Accommodation

Accommodation

Stoke House Bed and Breakfast was built in 1846 as The Victoria Hotel. The name Stoke began to appear in August 1855.


In 1875 The Victoria Hotel was doubled in size and renamed The Stoke Hotel. It is this building that exists today. Over the years the building has been a Hotel, Private Residence and in 2005 it took on its current persona as a Bed and Breakfast and Café.



Heritage Rooms:

We have four Heritage rooms, three queen and one king.


All rooms have been refurbished in 2014 with New Luxurious beds, linens and thick enveloping bath sheets.



Queen Rooms:

In keeping with the yesteryear ambience we have antique writing bureaus with a generous supply of Stoke House stationary. You can take the time to write a note to a loved one. Your host will be pleased to mail your letter.



King Room:

This is an accessible bedroom and can be converted into a Twin Room.



Downstairs Lounge Room:

This room has a lot of history to it. The original hotel doors have been preserved as well as the servery is still visible in keeping with the heritage council.


This room is a place to relax in comfort and maybe watch a DVD on the LCD screen. With the high ceiling and furnishings you can still feel the presence of the drinkers in the bar. It also adjoins a private dining room.



Upstairs Lounge:

We have kept the ambience of yesteryear with a little of the current times. There is kitchen facilities with:

  • Microwave and refrigerator
  • Crockery and Glassware
  • Teas from near and far
  • Coffee
  • Ice is available on request
  • There are a selection of board games to play or relax with a DVD on our LCD screen


Front verandah:

It wouldn’t be a historical Hotel if there was not a verandah hanging over the street. It has stunning views of the village and is perfect for that quiet drink to watch the twinkling lights of Carcoar, a street parade on Australia Day or just relax and listen for the church bells that ring every day.



Rates

Please contact us for our current rates.