Following on from the tremendous success of last June’s event, our House, Sports & Social Committee intend embarking again onto the waters of Lough Neagh this summer.
The club offers HOSPITALITY and CONVIVIALITY with unique INDIVIDUALITY
The Ulster Reform Club, now in its 128th year has Victorian origins being located in a magnificent purpose-built, red sandstone building which opened in 1885 in the centre of Belfast. Over the years its members have successfully influenced the creation and growth of industrial, commercial and professional enterprises in Belfast and far beyond.
Extensive refurbishment in recent years has enhanced facilities of the highest quality for members and guests in a beautiful, unique, listed building. For recreation there are two of the finest dining rooms in Belfast, a bar with outdoor terrace, a very comfortable reading room, a snooker room and a fitness suite. There is also a bright and well equipped business room. Additionally, several rooms are available for private functions or business meetings and modern audio visual aids are available to enable high quality presentations. There is capacity to cater for over 100 persons.
Meals of the finest quality are prepared by our chefs and the lunch menu changes daily. Food and drink are served at 'Club prices' offering excellent value for money to members and their guests.
A calendar of events, operating throughout the year, includes prominent guest speaker lunches, musical evenings, gourmet dinners, wine tastings, live theatre, rugby, racing, golf outings and a clay pigeon shoot. For a number of the evening functions the conventional dress code is relaxed, whereas, at other events the Club opts for a black-tie approach.
We offer extensive reciprocal arrangements with other like-minded Clubs worldwide. These arrangements extend the benefits of temporary membership to Ulster Reform Club Members whilst visiting other cities and provide an attractive alternative to hotel accommodation. Membership is available to men and women of all ages on equal terms. Admission to membership is by application endorsed by proposer and seconder members and is subject to the Club's eligibility criteria.
Please contact the Club should you require further information.
James B Neilly