The Old George & Dragon building was built in 1837 and is one of the oldest buildings in Maitland.
Originally built as a 9 – bedroom house was converted into a Coach Inn by Tooth & Co in 1839. The Coach Inn ran until the late 1970’s when the George Tavern was built at Greenhills and the original Liquor Licence was transferred.
Mr & Mrs Morphy bought the building in 1985, then created The Old George & Dragon Restaurant and Guesthouse. The Restaurant become well known and a true fine dining experience in Maitland. In 2003, the Morphy’s retired and the Restaurant and Guesthouse were spilt.
In the 2015, the Guesthouse closed. Since then, we have been refurbishing our heritage building and the office suites have been created out of these refurbishments.
Our heritage building will create that office space with a difference. The suites can accommodate single, double or triple occupancy. With a range of sizes, our suites can cater to your growing small business.
The Old George & Dragon building is located in a prime business area of East Maitland. Close to Stockland Greenhills and the busy Lawes St.
With Melbourne St, being a hub of different businesses and cafes. Our offices are situated to give maximum exposure for your business.
Off – street and free on – street parking your clients will have easy access to the building.
Office Suite features include:
I love my new office space, it has everything I need and is very quiet. Thanks Rosemary!
The Meeting room is very large and quite comfortably fit 10 of our employees in for a conference. Wifi and a whiteboard is perfect for what we do.
“I needed office space where I could see clients a few times a week. From the moment I contacted Rosemary at the Old George and Dragon Offices I knew that I had found a spot that would work for me. The offices are quiet, beautifully presented and easy to get to. My schedule quite often changes and Rosemary has always been supportive and helpful.
I would recommend the Old George and Dragon Offices to anyone who needs office space, whether full-time, or like me, a few hours a week. The boardroom is excellent for anyone who needs a larger room for a seminar or board meeting.”