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Country Clubs

Country Clubs originated in Scotland in the late 19th-Century. They are often located on the fringe of urban areas, making access easy from motorways and major transport hubs, but they have an exclusive rural appeal that encourages guests to relax in their surroundings.

Traditionally country clubs have been private, with a closed membership, but many are linked to hotels and the majority welcome groups looking to host events with them. They boast stylish restaurants and bars that can accommodate parties or dinners, and often have dedicated event space suitable for weddings, seminars and meetings.

They typically offer a variety of recreational sports, from tennis and swimming to polo or golf. In fact many boast driving ranges and world-class golf courses, often designed by professional golfers, and are ideal for hosting golf tournaments and master classes. Spas and treatment rooms complement the sporting facilities and allow for guests to unwind in peaceful surroundings.

Used to a discerning clientele, service standards at country clubs are very high. They are luxurious settings where business and leisure groups are treated with equal importance and courtesy. The country clubs listed here on Venuefinder.com all offer an exclusive alternative to conventional conference venues.

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