The National Hotel Fremantle, Western Australia
Originally opened in 1887, demolished in 1902 and then rebuilt in 1903 as a rough-and-ready port hotel for those chasing the gold rush, and then nearly demolished again by a fire in 2007, this heritage hotel has now been lovingly restored close to its original features by owners Janine and Karl Bullers. A true labour of love, The National Hotel Fremantle, located right in the heart of historic Fremantle (or Freo as the locals call it) now boasts twelve individually styled rooms, a traditional stylish pub with some of the finest live music ‘Freo’ has to offer and a stunning rooftop bar with 360-degree views across the city and ocean.
The National Hotel Fremantle
The rooms feature private en suites and individual heritage styling with all the mod cons. Some rooms have verandas overlooking the streets of Fremantle and others are tucked away in the eaves of the building, featuring Parisian-style views across the rooftops of the port city. Some rooms also feature handmade beds by local woodworkers and local artwork on the walls.
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