Located in Albany, Western Australia, the Albany Foreshore Guest House building is also known as Vancouver House, and named after Captain George Vancouver.  In 1791 Captain George Vancouver claimed the southern part of Western Australia for the British Crown. As he explored along the coast, he discovered one of the world's finest natural harbours and named it the Princess Royal Harbour and King George III Sound.

Built by the National Australia Bank, the building used to be the residence of the Bank Manager’s family from 1881. Vancouver House has served as a bed & breakfast for several decades, providing comfortable accommodation to tourists and visitors to Albany, and the business was formerly known as the Vancouver Guest House.

With the recent development of the Albany Foreshore, including the new Albany Entertainment Centre just across the road, the guest house is now known as the Albany Foreshore Guest House.

The Albany Foreshore Guest House comprises of five available guest rooms, each named after interesting characters and explorers associated with Albany, Western Australia, and boasts an impressive art collection.

Albany Foreshore Guest House aims to combine comfortable accommodation with warm hospitality to make your stay in Albany as pleasant and enjoyable as possible.

Contact Us

86 Stirling Terrace, Albany, 6330, WA

08 9842 8324

08 9842 8325


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