George IV Inn
Hotels - Picton, NSW
The George IV Inn is a beautiful old pub in the heart of Picton established in 1835 and is the 2nd oldest licensed premises in NSW.
A WARM WELCOME TO … GEORGE IV INN, PICTON
Established in 1839 George IV Inn, is one of the oldest colonial inns, still operating as a hotel. Constructed from local hand hewn sand stone, the George (as known by locals) still contains that great colonial and vibrant heritage. Constructed on the banks of Stonequarry Creek, the stables (now know as the great hall) dates back to 1810 being one of the first buildings in Picton and possibly the oldest.
The Inn has a rich history with the transportation of convicts. Convicts were kept over night shackled in the cellar while en-route to Berrima prison from Sydney. You can still see some of the shackles behind the bar. In it’s early days the Inn has been providing accommodation for travelers over the decades, on the Great South Road from Sydney. Giving access to the areas of Bong Bong (Southern Highlands) and Argyle County (Goulburn).
OVER THE CENTURIES THE HOTEL HAS OFFERED GUESTS WITH AFFORDABLE ACCOMMODATION TO SUIT ALL NEEDS
George IV Inn is situated in Picton and just 10 minutes from the Hume Highway. We offer eight rooms with shared bathroom facilities. We have accommodation from Single, Twin Share, Double and Family Room.
ROOMS RATES FROM $60 PER NIGHT @ GEORGE IV INN
• Single rooms from $60.00
• Double rooms from $80.00
• Twin Share rooms from $85.00
• Family room from $115.00