London Corinthian Sailing & Sons of the Thames Rowing Clubs60 Upper Mall
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The two clubs, the London Corithian Sailing Club (lcsc.org.uk) and the Sons of the Thames Rowing Club (sonsrowing.com) share the impressive Grade II listed Linden House. The LCSC was established in 1894 and managed to co-purchase the freehold of the building in 1999. The long-term aim of the clubs is for Linden House to become West London's premier water sports venue. The bar, on the first floor, facing the river and comfortably furnished, serves two real ales from Fuller's as well as various keg beers. Superb home-cooked food is offered. The opening hours given above vary seasonally and according to tide and sailing conditions: the LCSC website gives details. The various rooms at Linden House, from the large Ballroom to the intimate Commodore's Room may be hired for events, with or without catering: see the Linden House website.