The Lasham clubhouse is the hub of the club's activities. The restaurant is in constant use from early in the morning for breakfast to late evening serving evening meals. The restaurant may close early if the weather is non flyable. Our bar has won CAMRA best club bar three years running and Nigel is proud of his Real Ales. If Real Ales are not your tipple then the bar is fully stocked, fully licensed and waiting to serve you. If you need information then the active office is open 7 days a week to answer your queries. We also have a stock of gliding-related merchandisefor sale, including books, ICAO maps, clothing, hats, sunglasses and the very popular Lasham Teddy. The clubhouse also offers its members and corporate groups lecture facilities including projectors, whiteboards and flipcharts. If you would like to book these facilities for your corporate day then contact the office and talk to our Executive Manager.
Come and enjoy our restaurant facilities. The restaurant is open daily and serves a selection of main meals and snacks at very reasonable prices. When the weather allows sit on our patio and watch the gliding whilst drinking a coffee and sampling one of Lasham's famous scones.
We serve breakfast from 8.00am in the summer and 8.30am in winter.
Sunday lunch is always popular with visitors, we offer a roast dinner as well as other menu choices. If the weather is fine you can simply watch the gliding from outside the clubhouse whilst enjoying an ice cream or tea.
The restaurant also offers daytime and evening party bookings subject to availability.
The clubhouse and presentation rooms are covered by wireless networks to provide access to the internet.
Once flying is over the bar is the place to relax and swap gliding stories. The bar offers a high standard in real ale and has won the CAMRA best club bar award 3 years running. In fact you can find us in the Best Beer Guide. For those not wishing to fly the bar is open from lunchtime.
Congratulations to Nigel and colleagues for winning the SHB Hampshire Club of the Year (2009) - for the third year in a row. They're really on a run, making the Good Beer Guide for the first time with the 2009 edition and again with GBG 2010.