53 Austin Street, Cue, 6640
Plan a stay at the grand old Queen of the Murchison Guest House & Cafe, and soak in the history of Cue. Admire the preserved buildings, fossick for gold, photograph amazing sunsets. New owners Darryl and Joyce Penny formerly of Emu Creek Station are flat out creating a fresh environment and cafe for travellers and workers.
The Queen of the Murchison Guest House in Cue, Western Australia is the ideal half-way stop from Perth to Karijini National Park, Mount Newman or Port Hedland. Before moving on, relax and spend a day or two exploring this splendid historic gold mining town of Cue.
This solid two storey brick and iron building was built in 1940 as the Capitol Hotel. The grand style included extensive use of jarrah, especially in the wide staircase, huge public rooms and rest areas, and high ceilings with stylish ceiling decoration. It had extensive renovations in 1995 and remained licensed premises but was later de-licensed and became a family-oriented bed and breakfast providing overnight, holiday and worker accommodation in Cue.
Guest facilities include a large, secure parking area, wide first floor veranda and a small garden area.
Excellent home-cooked meals are also available provided with old-fashioned service in a relaxed family atmosphere with a BYO Licence.
A quiet drink on the veranda in the evenings chatting with other guests and your hosts is the perfect enjoyable end to your day of exploring Cue.
Tea/Coffee making facilities
Queen of the Murchison rooms
Choose from Family Rooms, Queen Rooms or Singles with a continental breakfast & fresh linen/towels supplied.