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Welcome to Grenfell Hall Bed & Breakfast

Grenfell Hall Bed & Breakfast is a Heritage listed property, located a short walk from the historic main Street and attractions. A grand old Edwardian home build in 1907 originally as a private residence. It was purchased by the Roman Catholic Church in 1952 and turned into a convent for the sisters of St Joseph School. The school added a chapel in 1955 and sold the convent in 1970.

It has been restored with exquisite stenciling from the Victorian period, offering visitors a unique accommodation experience.

Grenfell Hall is furnished with period furniture collected from around the world. There is off street parking and it is close to all Grenfell's amenities.

Accommodation Options

A choice of four spacious Guest Suites with Ensuites, all quite individual, but beautifully and newly decorated to the highest standards with charming period art works and many lovely old family antiques. Group bookings for all four suites are also available.

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The Chapel Room

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The Lawson Room

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The Melrose Room

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The Weddin Room

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The Chapel Room
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The Lawson Room
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The Melrose Room
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The Weddin Room
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Facilities
Guest Facilities
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The Drawing Room
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The Breakfast Room
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The Sitting Room
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Grenfell Hall Gardens
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Attractions
Local Attractions
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Weddin Mountains
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Ben Hall's Cave
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Seaton's Farm
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Bertha's Gully
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Commodities Silos
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Our guests are saying some great things about Grenfell Hall

Grenfell Hall was wonderful. Not only filled with stunning treasures from all over the world, but it was quiet, comfortable and well appointed. Warwick was a fantastic host and provided a delicious breakfast. We intend to make this one of our regular stopover points - we love it.

We liked everything about the property, it’s exceptional.

A very interesting place to stay which embraced the history of the town. Would stay there again.

Breakfast was delicious. Our host was delightful very welcoming and helpful. Thoroughly enjoyed all the eclectic art collection!

The Reading Room

The Breakfast Room

The Sitting Room

The Gardens