Bleakhouse Hotel

Bleakhouse Hotel

The Beach Albert Park has rebranded to Bleakhouse Hotel.

Since 1883, the Bleakhouse has stood charmingly at the end of Victoria Avenue and Beaconsfield Parade, overlooking Port Phillip Bay. As part of a major overhaul, the Hotel has entered a new phase of existence.

Based on the 1850's Charles Dicken's novel of the same name, owner Tom Walker (formerly Middle Park Hotel, Albert Park Hotel, Newmarket Hotel, The Prince) has taken over the beachside boozer, creating open-plan spaces that welcomes locals and invites newcomers.

Executive Chef, David Marshall (ex Middle Park Hotel, Wilson & Market), guides the menu serving British and Australian pub classics refined with modern additions.

At the bar, lap up on territory-wide beers or peruse the extensive list of wines to pair with your meal, or toast in good company.

Screens throughout the Public Bar and Courtyard embrace the sporting roots of the city, while the Dining Room invites culinary greats for one-night affairs.

The first phase of the revamp is complete, the second to come. For the meantime, drop in for a pint or two and sign up to stay in the loop.


❊ Address ❊

 ⊜  97 Beaconsfield Parade  Albert Park 3206 View Map
 ✆ Telephone: (03) 9690 4642
97 Beaconsfield Parade Albert ParkVictoria(03) 9690 4642

❊ Web Links ❊

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