Foxton Hall - A Clubhouse with Style

Foxton Hall was one of the historic residences of the local Percy family in the early 1900's when it was offered by the Duke of Northumberland, the then captain of the club, as a clubhouse for a new proposed golf course in 1929. The hall is a collection of rambling buildings but the clubhouse occupies the main building which oozes with character and the traditions of the game of golf.
 
With two bars, a lounge, dining room and spacious television lounge (with SKY TV and pool table), the clubhouse offers a warm and friendly Northumbrian welcome at the end of a great days golf. Both bars overlook the 18th green with not a better place to sit and relax outside on a summers evening watching your fellow golfers come home. In the winter the real coal fire in the small bar provides a homely atmosphere to warm you through. On the first floor, there is a quiet lounge overlooking the course and a snooker room with dart board to continue your entertainment after a game of golf.

An intimate, relaxed atmosphere and excellent service from our clubhouse staff ensure all visitors enjoy a truly unique experience.
 

Dining at Foxton Hall

We have built a reputation for some of the finest golf club food in the county. The fayre continues to receive rave reviews from our Dormy guests and visiting golfers. Head Chef, Lee Miller will tailor your food requirements to meet your needs and tee times.
 
"The best meal I have received at a golf club ever and I have had a few"
Mr D Rowe, Captain of Northumberland Golf Club.