The Belmore Hotel was built by local Matthew Miller in 1866 and has been an iconic building in Scone ever since. With its filigree verandahs, stone quoins and iron columns, The Belmore is one of the town’s earliest surviving buildings. Originally named The Railway Inn, the hotel was renamed ‘The Belmore’ in 1871, in honour of the NSW Governor and fourth Earl of Belmore.

The history of the Belmore’s secrets are given away by its design…

The back entry of the courtyard was the original entry for the horse and carts that would arrive at the establishment. If you look over the balcony of the accommodation of the Belmore, it now overlooks the current courtyard, which was once an entrance for the “horse and cart” of its time.

The Belmore Hotel offer a large dining room, two large bars, gaming room, TAB and a large courtyard. The staff at the hotel are committed to ensuring your utmost comfort during your stay and can assist you with anything you need or advise you on places to visit whilst you are here.

Our restaurant bistro has a reputation for one of the best steaks in the Upper Hunter. We believe it’s all about the quality and work with the best suppliers to bring you the most succulent cuts, cooked to perfection by our accomplished Chefs.

We are delighted to have you join us here at the Belmore Hotel and trust that you will have a wonderful experience and enjoy everything the Upper Hunter Valley has to offer.