Welcome to Beechworth Carriage Motor Inn
Here at Beechworth Carriage Motor Inn we are passionate about Beechworth and its history. When you explore beautiful Beechworth and Victoria’s High Country from your base at our Beechworth Carriage Motor Inn, rest assured you will be well cared for at the end of each exciting day.
We are only steps away from many heritage listed buildings and surrounded by majestic liquid amber elm trees. We overlook the historic Loddon hotel (now a private residence) and only 200m from the Post Office, Historic Precinct and Visitor Information Centre. Close by you will find vibrant cafés and shopping strip, including the famous Beechworth Bakery; award winning The Beechworth Sweet Co and Beechworth Honey Experience.
Share our experience of the true region of Beechworth from our friendly welcome to local and regional information. You will love your clean, well setup room, relaxing outdoor areas and the easy two minute stroll to the town centre.
We care that you have a good time and hope that you will fall in love with Beechworth too. Be it history, food and wine, shopping, adventure or just to relax and unwind. We will do our best to ensure your break in Beechworth is exactly how you wished it would be.
Things to do & see
Beechworth is the historic heart of Victoria’s High Country and the perfect base from which to explore, adventure, taste and indulge in the best of the High Country and the Australian Alps. Beechworth is one of only two towns in Victoria classified as “Notable” by the National Trust. Visit our 'Places to see' page for more information on Beechworth and the surrounding area.
Fun Facts About 44 Camp Street
Did you know that Beechworth’s first rate book shows that on the 11th April 1856 George Briscoe Kerford was the owner occupier of this very site? He lived here and also ran his very successful brewery from this property. George Briscoe Kerford was a very active member of the Beechworth community and later became Premier of Victoria. Find out more about George Briscoe Kerferd.
Tom O’Toole the famous Beechworth baker and owner of Beechworth bakery did part his apprenticeship at this very site when it was a bakery. We still have some of the original baker’s orchard behind rooms 14 to 27. The oranges, lemons and apples were used daily in the baked goods made here. We still continue to harvest the fruits and use them in our restaurant.