a tribute to those who fell in The Great War. When other Regi- ments were erecting monu- ments to their Fallen, a Royal Scots officer, Colonel the Lord Henry Scott, son of the Duke of Buccleuch, decided that a Club in the capital city would be the best way to honour the memory of the 11,162 Royal Scots. Traditional values remain important at the Royal Scots, and courtesy and warm hospi- tality are at the club’s heart. It has an excellent dining room and lounge, and 21 bedrooms, all comfortable, individually designed, recently refurbished and traditionally furnished with private en-suite facilities. Some have views overlooking Queen Street Gardens, others towards the River Forth and across to the far distant Kingdom of Fife. The dining room, which serves excellent traditional Scottish dishes, is one of the finest rooms in Edinburgh, with classical Georgian features and views over the gardens. It is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Light snacks are served in the lounge and bar. Our Club Members enjoy free reciprocal membership of the Royal Scots Club and have access to the members-only ar- eas of the club. Non-military members pay up to £120 joining fee plus an annual fee of £330. THE NORFOLK CLUB 17 Upper King Street, Norwich HRH the Duke of Edinburgh is an honorary member of The Norfolk Club in Norwich, where CountryClubuk has long had a reciprocal membership arrangement. This traditional club, dating from 1770, stands in prime position between the Castle and Cathedral. Among its illustrious former presidents are Lord Walsingham, one of England’s finest game shots, and Viscount Coke, the inven- tor of the bowler hat. As our Member, you can visit the Norfolk Club by invitation. The club contains six bedrooms, making it an agreeable place to stay when visiting this fascinat- ing city. The Norfolk Club is open Monday to Friday from 8am until 7.30pm, and on Sat- urdays from 9am to 2.30pm. Prior booking is essential. Please call us on 020 7399 2960. GRANGE BUSINESS CLUB LOUNGES St Paul’s and The City When in London on business, and wondering where you can find a calm, stress-free, com- fortable and well-equipped lounge in which to work in peace with all the facilities to hand—computers, internet, fax and scanning—as a Club Member you have the answer. Our Members have the privi- lege of complimentary access to two VIP Business Club Lounges in five-star hotels. Both are contemporary and in excellent locations: Grange St Paul’s Hotel is opposite St Paul’s Cathedral, minutes from the London Stock Exchange and the Bank of England. Grange City is a few steps from Tower Hill Tube, Tower Bridge and the Tower of London itself. Not only do our Members have complimentary access to these club lounges, but we en- joy complimentary beverages (non alcoholic) and, depending on the time of day, light conti- nental breakfast, afternoon tea, or evening canapés. These facil- ities are available to hotel guests only at an extra fee: for our Members the facility is free of charge, without staying the night at the hotels (but you do have exclusive Club rates to stay at the hotels, starting from £99 a night plus VAT for two, including English breakfast and free room upgrade if available). By these means you can es- cape the bustle outside and en- joy a quiet sanctuary where you will find all you need to keep you working, or relaxing, while on business. You will have room to work, and space to think, while you catch up with THE NORFOLK CLUB HRH Prince Philip is a member of this historic club in Norwich centre ROYAL SCOTS CLUB Your club in the heart of Edinburgh, refined style and home comforts Club Membership gives you access to London clubs and others, without extra fees 144