Clubhouses in beautiful locations, with relaxed spaces to eat, drink, meet, work and stay.
On a wide stretch of the River Thames in the Chiltern hills, The Swan at Streatley is a converted 17th century inn with a terrace right at the water’s edge. Stay in guest rooms overlooking the gardens and water meadows, enjoy outdoor yoga, go paddleboarding, head off with a picnic, or just watch the river go by.
A former Elizabethan coaching inn on a quiet stretch of the Thames, The Great House is our original clubhouse. Stay for a morning or for the week.
Hidden inside the old Georgian townhouse on the leafy streets of Haslemere, you’ll find Coppa your local clubhouse, a place for you to make your own. It’s an escape from town, where you can eat, drink, meet, work and stay.
Tucked away from busy Bristol in a former draper’s in Clifton village. Original high ceilings and windows create a light-filled restaurant, with separate bar, snug and quiet upstairs club lounge for working or relaxing
Overlooking the Maidenhead Waterway, directly in the town centre you'll find Coppa at The Picture House. The ideal escape from the bustling town, dine in the garden room or grab a drink at the bar. You're welcome anytime
On the riverfront between Putney and Fulham Railway bridges, Coppa in southwest London is a local clubhouse that flexes throughout the day. Quiet corners for working in the library snug, views of the Thames from the riverside terrace (or private igloos for cooler days), and a central bar for sharing cocktails. Drop by anytime, day or night
Hidden amongst the hustle and bustle of Cobham and all under one roof, you'll find our clubhouse. Spread over two floors, there's a kitchen, bar and lounge, secluded orangery and roof terrace with igloos. Our doors are always open (nearly).
Around the corner from the Tower of London and across the water from The Shard, Coppa has the perfect view of the Southbank’s skyline. Eat and drink on the riverside terrace or relax in a private igloo while the city hurries by
Down a maze of narrow streets, Coppa’s snug, bar and restaurant open out onto a private courtyard in Dolphin Square with cozy igloos and festoon lighting
Behind a classic Georgian façade in the centre of the city is Coppa Club’s Bath Townhouse. Drop by anytime to the ground floor café and bar for coffee, a bite to eat or something stronger. Or head up the Art Deco staircase to the opulent club lounge to work, relax, eat, drink and enjoy a cocktail at the bar.