Queen of the Murchison Guest House and Cafe
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The historic Queen of the Murchison Guest House and Cafe is waiting to accommodate you. When you are traveling along the Great Northern Highway relax and spend a day or two in the historic gold mining town of Cue. This luxury two-story, historic building, was formally the Capitol Hotel, which was built in 1938. It is now a Guest House providing overnight and holiday accommodation.
The main original building was constructed in the grand style of two storey double-brick and iron roof, with extensive use of jarrah throughout and huge public rooms with high ceilings. Guest facilities include an outdoor garden area and secure off-street parking. Excellent home-cooked meals are available, offering old fashioned service in a relaxed atmosphere. Enjoy air conditioning in summer or dine around the log fire in winter.
Joyce and Darryl encourage guests to treat their home as your own whilst their guests.
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.