The Colliton Club & Bar is a great venue catering for all types of events, meetings and parties.
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.
Current Opening Hours
Monday and Tuesday evening: closed
Monday – Saturday: 10am – 2pm
Wednesday- Saturday: 6pm – 10pm
Sunday: Noon – 3 pm (light snacks available)
Home cooked food will be available both morning and evening but with a slightly reduced menu. We have a meal deal available on Fridays. Specials also available during the week. (See board displayed in the club).

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 and the wearing of face masks until seated will be in place so please adhere to this while visiting the club.

The Maumbury Bar is will soon re-open with a bright new look after re-decoration and the laying of a new carpet.

Great Food & Drink

For a mid-morning coffee & cake, a light lunch or a main meal you’ll find something to suit on our midday or evening menus.

Events & Room Hire

We run a wide range of evening activities to suit everybody, or why not hire one of our rooms for your own event?

Become A Member

We offer an annual membership which comes with lots of advantages for one low fee.

Thrift Club is back

Every Friday from 7th December

Payout on 29th November 2020

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Get In Touch

Whether it’s a question about an upcoming event or membership, or you’d like to book a room for your own event, drop us a line using the form.


Colliton Club & Bar
01305 224503

Opening Hours


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)

Colliton House

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.