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The Grand View Hotel

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by Wendy (subscribe)
Enjoy walking, exploring my surrounds, photography, scrapbooking and stringing words together
Published July 5th 2014
Grand View not just by name but character too
Overlooking North Stradbroke Island is the delightful Grand View famed for being the oldest licensed hotel in Queensland. Built in 1851 it still maintains its old world charm. It is only a 30 minute drive from Brisbane CBD.

We recently enjoyed a birthday lunch celebration in the outdoor restaurant. Our visit coincided with St Paddy's Day and was very festive and busy. The staff were dressed for the occasion and all were friendly and accommodating.
A mini animal farm provided a novel attraction for the children and the boys frequently returned to the enclosure which proved to be a very popular addition.
And if one was diligent the occasional classic car or two could be spotted in the car park.
On their website the heading "Heritage" is well worth the read if you enjoy learning the history of places you visit. If you choose to stay, the accommodation has been beautifully refurbished in the style of the era in which it was built and would make a great base to explore this beautiful region.

The Grand View is open 7 days
Opening hours are:

Sunday: 10am - till 10pm
Monday: 10am - till 11pm
Tuesday: 10am - till 11pm
Wednesday: 10am - till 11pm
Thursday: 10am - till midnight
Friday: 10am - till midnight
Saturday: 10am - till midnight

Gaming Room open from 10am daily
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Why? Celebrating a special occasion or just a good meal
Phone: (07) 3286 1002
Where: 49 North Street, Cleveland Point
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