16 Gellibrand Street , Queenscliff , VIC 3225 , Australia View hotel location on the map
In 1887 the hotel was built by Melbourne architects Reed, Henderson and Smart for Martha Nugent and Joseph Goslin in the style of a large house rather than a public building. The style of the structure is of intrest for its reflection of Northern European Renaissance architecture, particualy from countries such as Frence and the Netherlands. The queenscliff Hotel is of social significance for its association with wealty Victorian society around the turn of the century who regarded Queenscliff as a fashionable summer holiday resort.
Today, not much has changed, and the Queenscliff Hotel is still the place to stay in summer and winter. The hotel now has 17 guest rooms, each with their own style, and most with their own ensuite. The rooms feature antique brass beds and carefully restored antique furniture. For those who have not stayed with us before, we wish to advise that there are no televisions, telephones and radios in our rooms. This means that you truly are getting away from every one and every thing.
The Dining Room is opened Wednesday through to Sunday. For those with an appreciation and expectation of good international cuisine, fine wines and attentive service, the Dining Room is a fixture on Australia's culinary landscape
The Courtyard Restaurant is long famous for its variety of fine food and beverage selection. The Courtyard Restaurant overlooks the courtyard garden with its fountain, canopy of trees and fragrant flowers. The restaurant has a conservatory feel to it, and can seat one hundred guests.
The Boat Bar is a cosy area in winter with its open fire places, and its nautical atmosphere. Dinner is served in the bar seven nights a week, and is ideal for those light lunches on the weekends. We also offer a large selection on boutique beers, and local wines.
Cafe Cliffe also is open seven days a week, for light lunches amongst the herbs in the garden, or in front of the open fire in winter.
Check in from: 2:00 pm
Check out by: 12:00 noon
The Queenscliff Hotel has a boardroom overlooking the park and beach, and is ideal for small conferences or private dinners. The hotel is able to supply whiteboards and flip charts, and does have internet access.
In Melbourne cross the Westgate Bridge and follow the Princes Highway M1 to Geelong. In geelong, follow the sighs to the Bellarine Peninsula Highway Number B110. This will take you to Queenscliff.
there is no off street parking, however there is amply and safe parking at the front of the hotel