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.

Spacious and charmingly furnished, Hotel Beverley offers 13 rooms for short or long term stays, from single rooms to rooms suitable for small families. His and Hers shared bathroom facilities are located near the rooms.

Continental breakfast is included with each night’s stay.

The popular hotel restaurant offers a wide menu with a great selection of quality meals, all of which are available as dine-in or takeaway. The restaurant is open for lunch and dinner 7 days per week. Bookings can be made by phoning 9646 1190.