History

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.

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Got a head full of random facts? Put your skills to the test at Trivia Night - Wednesday's @ Th...

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