A Tour of Denvilles House

Denvilles House was constructed mainly in the 1820s on the site believed to be of the earlier Manor House of the Lord of Wade predating the later ‘Wade Court’.  It is a Grade II Listed building, set in an acre of land with attractive gardens and parking for 60 vehicles.View of Denvilles House from gate

As you enter the grounds you are presented with a view of the house itself and its magnificent Portico.

As far as possible the gardens are maintained by members.The Portico



During summer months there are tables set out on the front lawn and also at the side of the building on the patio area adjacent to the Club Room where members and guests can enjoy a drink and take in the sun.

The HallwayFlying StaircaseOn entering the club you find yourself in the Hallway with a view of the 'Flying Staircase'. This leads to the Club office.

The framed picture that can be seen above the stairs is of 'Lively Lady,' Sir Alec Rose's boat that he sailed in round the world. Sir Alec opened the original Langstone Conservative Club in Homewell House, Havant in 1969 and the 'new' club at Denvilles house in 1977.

On the right of the hallway is the Panel Room. This is a small comfortable room withThe Panel Room panelled walls giving it a warm feel. The panelling is from the liner 'Mauritania'.

The Panel Room is often used for private functions and meetings. It has facilities for business meetings including WiFi, and a ceiling mounted projector and screen which are often used for film shows, sporting events.


The Club RoomContinuing along the hallway you come to the 'Club Room', this is the main bar of the Club and the venue for the Saturday night entertainment. A Raffle of drinks, chocolates and biscuits is held on Entertainment Night and on other occasions.

Continuing our tour, we pass through the door at the far end of the 'Club Room' and climb a few steps to the 'Card Room'.

The Card Room is ideal for small Business meetings and Clubs such as Bridge, Cribbage, Mahjong Whist, War Games, Stamp Collecting, etc.

The Snooker RoomRetracing our steps we come to a door leading to the 'John Burrows Snooker Room'

The Snooker Room is a popular facility of the club.

There are two tables available for a small fee.

Returning to the Club Room, what better way is there of finishing our tour of Denvilles House than to have a drink in the bar,