Separated by a mere 30 miles, but worlds apart in their unique character, Ten Trinity Square Private Club and Wentworth Club offer the ultimate city and country club experience, where Members can enjoy exhilarating urban living or a restorative rural retreat.
In 1922, Prime Minister David Lloyd George cut the ribbon to open Ten Trinity Square as the magnificent new headquarters of the Port of London Authority. In the very same year, Wentworth was transforming from sumptuous private residence into fashionable Art Deco country club and golf course, where, as coincidence would have it, Lloyd George would go on to play a few rounds himself. By 2017 the imposing, Trinity Square building was undergoing a stunning transformation of its own and is now beautifully reimagined as the exclusive club, hotel and luxury residences that you see today. Our Wentworth Members have the advantage of unlimited access to the excellent facilities and services both clubs have to offer.
Ten Trinity Square
One of the highlights of the Ten Trinity Square Private Club is the Château Latour Discovery Room. The Experience is curated by award winning sommelier Jan Konetzki, in collaboration with the world-famous Bordeaux winery.
With the Club situated in the former headquarters of the original Port Authority building, Ten Trinity Square offers a collection of beautifully restored rooms providing a discreet, elegant sanctuary for meeting, dining and drinking, in the heart of the City.
Set in a magnificent 700-hectare estate, 60 minutes from South-West London and 20 minutes from Heathrow, Wentworth Golf and Country Club offers a serene retreat from city living for families and golfers alike.
The atmosphere is refined but informal, the service respectful and impeccably timed. Every detail has been meticulously considered so all there is left to do is relax and enjoy.