The hotel is a two storey Inter-war Free Classical style building with a hipped roof.
The ground level façade features cream coloured iles on the walls under the awning. The timber joinery for the doors and windows is painted in Brunswick green. The first level is face brickwork with rendered bands beneath and above the windows. Blind arches and motifs are displayed on the window heads. A balcony protrudes on the northern façade which is highlighted by two rusticated columns, a semi-circular vault, a flag pole and the hotel name embossing. The windows are timber framed double sashes. The roof is currently clad with concrete tiles.
The hotel has a single storey component at the southern end of the western elevation and a first level extension with fibro sheeted walls on the eastern end of the northern elevation.
The interior of the hotel has experienced alterations. However, some original /early joinery and the coffered ceilings at the bar area remain.
The hotel has a small basement within the front part of the building.
- 1 Balcony
- 1 Garage
- spectacular view