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Whitehall Guesthouse is an historic guesthouse specifically renovated for Group Accommodation and is located in a residential area in the seaside town of Queenscliff, Victoria. Whitehall is ideal for Families and friends, but equally it is a great option for conferencing and work groups, and any community groups.
Whitehall can accommodate groups of up to 75 people but is also very comfortable for smaller groups of 15 or more. Your group has exclusive use of the building for the duration of your stay.
Whitehall is located in the heart of the classic fishing village of Queenscliff (Victoria) at 11 Learmonth Street (it is in a quiet residential location with water views). Within a few minutes walk to the main street, close to Swan Bay, a large park and the steam train, all beaches and the famous new harbor: all a short walk away. The location is private and quiet, in a very picturesque street, and out of the busy tourist area.
The property features a large common area that is used for dining/lounge purposes and a covered area outside. It has two separate sitting rooms and a large sheltered balcony with views.
The property has 32 bedrooms – a mix of queen-size beds – and single beds. Guests share 9 bathrooms, including 10 showers and one with a bath.
Plenty of doonas, pillows and blankets are supplied, and we supply bed linen and towels for the duration of the stay. Beds can be made on request and at a small fee.
Our kitchen is located centrally and is the hub of activities. It is equipped with 2 commercial ovens, an 8 burner cook-top, a commercial dish-washing machine (makes the cleaning up a breeze), plenty of refrigeration and enough cutlery and crockery for all.
“What a great venue for a large group of people. But the best feature by far is the commercial dishwasher. It washes a whole load of dishes in a couple of minutes – fantastic! And Queenscliff is a great place to explore.” Richard