Springfield sits on the edge of the picturesque village of Scorton, in Lancashire's Trough of Bowland. This handsome stone retreat nestles in its own well-maintained gardens and gives members a calming, traditionally-kept haven in which to plan, and recuperate from, each day's fishing.

Fishing Rods


Staying at the Club is like going back in time.

At the end of a day's fishing, members can pour themselves a well-earned drink from the bar. A cleaning kitchen is on hand should they wish to prepare or fillet the day's catch.

Having stowed waders and tackle in the Rod Room, they're free to relax in the Sitting Room before dinner, or to browse the thoughtfully-stocked library in the Drawing Room.

Prior to dinner, it's worth making time to explore the Wine Cellar, which holds a carefully-considered range of wines from everyday bottles to the odd Grand Cru Classé.

Meals are served by the housekeeper in the cosy Dining Room - there's no menu – just make it known earlier in the day what you'll fancy to eat later.