The Club, Historic Hotel Clifton
Bistro Dining, Entertainment
The Club Bistro is a destination for a good night out, for that special dinner, or a weekend get-away. With a full lunch and dinner menu, with a kid’s menu, daily specials. The Club also makes tasty pizzas. See The Club Dining ›
Enjoy the lounge with the Juke Box and large screen for TV and movies. The lounge can be booked for private functions.
Try your hand on one of the gaming machines or Keno and watch the numbers displayed as you’re dining.
Don’t forget The Club’s ‘Outback Bar’ with its pool table and BBQ for families. This area also has it's own TV and music.
The Club’s accommodation is fully renovated and rebuilt, and yet reflects the charm of a bygone era. The Club Clifton accommodates up to 12 people in a combination of ‘Double’ and ‘Twin Single’ rooms. One room has a spacious private lounge that converts to another double bed.
While two of the Queen Bed rooms have their own ensuite, like all Australian hotels of yesteryear we have opted for external shared bathrooms and toilets for the others, just a few steps from the bedroom door.
All rooms are equipped with television and air conditioning, with three rooms adjoining our lovely Queenslander verandah. See Club Accommodation ›
Day Trip, Touring, or Planning a Celebration?
Visiting Clifton as part of your Car Club or Touring Club? Make a filling meal at the The Club’s Bistro one of your highlights.
Touring through the picturesque Darling Downs? Stay a day or three to soak in some of Clifton’s historic background as you enjoy local hospitality at The Club. See Destination Clifton ›
Celebrate your next birthday or special event with the best party makers in town! You bring the group, we’ll add the colour. Balloons, streamers, table covers… just let us know your theme. The Club will even make the cake!
Historic Hotel - The Club, Clifton
Built in 1889, The Club is the oldest hotel in town and has many stories to share. As well as the fires, there’s the ghost, the horse that drank at the bar, and another that slept upstairs while his owner drank at the bar.
Known originally as ‘The Club’ the hotel took on the name of the ‘Pink Pub’ when painted pink from top to bottom. The Club was built in 1889 and remained the only hotel in King Street, the main street of Clifton, until 1900. Continue reading Historic Hotel - The Club, Clifton History ›
Contact the Club Clifton for your next Clifton town visit.