The club is housed in an imposing yet understated building on Market Street facing Altrincham's historic market hall (not to be confused with the "Con Club" brew pub and formerly Altrincham Conservative Working Mens Club which is on the opposite side of the market).
Inside you will find a large open plan room with the bar in the far left corner. Depending on what events are being held, the room can be partitioned to give separate areas for members and party guests. The whole room or just part of it can be hired for all kinds of occasions, with on site catering available. To behind one side of the bar is an alcove that can also be partitioned off either for meetings or occasionally to provide a members area when the club's main room is hired out.
Behind the bar is the games room with 3 full size snooker tables & darts boards. Like many clubs there are a number of active sports sections including a golf society and a members indoor bowling league. Unusually for a private members club, the club is open from noon daily serving lunch, teas & coffee (alongside the full bar offering), offering a social meeting point to members who have been out shopping in the town centre or just looking to meet up with friends.
A range of good value home cooked food is served Tuesday to Saturday from 12 til 2pm. The club remains open until midnight every day except Sunday (when closes at 4pm).
The club is not tied to any brewery. The single handpump turns over an ever changing range of guest beers, usually around 5 a week. Regular featured breweries include Robinsons, Dunham Massey, Tatton & the various breweries in the Marstons group. On the first Thursday of the month there is a folk club open the public.
The club also hosts Weight Watchers on Wednesdays at 10am. General membership of the club is available. CAMRA members are welcome, although a £1 guest membership is charged to comply with licensing restrictions.