Originally built in 1889, this historic hotel is the oldest hotel in the heart of Clifton maintaining its yesteryear charm with all the modern conveniences. There are stories to tell about the fires, a friendly ghost, the horse that drank at the bar, another that slept upstairs while his owner drank. During its life, The Club has hosted several prominent film personalities such as Rebecca Gibney and Matt Day with Richard Chamberlain and his crew dining at The Club.
Set on the main street opposite the working railway station and bus stop, it is within walking distance of the local attractions and shops.
The boutique rooms feature beautiful furnishings some with private bathrooms, seating areas and veranda access, along with Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, fans, and televisions in all rooms. There is also a guest laundry and kitchenette with fridge, microwave, complimentary tea and coffee making facility.
Parking is free, and other amenities include onsite gaming machines, keno, restaurant and bar. Guest can also enjoy in-room service and takeaway meals including a packed lunch or upgrade to a picnic. The Club can organise a romantic dinner or birthday function, just let them know what would make your visit one to remember....