A Tradition of Elegance

When E.P. Taylor designed the club house, he felt it was important to create a large, grand, and welcoming drawing room where members could relax together in each other's company. He enlisted Lady Ann Orr-Lewis to design the drawing room interiors and gave them ballroom-sized proportions, unheard of at the time in the Bahamas. This famed gathering space has since achieved iconic status, and given new luster under the masterful eye of interior designer Tom Scheerer, who also led a redesign of the Yacht Club, Little Club, Cottages, and Serpentine Wing.

Lyford Cay Club is a close community that embraces tradition, family, mutual respect, and congeniality. Our dedicated staff is committed to guest and member comfort. Lyford Cay stands at the heart of a long and rich Bahamian cultural tradition. Whether dancing behind the Junkanoo, sailing in a regatta, entering a golf scrambles or tennis mixer, or simply enjoying time with friends and family on the beach, Lyford Cay Club is a place designed to make our members feel at home.

The Club House drawing room

The Club House drawing room recently and gloriously redesigned by interior designer Tom Scheerer.

On special occasions

On special occasions, the Royal Bahamas Police Force Band performs at Lyford Cay Club.

Club House

The magnificent Club House double staircase.

dining facilities

Members and guests can enjoy a delicious meal in any of our six dining facilities and eight bars and refreshments venues.

dance, and music

With the costumes, dance, and music inspired by a different theme each time, preparations for the Boxing Day, New Year's Day and summertime Junkanoo literally take months, and bring together men and women from all different walks of life.

club drink

Adult members often enjoy the refreshing club drink, The Rum Dum, after a round of golf.

drawing room

Our much-loved mascot Tuxedo can often be found curled up for a nap in the drawing room.