Located at the corner of Railway Terrace and Sixth Street, you will find the Transcontinental Hotel which is one of Quorn's first solid stone buildings. It boasted more than twenty rooms back in its heyday during the late 19th and early 20th centuries providing unrivalled accommodation for weary travellers.
Built in 1878, the fine old hotel has original fireplaces and a long wooden bar. Its colours are traditionally outback with earthy wood tones. A northern balcony was added to the building in the 1920s, as well as some renovations to its bedrooms, parlours, dining rooms and bathrooms.
Today, the traditional country hotel serves hearty meals for lunch and dinner. And, of course, you can also enjoy a drink or two in the bar. Do check out their Facebook page for the latest menu. Transcontinental Hotel has been on the South Australian heritage register since 1984 and is site 27 along the Quorn Heritage Walk.