Great Central Hotel | Affordable Glen Innes Accommodation
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Great Central Hotel

The Great Central Hotel was established in 1874 and is one of the oldest buildings in Glen Innes, making it historic Glen Innes Accommodation.  The two-story building features Victorian architecture which showcases heritage colours.  This Glen Innes Accommodation maintains the original charm of yesteryear with a wide verandah, welcoming fireplaces and plush seating to provide a warm, friendly country atmosphere.  It is located in the center of town close to parks, shops, and entertainment.

There are 13 refurbished accommodation rooms with room types ranging from single, queen, twin and family rooms.  All rooms include a side table, lamp, towels, and soap.  The hotel provides all guests with separate Male and Female bathroom facilities.  Guests also have access to the guest lounge and kitchen facilities on the accommodation floor.

The Hotel features a traditional bar with a pool table, restaurant, and cafe.  Guests can enjoy a fantastic meal at the Great Central Hotel restaurant which offers a wide variety of delicious options on the menu. The restaurant is open six days a week with Sundays being closed. There is also a newly opened Coffee Central Cafe on the ground floor which is open seven days for breakfast, lunch, morning and afternoon teas. High tea is available upon request.  There is plenty of things to do for everyone.

Come and see what Glen Innes has to offer while our friendly staff makes you feel right at home at Great Central Hotel.

Glen Innes Accommodation

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Check In: 02:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am

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Destination Information

> For Visitors passing through Glen Innes, a trip to the Super Strawberry is a must. Strawberries are picked fresh from the fields and guests can enjoy a range of delicious treats from scones, strawberries with cream, freshly-made jam, milkshakes, tea and coffee.

> Glen Innes is home to the Australian Standing Stones. It’s one of the most popular attractions in town and exhibits the city’s Scottish/Irish heritage. The site is also home to the annual Celtic festival.

> Washpool National Park is a must-see attraction when passing through Glen Innes. This rainforest is a World Heritage site and is home to beautiful rare giant cedar trees, plants, summit falls and Coombadhja creek. It is approximately 70 Kilometres West of Glen Innes.

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