"Uralia Bed & Breakfast" Northam Hotel Tip by keeweechic

Northam Hotels: 10 reviews and 19 photos


This property was originally known as Rosalyn and was also St John of God Hospital during 1947 - 1973. It was built in 1902/03 for George Lionel Throssell, who was part owner of the largest merchant business in Northam (Throssell, Son & Stewart). The building has been listed with the Heritage Council because of its fine example of Federation Free Style architecture. Usually during this time the larger residences were in Queen Anne style. The Federation style was more widely used for public buildings. Since 1988 it has been a private residence with a cottage B & B. They also sell antiques

Address: 59 Gordon St
Theme: Bed and Breakfast

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Written Feb 11, 2006
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