A little bit of history wrapped up in luxury
Birregurra 1865 B&B welcomes you to the tastes and sounds of yesteryear in the heart of historical Birregurra, close neighbour to Dan Hunter's Brae Restaurant , walking distance to Yield Restaurant and town centre, on the edge of the Otway Ranges and within 30 mins to Lorne and The Great Ocean Road.
Birregurra 1865 B&B—formerly named “The Native Youth Hotel”—invites you to enjoy luxury heritage Bed and Breakfast accommodation in a sympathetically restored historic building.
On offer is the choice of two generously sized and graciously appointed suites, each with luxurious full sized en-suites, including cast iron baths. Guests also have full use of a separate guest dining rooms.
The Brickie Pell Suite has available as an option an adjoining bed room. Offering a queen sized bed, this is a great option for family or close friends travelling together. Please call directly if you wish to take up this option, not available from direct booking.
Aside from the luxurious accommodation the town of Birregurra and surrounds provide all guests with a full range of activities and experiences. Only 30 minutes from Lorne and The Great Ocean Road Birregurra 1865 offers the peaceful ambience of country life within easy reach of the coast.
Going to Brae ?
For guests with a reservation we can offer a complimentary lift to the restaurant upon request, however during this Covid-19 period we limit passengers to 2. Return trips guests will need to reserve a taxi, refer confirmation email for details.
Brickie Pell Suite
The Brickie Pell Suite occupies the old bar (known as the snuggery) and ladies lounge. The beautifully appointed en suite with separate shower and cast iron bath, allows guests that self indulgence often sought but rarely found.
Lindsay McMahon Suite
The Lindsay McMahon Suite, once used as the Hotels Billiard Room, offers luxurious accommodation for the traditional B&B guest, and is ideal for longer term visitors to the region. The suite includes an ensuite with separate shower and cast iron bath, kitchenette and large sitting area.
Our Historical Journey
The building has been on a journey. Always it's seemed destined to host visitors to this unique region: from Cobb & Co to Native Youth Hotel; from Coffee Palace to Boarding House,flats and private residence; from near demolition to luxury B&B accommodation.