Hotel Beverley

137 Vincent Street
Beverley, Western Australia

The pub has been well designed to meet the needs of the community. The tavern is strategically situated in the heart of the rich agricultural region of the Avon Valley.

About the Property

Details

Originally built as the Railway Hotel when the Eastern Railway extended to Beverley, Hotel Beverley as it is now known, has significant historical value for the town of Beverley.

The original 1885 construction underwent a major refurbishment in 1938 when architect William Bennett, who also designed the Raffles Hotel in Applecross and the Plaza Arcade in Perth, modernised the hotel in an Art Deco style.

Hotel Beverley still offers top quality, good old fashioned country service with comfortable and affordable accommodation, excellent food, beer and wine and free wireless internet for patrons.

Additional details

  • Built in: 1885
  • Bedrooms: 18
  • Land Area: 3440.00 m² approx
  • Parking: Large Park Area (30+ Cars)
  • Flooring: Jarrah Wood Floorboards, Carpet & Lino

Features

  • Quality Food & Dine In Restaurant
  • Outside Dining & Function Area
  • Large Games Room & Function Area
  • Main Bar with Entertainment
  • Bottleshop
  • Hotel offers 16 Bedrooms, spacious and charmingly furnished
  • 2x Live in Bedrooms with Balcony & Ensuite
  • 1hr & 45m from Perth
  • Located in the Heart of the Avon Valley

Location

137 Vincent Street, Beverley, Western Australia 6304

Gallery

The Hotel & Main Areas

Dining, Kitchen & Storage Areas

The Bedroom & Upstairs Areas

For Sale by Owner - John Maxwell