Welcome to The Midland Hotel of Castlemaine.
Bed and breakfast accommodation at an iconic hotel.
Discover a place to stay that is welcoming, comfortable, authentic, relaxed and unique.
More personal than a motel; too grand for a b&b;
faster than a speeding bullet; and too homely for an hotel or motel;
it is just too hard to put into a category.
Review: "Grand yet unpretentious - Stylish yet homely."
Along with the comfortable accommodation, you can enjoy
our relaxed coffee lounge/wine bar and our little boutique shops. Both great places to be and to explore.
By staying at this grand, but small hotel you will be just walking distance to most restaurants and entertainments
and also the Castlemaine steam train.
The Midland Hotel has operated continuously since 1879 and although somewhat grand,
it is operated in a relaxed and informal manner.
In the summer months you may wish to relax in the leafy courtyard
and for the colder months there is the wine bar with the real open fire.
Perfect places to linger and of course there is also the magnificent guest's lounge.
It is a world of it's own that we hope you will enjoy.
So when you visit Castlemaine we hope that you will choose the unique Castlemaine experience of this true hotel.
The Midland accommodation is available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The ornate guest's lounge with skylight (above) for you to lounge in. But wait!
There is a lovely garden courtyard for you to enjoy and also a quietly run wine bar with a real open fire.
So let the world scurry and swirl outside, for what does any of it matter, really?
Where is Castlemaine?
Castlemaine is in the center of the Goldfields Region of Victoria and is only one and a quarter hours from Melbourne by car or train.
It is also only half an hour by car from Bendigo, Daylesford, Maryborough or Kyneton and an even shorter drive to
Maldon and Malmsbury. So you couldn't find a better place to stay to explore central Victoria.
Link to more detailed information on the Castlemaine area here.
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