A Warm Welcome
A warm welcome awaits you in the clubhouse, which has all the characteristics of a traditional golf club, with prizewinners' boards and golfing memorabilia on the walls.
Relax after your game with a drink and a snack in The Harry Colt Spike Bar or on the Terrace, or enjoy a full meal in the Restaurant. Our staff are dedicated to make your day both enjoyable and memorable.
The clubhouse is open at 7.30 a.m. and coffee and bacon rolls are available. Lunch is served from 11.30 a.m. Tea/coffee and homemade cakes, toast/toasted tea cakes with jams and much more are available throughout the day. A selection of full breakfasts are available by advance request. The House Manager and Head Chef is William Virley and the Head Steward is Rob Powell-Thomas. Both are available on 01883 712274.
Please click the link to view a gallery of photographs from the clubhouse.
Harry Colt Spike Bar
The 'Harry Colt' Spike Bar where you can have a drink, before or after your round. Rob Powell-Thomas, the Head Steward and his team will be delighted to serve you from the wide selection of drinks available.
The Lounge provides a more spacious setting to enjoy a drink, coffee or afternoon tea. It has access to the bar, the dining room and the terrace. In winter, the log fire provides a warm welcome from the chill outside.
The Dining Room
The Dining Room, where "The Tandridge Lunch" is served under the expert eye of William Virley, the House Manager and Head Chef. The four courses of traditional British fayre are increasingly acknowledged as being amongst the very best golf club lunches across the country. The traditional dining room can accommodate up to 80 people.
The Gallery Restaurant and Balcony
The Gallery Restaurant and Balcony provides an extensive variety of foods from snacks to full meals to cater for the needs of any golfer at lunch time on our visitors days. There are views across the back nine holes.
The Terrace is an outdoor stone-flagged seating area between the clubhouse and the putting green. In fine weather, it is always a delight to relax here, with a drink amongst friends and to enjoy the views.