A beau-tee-ful place for dining

Jon Stark, Miles Aaron and Head Chef Dave Smith at Crow Nest Park Golf Club
Jon Stark, Miles Aaron and Head Chef Dave Smith at Crow Nest Park Golf Club

Brighouse has a hidden place to dine that not everyone locally is aware of - Crow Nest Park Golf Club, which serves fresh food for diners and you don’t have to be a golf member to enjoy the cuisine says general manager Les Holmes.

Clubhouse manager Jon Stark, who took control of the hospitality reins at the club three months ago following a management re-shuffle, said: “We want to ensure that everyone is aware that they can come and enjoy lunch or an evening meal with us and that you don’t have to be a long term golf member.”

The two course luncheon is excellent value for money at just £9.95 per person and the early bird offers customers the same between 5.30pm and 7pm.

To dine, you simply become a day member and there are arrangements in place to make this simple, so that anyone can come and enjoy the food on offer.

The club is also an ideal venue to enjoy a drink or meal during the spring and summer months, where the view from the new terrace provides a stunning and magnificent view of the course, the lake and mature parkland which were once gardens of local entrepreneur Sir Titus Salt.

“Anyone planning a function should perhaps also take a look at the function room at the club, which caters for private functions and events,” added Jon.

“We can now accommodate up to 130 guests for a sit down event and it’s ideal for family celebrations or get-togethers, weddings, receptions, christenings or social organisations for local community events.

“Our venue is very flexible and can cater for most requirements - just call in or phone to let us know what you have in mind.”

On Good Friday they have on offer - fish and chips for two with mushy peas, bread and butter and a pot of tea for £17.

In the evening they have a steak night offer - two dine on steaks with a bottle of wine for £28.

On Easter Sunday there will be a traditional carvery.