Welcome back to your Colliton Club!
The Colliton Club would like to welcome back members and guests on its reopening after the lockdown.
The club will be operating different opening hours as follows: Monday and Tuesday – closed all day during September (to be reviewed on October 1st). Open Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday mornings 10am til 2pm and 6pm til 11pm Wednesday to Saturday evenings. Sunday 12 til 3 with light snacks available.
Food will be available both morning and evening but with a slightly reduced menu. We have a meal deal available on Fridays. (See poster)
Outside seating is available and a one way system will be in operation.
Please make sure you have your membership card available as all members and guests visiting the club will be recorded as per government advice.
One metre social distancing will be in place so please adhere to this while visiting the club. The Maumbury Bar is now open with a bright new look after re-decoration has taken place.
Come and see us for mid-morning coffee, a wide range of home-cooked food and a fully stocked bar including a selection of real ales.
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Colliton Club & Bar
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 2.30pm & 6.30pm – Late
Saturday 10am – 2.30pm & 6.30pm – Late
*Sunday 12pm – 2pm (Once a month)
*We are open for a delicious sunday Roast (usually on the 1st Sunday of the month, but this date may change, so please follow our facebook page for the latest updates)
The building housing dates back to the 16th-17th century. It is a grade 2 listed building containing some fine 16th century panelling and an 18th century staircase.
Colliton House featured in Thomas Hardy’s Mayor of Casterbridge, as High Place Hall, the home of Lucette Templeman (Lucette Le Seuer), one of the main characters in the novel.