Amelia Park Lodge
‘West Australian local heritage, meets luxurious and cosmopolitan style’.
That just about sums up Amelia Park Lodge…but not really. There is so much more.
This beautiful property is an exceptional blend of local historical significance and outstanding recent creativity. The Lodge, previously known as Newton House and built in 1852, combined with The Tavern; a rich tapestry of European deluxe styling and is the newest addition to Amelia Park Lodge, in Vasse, Western Australia. Both are a ‘must see and do’ on your next trip to the South West.
The Tavern (opening Dec 1st 2017) internally resembles a Viennese concert hall in height and grandeur, but with an eclectic mix of French, Italian and Spanish furnishings to give you a truly sumptuous and European experience. There’s the floor to ceiling antique mirrors, copper bar, marble vanities and imported Italian tiles and huge Spanish inspired chandeliers. A whiskey room and champagne lounge with deep green velvet lounges add to the rich and luxurious mood.
The cosmopolitan ambience of rich European styling inside, gives way to a large outdoor terrace and rolling lawn, welcoming families. An alfresco kitchen in the ‘beer garden’ offers pizza, burgers, chips and all the ‘pub-style’ food you expect from a distinctly Australian hotel. Go there, in your boardies and thongs, or dress the part for a truly deluxe experience and feel completely at ease and welcome.