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Brookton Club Hotel, Brookton

The Brookton Club Hotel is an old-fashioned , heritage-style , two-storey country pub with open fires and ornate ceilings.

It offers you a home-away-from-home warm friendly atmosphere, great food and 15 clean, comfortable rooms (electric blankets for the winter months) with shared facilities. The hotel can cater for groups of up to about 25 and provides a very inexpensive overnighter for clubs and social groups alike.

A great stop-over on the trip to Wave Rock or Esperance and only an hour and a half from the Perth. The room rates begin at $35.00 single, $45.00 double and $50.00 for the Queen room per night (including continental breakfast.) Weekly and group rates are available on request.

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Activites and Experiences at Brookton Club Hotel

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  • Retail
  • Public Telephone
  • Rural/Country
  • Pub Stay
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