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COURTHOUSE HOTEL

 

Address:   Cnr Perkins and Nash Street, Jamieson VIC 3723

Phone:      03 5777 0503    Facsimile:  03 5777 0527

Website:   www.courthousejamieson.com

facebook: www.facebook.com/courthousehoteljamieson

Host:         Geoff Mason & Leanne Hoskin

 

The Courthouse Hotel sits in the centre of town, opposite the Catholic Church. The pub is open 7 days a week. The beer is cold and the hospitality warm.  In winter there are open fires.  It has a terrific atmosphere, and you can rub shoulders with plenty of locals here, and catch up on town gossip. The pub has EFTPOS and a Bottle Shop facility.

 

The Courthouse has plenty of ensuite accommodation at great rates. Group discounts are available upon request.

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KEVINGTON HOTEL

 

Address: 1 Wood Point Road, Kevington VIC 3723

Phone:    (03) 5777 0543

email:     kevingtonhotel@westnet.com.au

Website: www.kevingtonhotel.com.au

 

The Poplar Kevington Hotel was built in 1862 as Garretts Beerhouse and is the last remaining hotel from the days of the gold boom. It is known affectionately by locals and visitors alike as the Kevy Pub or the Kevington Hilton. Stop for a while talk to a local, there is some good tells here! Enjoy a simple old style country counter meal, Take in the peace and quite by the River side Beer Garden or even book a room a spend the night.

Facilities include: Motel Accommodation wiht breakfast options, Camping Grounds, River side beer garden and Pub meals.

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JAMIESON BED & BREAKFAST

 

Address:         Nash Street, Jamieson VIC 3723

Reservations: Carmel Dixon  03 5777 0601

Email:              carmel@jamiesonbandb.com.au

   

Beautiful Shere homestead was built shortly after the second world war in the centre of Jamieson. The stunning established garden features a line of massive old pin oaks, a lovely waterfall and many shady nooks, ideal for relaxing during the summer months. The large stone open fireplace in the timber lined lounge provides a cozy respite in the winter months. Shere became the Jamieson Bistro in the early 80's when it was opened by local identities Ron Parker and Doug Sands. In 1983 it was purchased by Carmel and Milton Watson and became the famous Watsons Restaurant. It has now been fully refurbished by Carmel as a Bed and Breakfast. The Jamieson Bed and Breakfast has 3 king size double bedrooms, a master suite and two attic suites. The attic suites share an en-suite and the master suite has an en suite as well as a cedar lined sauna.

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