Immerse yourself in the Kalgoorlie of old in a delightful and iconic 1890s to 1940s house, known as Allora.
The Guest House is heritage-listed and has been lovingly restored to showcase the magnificent high ceilings, lead lights and polished floor boards and is being updated. Serviced accommodation is for two people and you have a choice of either a queen bed or a double bed. Each room has air-conditioning and a flatscreen television. The modern bathroom, lounge and kitchenette are shared.
The property is located only two blocks from the main street, railway station and a short walk to most attractions and great restaurants. There is safe, secure off-street parking, shared laundry and kitchenette, shared dining areas, lounge and barbecue outdoor garden.
Allora is the Italian word for affection and fittingly named when the house was built by JD Connolly and offered as a gift from the owner to his future wife as an engagement present.
ActivitiesBirdwatching Walk Walks
Disabled AssistanceDisabled access available
MembershipRegional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Tourism Council Australia
AccreditationAustralian Tourism Accreditation
Daily rate AUD120 per room.
Maximum of two people per room.
Breakfast provided at AUD20 per head, there is a toaster, kettle, plates, cutlery and a sink to wash up. There are cafes and a supermarket only a block away, for any of your requirements.
Check In: 2:00 pm
Check Out: 10:00 am