Accommodation Guildford - Accommodation Gold Coast


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Rose & Crown Lodge

105 Swan St , Guildford WA 6055
Current owners since 2004, Mark & Tracy Weber welcome you to the Rose & Crown and it's many amenities, as a discreet restoration program happens around you creating wonderful new public areas. We hope you enjoy your visit with your family and friends or business colleagues and that you will return often to see and enjoy the friendly hospitality of our staff and the resurrection of one of Australias great iconic pubs. The lodge boasts twenty-eight 3.5 Star rooms, of which 12 queen size rooms. All of our rooms are well appointed and decorated in modern comfort decor. Rose & Crown Lodge is also designed to aid the business traveller as well as families offering a number of connecting rooms. Our rooms are equipped with new ensuite facilities, soft furnishings, television, air conditioning, fridges and tea and coffee-making facilities. The Lodge can provide meeting facilities with rooms available for private meetings and consultations offering, fax, scanning and photocopying facilities. Extra facilities or equipment can be easily arranged as we cater for many corporate events. The Heritage Suites on the upper level of the original Hotel have been extensively and faithfully restored to offer the ultimate in luxury, complete with 19th century furnishings, authentic dcor and a touch of modern indulgence with newly installed spa-baths in three of the four suites.
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Rose and Crown Hotel

105 Swan Street, Guildford WA 6055

Rose and Crown Hotel is an 1841 heritage listed building offering lodge and heritage accommodation rooms. Guest will enjoy such facilities as TV, swimming pool, restaurant, bar, conference and function rooms. Catering for conferences up to 150 delegates. Enjoy a delicious meal in our Posh Convict restaurant or outside in our garden.

Guildford Post Office

Corner of Meadow Street and Stirling Street, Guildford WA 6055
Guildford Post Office is one of the town?s most prominent landmarks and still operates today as a postal agency. Built in 1897, the magnificent historic building takes pride of place on the main street of this well preserved town. Examine the Victorian Italianate architectural style, and see if you can spot where alterations were carried out in 1901. The beautiful clock and bell tower were added to the Post Office four years after the building was completed. Whilst the bell still remains in the tower, it is no longer rung. The post office sits on the site of an old convict depot hospital in the heart of the charming town of Guildford, just 20 minutes drive east of Perth. The entire town has been classified by the National Trust and as a result offers many historical buildings worth exploring. ...

Chapel of St Mary and St George

Guildford Grammar School, Guildford WA 6055
The historic Chapel of St Mary and St George is a captivating sight for visitors to the historic town of Guildford. Its idyllic position on a large expanse of green grass framed by London Plane trees adds to the presence of this grand church. Regarded as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in Australia, visitors will be astounded by the sheer beauty of the church. The Chapel is located within the grounds of the prestigious boy?s school, Guildford Grammar School. The charming town of Guildford is a 20 minute drive north-east of Perth. The entire town has been classified by the National Trust and as a result offers a multitude of historical buildings and heritage sites to investigate. The ideal way to explore the town is on one of many self-guided heritage walks. ...

Stirling Square

Meadow Street, Guildford WA 6055
Stirling Square is a picturesque park that is one point of interest on a self-guided walk through historic Guildford. Stirling Square, originally called Church Square, was set aside and surveyed in 1829. It was originally twice its current size but in the 1940s and 1860s sections were sold off and trees were planted in 1874 and 1897. In the centre of Stirling Square is St Mathew's Church. This is the third St Mathews Church in the area. The first, built of mud bricks in 1836 was replaced by a wooden building which was blown down by a hurricane in 1860. The current building was constructed in 1873 and is notable for the way the bricks have been laid alternately lengthwise and pointing inwards to reinforce the structure....


