Denham’s wonderful clubhouse dates back to the sixteenth century when it formed part of an original farmhouse building complex.
The old brick buildings, leaded windows, oak beamed ceilings and comfortable furnishings reflect the ambiance of a private members’ golf club of a bygone age.
Visitors frequently comment on the very high standard of the food and excellent personal service.
The Bar is full of character and exudes a warmth that is rarely felt in golf clubs today. With low dark oak beams and a well-stocked bar, it is conducive to relaxing and enjoying a drink with friends. An extensive menu of tasty bar-snacks is also available.
The Dining Room
Located in the centre of the building, the great dining hall with its high beamed ceiling and trophy collection on the walls is unique.
Considered by many to serve some of the finest golf club food in the country, Denham’s dining room can comfortably accommodate up to 100 people.
An eclectic mix of traditional and modern dishes are offered, ranging from a delicious selection of starters to the very popular roasts and old favourites like home-made treacle tart and bread and butter pudding.
There is also an extensive wine list that caters for all palates.
The Sheridan Room
Named in memory of John Sheridan, the very popular and much respected Golf Professional who served the Club for a period of over fifty years until 1998, the Sheridan Room is comfortably furnished and can be an oasis of calm.
The room is popular for drinks receptions and for smaller dinner parties and celebrations for up to 40 people. It is also used for Bridge and for viewing major sporting events.
It is both cosy in winter with its log fire burning and cool in summer with its doors opening out on to the Terrace.
The extensive and well appointed Terrace looks out over the putting green and the golf course.
It is a great place to enjoy a drink or a bar snack with friends on nice days, is a great place for pre-lunch or pre-dinner drinks, and is a popular setting for BBQ lunches in the summer.