The Best Western Pemberton Hotel

The Best Western Pemberton Hotel offers accommodation in 30 modern motel rooms adjoining the hotel.  Two rooms have facilities for the disabled.  All of the rooms have balconies and most have views across to the Karri and Jarrah trees of Pemberton town park.  

We are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner every day, excepting Good Friday and Christmas Day.

The hotel features open wood fires in the lounge and TAB bar.  

Cafe Mazz and the alfresco dining area offers a modern atmosphere with added gas heaters for warmth during the colder winter months.

Coach and tour groups are welcome for accommodation or meals by prior arrangement.

Wheelchair access to the cafe and bar from the rear carpark is available.  

Contact us by phone on (61) 8 9776 1017 or
Email reservations@pembertonhotel.com.au
 

HOTEL HISTORY

The Pemberton Hotel was originally constructed in Greenbushes in the early 1900s and known as the Courthouse Hotel.   In February 1926 an application was granted for the transfer of the license from Greenbushes to Pemberton.  The Pemberton Hotel was opened in April 1926 having been re-built from materials transported from the former Courthouse Hotel site in Greenbushes.

In 2000 the rammed earth motel units and Cafe Mazz were added to the complex to cater for the ever-increasing popularity of the Pemberton Hotel.

 

LOCATION:

The Pemberton hotel is located just 330kms south of Perth in the heart of the South West's Southern Forests region.within the Pemberton town centre and a walk from the visitors' information centre and tourist tramway. 
Pemberton nestles amongst the finest of Western Australia's national parks,  forests, rivers, inland sand dunes and spectacular coastal scenery.   
Local tours can be arranged with pick up from our doorstep.
 

LIQUOR LICENSING:

License Number:   6010011486
License Class:       HOTEL
Licensee:                 Joseph Mazzarolo (Anors)
Premises:                66 Brockman Street, Pemberton 6260

Warning:
Under the Liquor Control Act 1988, it is an offence to sell or supply liquor to a person under the age of 18 years on licensed or regulated premises; or for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase, or attempt to purchase, liquor on licensed or regulated premises.
 


 

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