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The George Kerferd

22 Oak Ave Mayday Hills Village, Beechworth, Victoria 3747 Australia
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#3 of 5 hotels in Beechworth
Located in the heritage gardens of Mayday Hills we are a stone’s throw from the Beechworth center.This is the perfect place to stay and relax in contemporary accommodation. Enjoy our pool,tennis court and fine dining in our restaurant Step back in time to the glamour of the art deco period. Built in the 1930’s, Linaker offers a variety of accommodation of options, suitable for singles, families and couples
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Free parking
Free internet
Bar / lounge
Bicycle rental
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Business Centre with Internet Access
Banquet room
Outdoor pool
Fence around pool
Coffee shop
Kids' meals
Outdoor dining area
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Outdoor furniture
Picnic area
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Seating area
Wake-up service / alarm clock
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EndlessTravels wrote a review 10 Jan
Greater Melbourne, Australia35133 contributions1959 helpful votes
The room at first glance looked very good but a number of downsides became evident during our stay. The free wifi is horrible (Beechworth itself has shocking phone coverage so maybe not motels fault).. the bathroom and toilet looked very tired. The staff were amazingly friendly and helpful. The grounds surrounding the hotel were so pretty as well. The restaurant was excellent for dinner or complimentary breakfast. I would probably stay again but a few things could make it better.
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Date of stay: January 2022Trip type: Travelled with family
Greg B wrote a review Dec 2021
Boronia, Australia1335 contributions225 helpful votes
A Travel Auctions trip resulted in us being located in a room that was on the tired side. Comfortable enough, and the only minor blemish on what would prove an awesome stay. The staff were so good in fact that it led me to wondering whether there was anything I could want for. The answer was no! Frankly, the staff are dedicated to ensuring the best possible experience. Breaky was great, no issues, and then there's the evening meal offerings. OMG. Night one I ordered a steak and the wife swordfish. The price of the steak was on the low side, it was cooked to perfection (medium), the peppercorn sauce was to die for, the taste of the combination that included duck fat cooked potatoes, roasted cherry tomatoes and asparagus was simply out of this world. It was fabulous. Combined with great service, it offered a nice ambience, the drinks were cold and the staff amazing. Well, things only got better! Following our first night indulgent we decided to share a Parma and the result was spectacular! A huge chicken fillet halved for us by the chef, came with a sumptuous salad that looked and tasted great. The presentation and staff were, again, excellent, above and beyond. Keep reading! Our desserts were simply unbelievable (lemon panna Cotta and cheese platter). The platter so huge, we simply couldn’t eat more than half, resulting in the waitress taking it away and representing it with additional food for us to take back to our room. Amazing! Over to you to check the images. Recommended!
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Date of stay: December 2021
Greg Brindley wrote a review Dec 2021
Melbourne, Australia5 contributions
Elephant in the room: a) We were on a Travel Auctions jaunt, b) The accommodation itself (room) is on the tired side. So, let's look at the experience, rather than the above. The staff were/are brilliant, (I am writing this halfway through our stay), and here I sit asking myself: is there anything I could want for? Is there anything the staff could do to make this a better experience? Frankly, the answer to both is: no! Unlike others who may have commented on the pool not being in service, the Wi-Fi being unavailable etc? Well, all issues have been sorted. But what hasn't been sorted is the dedication of the staff to ensuring people receive the best possible experience. In our case, thanks in part to our Travel Auctions package, we received a couple of free bottles of plonk, four continental breakfasts and two desserts. Breaky was great, no issues there (it's free after all - so to speak) but then there's the restaurant. OMG. Night one I ordered a steak and the wife swordfish. Firstly, the price of the steak was on the low side, secondly it was cooked to perfection (medium), thirdly, the peppercorn sauce was to die for, fourth the taste of the combination that included duck fat cooked potatoes, roasted cherry tomatoes and asparagus was simply out of this world. It was fabulous. Combine this with great service, a nice ambience et al, and one can only deliver the pundit's.... but it only got better! The following evening, we decided that (having been inundated the previous evening with massive offerings) to simply go with a Parma split (meaning shared between my wife and I) and the result was nothing short of spectacular! A huge chicken fillet cut in the middle surrounded by amazing salad and chips. (Check the images) was present and the taste - excellent. The presentation - excellent. The staff - excellent. Everything was above and beyond. Yet there was more! We ordered our two 'included' desserts. Fair dinkum - they were simply out of control. We ordered a lemon panna Cotta and cheese platter. With that, I'm going to stop. I simply want you to check the images to see how ridiculously huge, how amazing it looked, how simply incredible it tasted, it was bloody ridiculous. Unbelievable! Recommended!!!
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Jennie B wrote a review Sep 2021
Eldorado, Australia3 contributions1 helpful vote
We had a small wedding in the grounds but didn't stay at the hotel or eat at the restaurant. The hotel was very accommodating and let us set up an Arbor in the grounds for the wedding and let us use some of their chairs at no added cost, we just had to clean them. The grounds have some magnificant old trees and some fabulous locations for wedding photos.
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Date of stay: September 2021
Carleigh H wrote a review Jun 2021
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They have a bewt website and lovely staff who I booked with on the phone... and so we thought we would pay a bit extra and stay somewhere nice. It wasn't nice at all. So disappointed. The room was dingy with hooks on the wall but no art, no doona cover - the doona was between two sheets...very ordinary. We stayed at a motor lodge the week before for $100 less that was 10x nicer. We have a baby and needed enough space for her cot which meant a king size room at $182. We thought it would at least have a bath but it didn't. The pool and sauna were closed. The restaurant was empty and after seeing our room we didn't want to spend any more money here nor did we trust that the food would impress us or look like it did on the website and so we ordered pizza which we had to collect in Beechworth by car. Even the parking lot is not near the entrance to the hotel and so it was difficult to bring our stuff in (again, we have a baby so lots of stuff and never enough hands). I used the luggage trolly to bring our stuff in but the wheels were flat...all of the staff seemed aware of this, like the wheels are always flat and yet no one fixes it. Also, I am pretty sure I could have saved heaps by booking with one of the booking platforms but I wanted to support the hotel fully as I'm sure they've had a rough go during covid. I feel duped by the website and it's frustrating. We rarely splash out for a nice place and this time we splashed but we were fooled. Shame.
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Date of stay: June 2021
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Frequently Asked Questions about The George Kerferd
Which popular attractions are close to The George Kerferd?
Nearby attractions include Mayday Escape Rooms (0.2 km), Billson’s Brewery (1.8 km), and Woolshed Waterfalls (6.7 km).
What are some of the property amenities at The George Kerferd?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include a pool, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at The George Kerferd?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and an outdoor dining area during their stay.
Is parking available at The George Kerferd?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to The George Kerferd?
Conveniently located restaurants include Moments & Memories Tea Room, The Ox and Hound Bistro, and The Provenance.
Are there opportunities to exercise at The George Kerferd?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Does The George Kerferd offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Are there any historical sites close to The George Kerferd?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Old Beechworth Gaol (1.9 km), Beechworth Historical Precinct (1.3 km), and Beechworth Telegraph Station (1.3 km).
Does The George Kerferd have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the park view available here.
Is The George Kerferd accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.