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Our Function Rooms

The delightful clubhouse at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club has recently undergone a dramatic transformation to become one of the largest function facility in Harpenden.  

Major work began in November 2013 to extend what is already a charming venue to accommodate up to 200 guests.  The Fenwick-Ames Suite has now opened its doors for business and we have already begun to take bookings. Whether you are hosting a cocktail party, private dinner, conference or wedding, Aldwickbury Park is sure to be an ideal venue for your special event. 

The Fenwick-Ames Suite

Interior designers have tastefully blended neutral soft furnishings, natural wood and brushed chrome to create a fresh contemporary feel to the Fenwick-Ames Suite, which lends itself to all manner of occasions.  The Suite's high sloping ceilings and feature windows create a feeling of spaciousness, and beautiful views over the golf course and lake can be enjoyed from all corners of the room. The Suite also incorporates a partition wall, separating it into two, making it ideal for smaller occasions.

The Fenwick-Ames Suite is named after two characters of historical local importance. Charles Richard Fenwick, born in 1822, was a local Gentleman and Magistrate for the County of Herts and Liberty of St Albans. In 1871, Fenwick had a splendid 25-bedroom house built, known as 'High Firs'. This is now Aldwickbury School, which is situated adjacent to Aldwickbury Park Golf Club.

Lionel Ames was an influential figure within Great Northern Railway Company, who took control of the Luton, Dunstable and Welwyn Junction Railway, which used to run alongside the 5th fairway at Aldwickbury Park Golf Club.

View a floor-plan of the Fenwick-Ames suite

"Having held corporate golf events at Aldwickbury Park over recent years, I have always been impressed with the professionalism of the team and the attention to detail  regarding the arrangements.  The new function room will be a superb addition to the facilities at Aldwickbury Park and I am looking forward to utilising them at my next event."

Richard Darwin, Regional Manager, Cricket Foundation

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