The Eltham Hotel
Why you'll love The Eltham Hotel
- Rich history dating back to the late nineteenth century
- Relaxed and friendly environment perfect for an after work drink
- Close proximity to Greensborough and Westfield Shoppingtown
First opened as Watson’s Hotel, a double-storeyed building constructed on the main Road frontage circa 1887 for Christopher Watson, the Eltham Hotel has social and historical significance as an important meeting place within the Little Eltham township. With additions and/or extensive rebuilding during the First World War period and later, The Eltham Hotel has been a local landmark on this site for more than a century. The building as it is today dates from the 1920s and/or later and was the meeting place in the 1950s of Eltham’s artists, intellectuals and (other) mud brick builders, who were developing a distinctive local lifestyle at that time. At The Eltham Hotel we offer two great spaces catering for different groups, sizes and budgets. Whether your next event is a birthday, engagemen
The Eltham Hotel Function Rooms
The Watson Room
Located off Pitt Street with its own heritage bar, private entrance, male and female toilets, sound system and TV, The Watson Room is ideal for meetings, presentations, conferences and small to medium sized parties and events.
The Terrace is an iconic semi-private area located off the venue's Sports Bar. This open-air space can facilitate up to 120 guests and is ideal for cocktail parties and social events. The Terrace is strictly non-smoking.