Cheyne Walk Club RestaurantThe club has two separate restaurants. One, the Wilson Room, has been preserved in the décor of the period of the mansion itself and can seat up to eighteen people in a more private atmosphere.

The Club’s Main Restaurant seats up to sixty people comfortably or up to ninety for organised parties, buffets and functions. Both rooms are available for parties, wedding receptions and other private functions.

We have a selection of quality caterers offering a variety of food options. You can choose from the following partners to see who would be most appropriate for your event:

Cheyne Walk Club Bar

Cheyne Walk Club Bars & Lounge offers a comforting and convivial atmosphere in which to socialise with friends, family and colleagues. With a wide selection of beers, wines, spirits & Champagnes. So why not just sit back & enjoy your surroundings with a warming single malt?

With its iconic status as one of the central landmarks of Northampton, The Cheyne Walk Club offers the splendor of Victorian architecture with a dramatic, luxurious and modern twist. A magnificent, unrivaled marble fireplace further complements our fabulous oak paneled lounge area.

Guests and visitors can unwind in the lovely & relaxing area & enjoy a pleasant drink or our delicious bar food from the kitchen throughout the day. Yet another demonstration of the importance the Cheyne Walk Club places on high quality and our impeccable service.

Cheyne Walk Club Snooker Club

The club is proud of its games room, which houses three of the best maintained snooker tables in Northamptonshire.

Club competitions are held through-out the year, the main event being the winter league – where up to fifty members compete against each-other on a handicap basis. On an annual basis, winners of the various events are presented with their trophies by world ranked snooker professionals, at a prestigious dinner.

Following each annual dinner the top performing players from the main competition then have the privilege of playing snooker against the professional presenting the trophies. Why watch them on television when you can see them live and up close at Cheyne Walk Club.