The Colliton Club & Bar is a great venue catering for all types of events, meetings and parties.

Come and see us for mid-morning coffee, a wide range of home-cooked food and a fully stocked bar including a selection of real ales.

Colliton Club & Bar, Dorchester, Dorset DT1 1XZ Tel: 01305 224503

Covid- 19

Colliton Club closed until further notice.

It is with much regret that we have had to close our doors temporarily, once again, in line with Government guidelines. As you will know, this will be the third time we have been instructed to close over the past year. Unfortunately, it would seem that we will be closed for some time whilst we all try to deal with the significant impact of the Covid-19 virus.

We have not been idle whilst we have been closed. We are planning a number of events that will include some of those we had to cancel over the past year. We hope to be able to invite Skimmity Hitchers and The New Norm back. Unfortunately, it is difficult to plan these events and others until we know when we can reopen but keep looking at our website and Facebook pages for further updates.

We would like to thank all members for your support and we look forward to welcoming you back as soon as possible. In the meantime keep healthy and stay safe .

Function & Meeting Rooms

Colliton House has a number of meeting & function rooms which can cater for up to 140 people.

So, whatever the reason and whatever the size, your event will be a success at the Colliton Club!

Great Food & Drink

For a mid-morning coffee & cake, a light lunch or a main meal you’ll find something to suit on our midday or evening menus.

Become a Member

We offer an annual membership which comes with lots of advantages for one low fee.


Become a member or renew your current membership using the forms below – Colliton membership is always great value!

Thrift Club is Back!

Start planning early and join our Thrift Club for this year and spread the cost of Christmas 2021

Get in Touch

Whether it’s a question about an upcoming event or membership, or you’d like to book a room for your own event, drop us a line using the form.

Colliton House

The building housing dates back to the 16th-17th century. It is a grade 2 listed building containing some fine 16th century panelling and an 18th century staircase.

Colliton House featured in Thomas Hardy’s Mayor of Casterbridge, as High Place Hall, the home of Lucette Templeman (Lucette Le Seuer), one of the main characters in the novel.