The Spottiswoode Hotel was constructed in 1888 at 62 Hudsons Road, Spotswood.
 
Designed by Frederick Woolfe who ensured the building was another wonderful example of the Italian Renaissance Revival style. The design was quite common for hotels that were built near railway stations in the late 1800's early 1900's.
 
The Spottiswoode Hotel is significant for its association with the Spottiswoode family. As some might all ready know or perhaps have guessed, the Spottiswoode family were a well known family within the region and the town of "Spotswood" was so named in recognition of the Spottiswoode family.
 
Evolving from a colourful and somewhat tawdry past into an innovative Gastropub in 2015.