Built in 1927 and nestled beneath gum tress on a rise overlooking the township, the Latin word Salve – Welcome – on the threshold expresses one of the primary Benedictine values – hospitality.

Originally built as a Hostel for parents of the boarders at the New Norcia Colleges, and for many years operating as a Hotel, this grand neo-classical style building will take your breath away.It boasts fifteen comfortable rooms (with shared facilities) and swooping verandas and balconies to sit and soak up the peace and tranquillity.

Our catering department provides delicious meals for resident groups, tour groups or private functions, to enjoy in the grand dining room, with various options available.