In 1977 the timber-built clubhouse was gutted by fire. Longcliffe Golf Club graciously allowed members to use their facilities whilst a new clubhouse was being built.
The present clubhouse houses the ladies’ and men’s locker rooms, the Secretary’s office and the bar, lounge and dining area. Both sets of locker rooms are well equipped with personal lockers, changing areas, toilets and showers.
The bar is open from mid-morning until dusk during the season and is very popular with members both before and after a golf round. Equally, many members visit the clubhouse for a drink or bite to eat with- out a visit to the course!
Members are very welcome to bring guests to the clubhouse as long as they are signed-in and adhere to the dress code.
Built facing the 9th/18th green and with large picture windows the views from the clubhouse are magnificent. Sitting having a drink in relaxing surroundings whilst watching players play their shots into the green is a popular pastime with many of the members. On sunny days, particularly on balmy summer evenings, the patio area equally lends itself well to this pastime. Sheltered by the clubhouse with the azaleas in bloom watching putts speeding on the 18th green it is often very easy to forget you are in Leicestershire, as it feels more like Augusta!
The club house is often complimented by guests as being welcoming and homely and this adds to the friendliness created by the members themselves.