The historic Queen of the Murchison Hotel is waiting to accommodate you. When you are travelling along the Great Northern Highway relax and spend a day or two in the historic gold mining town of Cue. This luxury two storey, historic building, was formally a hotel, which was built in 1938. It is now a bed and breakfast providing overnight and holiday accommodation. The main original building was constructed in the grand style of two storey double-brick and iron roof, with extensive use of jarrah throughout and huge public rooms with high ceilings. Guest facilities include a lush outdoor garden area and secure off-street parking. Excellent meals are also available, offering old fashioned service in a relaxed family atmosphere, with B.Y.O License. Enjoy air conditioning in summer or dine around the log fire in winter. Stroll around and view our various collections including exotic birds and our vintage motorcycle display including Harley Davidsons, Triumphs and B.S.A's ect.
A quiet drink on the verandah or a chat with hosts and guests makes an enjoyable end to your day.

“…Stayed here recently with work on wayback from Newman.
I like Cue as a town it has a good vibe, I noticed this place on the way up andthought I would give it a try on my way back to Perth and glad I did.
It was a pub in its former life but now is a bed and breakfast.
What a grand old building, the owner Chas was great, showing off his vintagemotor cycle collection and Macaws (birds) out the back, as we had a cold beer,(BYO) there’s a bottle shop next door.
You are able to lock your car in the big rear yard for security.
Room upstairs was clean and comfy, big TV room upstairs and a fridge etc. ,dining room downstairs and tea and coffee making facilities.
There is ducted evaporative air con and a fan in the room, it was a hot day butlike most old buildings it was cool and quite pleasant. Dinner is offered andbreakfast is included.
I sat on the upstairs balcony with a cold beer and was joined by the owner anda few of the guests as we had a chat and watched the world go by, well slowlybut it is Cue.”
Big Bronco351 – Trip Advisor