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Denmark Hotel, Denmark

Built in 1925, the Denmark Hotel as it was known then, is centrally located in the township of Denmark.

Situated opposite the tranquil Denmark River and our beautiful surrounding parkland we are close to shops, art galleries, interesting cafes and restaurants.

You don’t even have to walk that far because you can dine in our a la carte restaurant and enjoy the peaceful surrounding and wonderful atmosphere. You can also enjoy a drink at the bar or select from our extensive wine list for the perfect accompaniment to your meal.

A bottleshop and TAB are also located on site.

We are also positioned halfway between Albany and the internationally renowned Tree Top Walk and Valley of the Giants, which is 25 minutes drive away.

The owners have recently refurbished the new function room, bar and restaurant.

Our River Rooms Motel includes self-contained twin, double or family motel units which are very spacious and comfortable. For the budget traveller we also have budget hotel rooms that have been upkept to the traditional 1920’s look

Denmark Hotel and River Rooms Motel specialise in group bookings for tour operators, we have a seminar room to accommodate 40 – 50 people and enjoy catering for that special event.

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