Guildford, Guildford WA 6055
The hub of Western Australia's oldest wine region, Guildford invites you to enjoy its colonial charm, arts and fresh local flavours following the heritage trail past grand 19th century architecture to the banks of the Swan River and the Swan Valley vineyards beyond. It's a leisurely 20 minute drive or train ride east of the city to reach Guildford and the Swan Valley. Or, you can arrive in style aboard a full or half day Swan River cruise from Barrack Street Jetty. Make the visitor centre your first port of call to pick up a guide on heritage walks and begin your journey from 1829, when Guildford started life as one of the first three towns of the Swan River Colony. Today, Guildford is one of only two towns in Perth on the National Trust register and proudly preserves its heritage. The visitor centre is housed in the original courthouse (circa 1866), where interpretive displays offer a fascinating introduction to the region's past. You can also see how the other half lived in the 19th century by joining a guided tour of Woodbridge House and its memorabilia. The influence of the English gentry is still evident in the tearooms, where you can indulge in a Devonshire tea. Head for James Street and you'll get to taste the sensational homemade burgers that have been a local favourite since 1946. Or dine in style at the historic hotel and homestead. Other heritage buildings open their doors to display the works of local artists, including decorative pottery and fine art. Time your visit to coincide with the third Sunday of the month and you'll also be treated to the Town Hall craft market. From here, it's a short stroll to the antique strip on James Street, where you can pick up a piece of history to take home. To make Guildford your base for an extended Swan Valley escape, choose from bed and breakfasts, self-contained cottages and motel style rooms, or the luxury of a beautifully restored 19th century hotel....

St Matthews Church

Stirling Square, Guildford WA 6055
The intriguing brick work and picturesque grounds surrounding St Matthews Church draws many visitors to the historic town of Guildford. The church now standing in Stirling Square was built in 1873, after its predecessor was destroyed in a hurricane. Wander around the exterior of the large church and examine the bricks that were laid alternately lengthwise and pointing inwards to reinforce the structure. This was the third attempt at building the church, and great care was taken to construct a sturdy building that would stand the test of time. Explore the magnificently kept grounds of St Matthews which is extremely popular for weddings. St Matthews features on the Historic Walk of Guildford which encompasses 22 significant sites and historical buildings. Collect a brochure about the walk from the Guildford and Swan Valley Tourist Information Centre. Initially established as the rural centre of the Swan River colony, Guildford is rich in history and has played a significant role in shaping Western Australia. Just 20 minutes drive east of Perth the historic town is also the gateway to the Swan Valley wine region....
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Guildford Hotel

309 Guildford Road, Guildford NSW 2161
Guildford Hotel is conveniently located near numerous landmarks and attractions making it an ideal place to stay. It is located two minutes walking distance from Guildford train station and a 35-minute train ride to Sydney CBD. Guildford Hotel offers 10 guest rooms featuring two room types such as Queen rooms and Queen Single rooms, both with shared bathroom access. All rooms provide the conveniences of free wi-fi, chair, work desk, wardrobe, flat-screen television, air-conditioning, toiletries, towels and linen. Rooms are serviced daily. Hotel facilities include free on-site parking, free wi-fi throughout the property and on-site restaurant and bar....
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Celestine House

16 Franzi Street, Guildford VIC 3451
Take the journey to Guildford, breathe in the fresh air, let yourself be pampered, experience peace and space at Celestine House. Sit down to a delicious meal, prepared by the in-house chef. Experience the breathtaking views, personalised hospitality, attention to detail and commitment to your happiness. Take your leave, rejuvenated and on top of the world. You can choose from one of six accommodation options such as the Cottage, Studio, Stellar, Panorama, Phoenix and Star Suites. Each option features heating and air-conditioning for year round comfort. Your hosts Chris and Teresa are committed to giving you a great escape, a place to really relax. You may prefer to just sit and watch the wedge-tailed eagles serenely soar over the Loddon Valley below. Drink champagne on the verandah as you watch a breathtaking sunset, after enjoy the night sky light up, while you are completely surrounded by the stars. During the day, listen to the native birds, get lost in your daydreams, have a spa and feel the bubbles tingle your skin and relax every muscle. Relax over a fresh cup of tea, and browse the weekend magazines or morning papers....