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Phone: +61 8 9641 1884


Settlers House, built by the Craig family in about 1845, is nestled in the heart of Historic York, a leisurely and scenic 80 minute drive from Perth the capital city of Western Australia. Settlers House has been an historic landmark for over 170 years and is now classified by the National Trust. In 1855, Governor Fitzgerald gave it to John Taylor, a Yeoman from Yangedine, for a yearly rental of one peppercorn. Between 1875 to 1888 Settlers House was used as a Cobb and Co. staging post during the gold rush days. Settlers House brings back the elegance and style of yesteryear log fires, cobbled courtyards, lamp lit pathways and country hospitality.

Whilst Ensign Dale’s detachment of the 63rd Manchester Regiment had little more than their weekly ration of bread, salt, beef and three quarter pints of rum to tempt the palate, it trusts its fully licensed Bar and Restaurant will provide a vastly improved Bill of Fare. Accommodation in any one of its suites is second to none. So come along and step back into the relaxed and enchanting age of yesteryear. You know you deserve it.

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