Riverside Pavilion

The striking Riverside Pavilion is perched on the bank of the River Thames and it enjoys uninterrupted views of the Club grounds, the Chilterns countryside and the River.

The Riverside Pavilion as a historic Grade II listed building and was originally named the Grandstand when it was constructed in 1913. It became a landmark on the River Thames at the time and it remains so today. Since 1913 it has been dramatically transformed into an elegant and impressive space.

The upper deck has panoramic views of the River Thames, Club grounds and the Chilterns countryside. It is perfect for socialising with friends or colleagues before heading down for lunch, dinner or meetings in the lower deck. The lower deck is heated, carpeted and fully glazed, providing year-round protection from the unpredictable English weather.

The floor to ceiling glazed doors overlook the river and can be completely retracted for an ‘al fresco’ feel. The building is located away from the main clubhouse and is self-contained, offering plenty of privacy. Both decks can be hired together or separately, each having its own access.

The Riverside Pavilion can accommodate a minimum of 50 people for a dinner dance with a DJ or a drinks reception, and from 20 people for meetings.

Drinks Reception: 130
Sit Down Meal: 100
Dinner Dance: 80
Banquet: 100

For more information or to request a brochure please contact our Events Team on 01491 570554 or email events@phylliscourt.co.uk.

  • Riley Lunch


    This was an outstanding celebration. The staff were very good. In every aspect, nothing was too much trouble. Sheer professionalism in every sense. The Riverside Pavilion is probably the very best location on the River Thames. It is magnificent and nothing compares. THE place for a special occasion.

    Peter Riley

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