Yallingup Caves House Hotel
History of Caves
Yallingup Caves House Hotel is the quintessential Australian pub and has been the resident watering hole for the locals since 1905. Tens of thousands of patrons have frequented the pub for its famous summer Sunday sessions over the decades.
In the early days, visitors were transported to the hotel by horse and buggy from Busselton and the hotel has been a honeymoon destination for over 100 years. We even have a resident ghost named Molly, who wanders the hotel to this day!
Yallingup translates to ‘place of love’ and indeed, Yallingup Caves House Hotel is the ideal setting for wedding ceremonies, receptions and stunning wedding photographs in our extensive heritage listed gardens and art deco hotel.
The hotels' rooms are beautifully appointed and many overlook the heritage listed gardens or beer garden. It's a great place to unwind and relax close to the beach and yet still be a part of the vibrant pub activity below.
Surfers have stomped through the halls since the 1950's as Yallingup Beach - just a stone's throw away - is the birthplace of surfing in WA.
Currently under new management with a revamped menu featuring classic Aussie pub grub combined with bistro style dining, Yallingup Caves House Hotel plays tribute to its past and embraces casual service with a smile. Welcoming families and locals, the old' jewel of the south west is set to shine again!
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