Beldih Club, Jamshedpur


The Beldih Club, Jamshedpur was founded in the year 1922. Built by the Europeans, the Beldih Club in Jamshedpur has managed to retain the same European charm. However with time, Indian modernity and hospitality have imbibed into the club's culture.

Jamshedpur's Beldih Club is situated on a sprawling campus of 4.85 acres and offers excellent sporting and recreational facilities to its members and their guests. Some of the facilities that the club provides are:
  • Billiard and Snooker Tables
  • Squash Court
  • Card Room
  • Golf Course
  • Library
  • Cinema Shows
  • Bar and Restaurant
  • Residential Facilities
  • Swimming pool
  • Lawn Tennis Courts
  • Multi Cuisine Restaurant
The club has a shop, which sells sports accessories and gift items. The swimming pool is extremely well maintained and have diving boards attached to it. The club has a large enough conference hall and an open air theater to screen cinemas and stage plays. Golf lovers have a gala time in the sprawling 9-hole golf course. Members can bring their children who can spend a great time playing in the children's park. The club is open on all days. With its outstanding facilities, it is indeed one of the prestigious clubs of Jamshedpur.



Last Updated on 24/06/2013

     


     

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