Discover St Bernards Hotel - Paradise made simple

Discover the tranquil beauty of St Bernards Hotel - Paradise made simple.

St Bernards Hotel is situated in the most ideal position. Located on the edge of an ancient volcanic escarpment, the Hotel commands wonderful views of Tamborine Valley overlooking Guanaba Gorge, Moreton Bay, the Gold Coast skyline and the Pacific Ocean.

On one hand you have the sea views and on the other the invigorating air of the mountains.

Rainforest walks starting from the Hotel include five different waterfalls.

So come and enjoy some country hospitality with views that are spectacular, fine dining for every occasion and an experience that's well worth it.

Robert Muir built St Bernards House in 1881 on the site of the present Council Quarry as an accommodation house for its managers and staff. He bought almost 2000 acres of heavy scrubland at the top of the southern end of the mountain intending to grow sugar cane when the land was cleared. Mr. Muir was drowned in the flooded Logan River at Yatala in 1887.

The following owners started a village settlement and moved St Bernards to its present site in 1898. During its history , St Bernards has had many varied roles including Post Office receiving centre, in 1915 it became a licensed property, the 1920's saw St Bernards as a convalescent Private Hotel and an accommodation House for up to 100 guests. The tariff was three pound fifteen shillings per week.

Rainforest walks starting from the Hotel include five different waterfalls.

Today, St Bernards prides itself on its country home-style atmosphere, with great food, good people and the warm ambience typical of a country pub. Summer allows you to escape the heat under our hundred year old trees enjoying wonderful alfresco dining with fabulous views, whilst winter provides cosy rooms with traditional furniture and pot belly stoves radiating warmth in traditional bars.

St Bernards the largest and most famous Hotel on the Mountain, located in heart of Gold Coast Hinterland.