stanwich country club
The Stanwich Club was founded in 1962 and is located in the “Back Country” of Greenwich, Connecticut on the site of the Hekma Estate, also known as Semloh Farm. Purchased in 1909 by Edwin T. Holmes, Semloh (which is Holmes spelled backwards) grew into a magnificent estate and farm prior to being acquired by the Stanwich Club founders.
C2 Limited was retained for a “quick fix” clubhouse renovation of an outdated, underperforming bar and trophy room into an “elegant yet casual” lounge and dining space that reflects the membership demographic, current industry trends and member expectations. The new venue pays homage to the Club’s roots and is aptly named the Semloh Room.
"Since reopening post renovation the Semloh Room is now the clubhouse’s most popular dining and social venue. Usage and enjoyment of the new space by members and their guests is consistently steady Tuesday through Sunday. In addition to dining covers, the club has seen an uptick in members “dropping in for a drink” before and after dinner, even when not dining at the club."
‐ Guy D’Ambrosio, General Manager