Freemasons Hotel is a historic building on Stirling Terrace in Toodyay, Western Australia. It was built for William Tregoning and originally licenced in 1861 as the Newcastle Hotel. In 1977 the building was clasified by the National Trust and given a permanent listing on the Register Of The National Estate. It is also listed on the Australian Heritage Database.
The building is a double height red brick structure with corrugated iron roof and a decorative parapet of classical influence. There are verandahs at ground and first floor levels with timber posts and balustrades. The ground level also has an additional set back verandah with brick columns and arches. There is a rear verandah to both upper and lower levels and a single storey brick extension. The building's Federation Filigree facade was restored in 1994.
Situated on the main street of Toodyay, you can enjoy a scrumptuous meal and a refreshing drink out on the verandah whilst you watch the world go by. Famous for its historical architecture, this is well worth a visit in an air-conditioned environment.
Counter meals are served daily and the hotel caters for groups and corporate functions. You can stay in either a hotel room or motel unit and experience the history of Toodyay by booking into The Freemasons Hotel in Toodyay.
Freemasons Hotel can accomodate families, couples, singles, workmen as we have a varity of different sized rooms. Some rooms opening onto the verandah overlooking the main street of Toodyay. The upper storey has hotel rooms with airconditioning and some have TV's. Kitchen amenities are availble for patrons on the upper floor and a communal shower and toilet facilities are available.
Next to the Beer Garden on the ground floor, we have 3 self contained units that have shower, kitchen, toilets, TV and airconditioning.
For all enquiries, please call 95742201.