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The Rose & Crown Hotel is WA's most historic hotel and recognised by the National Trust as a significant historic landmark. Situated in leafy Guildford WA, surrounded by restaurants & on the doorstep to the Swan Valley wineries. The hotel has 28 3.5 motel units in its lodge and 4 boutique rooms within the hotel (some entry restrictions). The hotel & lodge have undergone a recent major renovation since being purchased in mid 2004 by the current owners operators Mark & Tracy Weber. In 2007 the hotel was selected by the Sunday Times as a tourism hotspot with the biggest beer garden in the city and two well known restaurants. The Rose & Crown Hotel is the ideal location for a stayover or outer city getaway.
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We dined at the Rose and Crown for the first time in a while past visits have been good but this time I ordered a goat curry and ended up paying $34.00 for a bowl full of bones.
I realise that goat stews and curries...More
Response from Zwho1841, Guest Relations Manager at The Rose & Crown HotelResponded 3 days ago
Hi Tony, thanks for taking the time to review, the curry specials have been a popular selection on our menu.
It does change every other day the goat curry sold out quickly, Our chefs of Indian heritage make them in a traditional street food style...More
Never knew about this little gem until now. Beautifully renovated building. Great atmosphere and food. A great place for couples or families as well as larger groups or special events. Evening meals looked yummy as they were coming out - our group had authentic wood...More
Six of us enjoyed a lovely meal at the Rose and Crown on the 5th Nov, this week.
It is the oldest hotel in WA so the sign advises and the high ceilings attest to a time gone by.
We were seated in what appeared...More
My son got married in Perth . Had to find accomodation for 20 people traveling from Brisbane.Lucy found 7 rooms all on the ground floor, put in extra beds for grand kids.No hassles,fantastic breakfast included the best.
Old style licensed hotel fantastic surroundings
Eight of us enjoyed lunch at this heritage hostelry. The setting in the garden is leafy and pleasant.
There is a good range of beers. Prices are average. There is a reasonable size menu. Some of us tried the beef and Guiness pie, while others...More