Admiral Stirling Inn
Admiral Stirling Inn is named after Western Australia's founding governor, who became a full Admiral late in life, Admiral Stirling Inn has to be a 'she', as the air and vitality of a master-built ship exudes from every imperial inch of her jarrah decks, weatherboards and lasting craftsmanship.
Admiral Stirling Inn is an impressive presence on Ned Higgins Lane, yet a peaceful one, having been carefully built amongst the existing graceful old trees, complete with falling gumnuts. Set back from the main street and close to the River's nature trails, but with the advantage of having all the attractions of town within reach of your sea-legs, the accommodations here offer convenience as well as comfort. The comforts are modern but there is a warmth brought from another time.
The promise of Admiral Stirling Inn is difference, with style. The philosophy is that families and small groups, as well as individuals and couples, should have affordable opportunity to have classy accommodation quarters in town - whether fully self-contained or rooms with private facilities and access to superb all-guest facilities.
Admiral Stirling Inn accommodations also hold Western Australian history in back-benches from the WA Legislative Council gracing several quarters, from which you might ponder your holiday agenda. The seafaring theme is tastefully carried throughout and, with such extensive use of local hardwood timbers, many a wishful naval-gazer (sic) will take pleasure in exploring the unique and adventurous spirit of the place.
Welcome aboard, and to the perfect helm to steer your Margaret River course!