The Royal George Hotel

the royal george hotel
    royal george
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  • a building where travelers can pay for lodging and meals and other services
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  • An establishment providing accommodations, meals, and other services for travelers and tourists

Royal Hotel (fmr), George Street, East Fremantle, WA
Royal Hotel (fmr), George Street, East Fremantle, WA
Built: 1903 - Architect: E Mauermann - Architectural style: Federation Free Classical. Commonly known as the Royal George Hotel. The Royal George Hotel was built as the 'Royal Hotel' in 1903 for Michael and Daniel Mulcahy. It was designed by E Mauermann, an architect and civil engineer of Fremantle, in a Federation Free Classical style typical of the gold boom years at the turn of the 20th century in Western Australia. It continued to function as a hotel or tavern until 1979, under successive ownerships of the Mulcahy brothers, the Castlemaine Brewery, the Swan Brewery and a Mr and Mrs Burgess. The building was then de-licenced and used as a school for five years during which time its fate was being debated. Following the decision to retain the building in the mid 1980s it was partially reconstructed and restored in 1986/87. On the 9th of November 1987 it opened as the Royal George Arts and Community Centre. longer in use as an arts and community centre, the premises are now closed and awaiting approval of a development proposal to convert the building into serviced apartments and a restaurant.
Sleepy Harbour
Sleepy Harbour
Millport Inner Harbour with the big white building The Royal George Hotel. Millport , the chief and only town on the Isle of Cumbrae , which is situated just off the mainland of the coastal North Ayrshire town of Largs. Today , the town feels like a sleepy backwater , but away back in the 1930's , 40's & 50's , when life was a bit more simpler and before the advent of foreign travel to Spain and the likes , firms in Glasgow would mostly all shut down for the 'Glasgow Fair Fortnight' and give their hard-working employees a forced 2-week holiday. Hundreds of thousands of people would get onboard a Steamer and sail 'Doon the Watter' on their vacations to such places like the Clyde resorts of Millport , Largs , Dunoon Brodick & Rothesay. Once a Steamer was filled with people and thier baggage , it would leave immediately , only for another one to take it place and a steady flow of ships leaving the River Clyde in Glasgow wasn't unusual.

the royal george hotel
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