Restaurants with Log Fires in Perth

Don’t hibernate this winter! There are many restaurants with log fires in Perth to enjoy a hearty meal and even some mulled wine. Get your winter woollies on and enjoy a lunch or dinner at a cosy restaurant, pub or café by a roaring fire! Check out our big list here…

Cosy Restaurants in the Perth Hills

The Parkerville Tavern

The Parkerville Tavern
The Parky is perfect on a sunny day, with its huge beer garden for basking in the sunshine. Did you know that inside the historic pub, there’s a lovely dining area with roaring wood fire? So you can enjoy a tasty meal at the Hills spot, all year round! Read the Seniorocity review here. Find the Parkerville Tavern at 6 Owen Road, Parkerville.

The Packing Shed

Restaurants with Log Fires in Perth
Found in the Bickley Valley, The Packing Shed is toasty warm even on the chilliest Perth Hills day. Enjoy a cup of coffee with brunch, or even a delicious platter with a glass of red from the adjoining Lawnbrook Estate. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find the Packing Shed at 9 Loaring Road, Bickley.

The Mundaring Weir Hotel

Mundaring Weir Hotel, Mundaring

Pull up a chair right next to the cosy fireplace at this historic pub. If you’re visiting on a Sunday, you’ll be able to smell the delicious aromas from their famous lamb spit roast, which is served in the afternoon. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find the Mundaring Weir Hotel at Hall Rd, cnr Mundaring Weir Road, Mundaring.


Embers, Gooseberry Hill
Embers is famous in the hills for its wood fired pizzas. This Gooseberry Hill eatery has the fires roaring on a cold winter’s morning for the early risers too. Enjoy a tasty brunch, in the enclosed veranda by the pot belly stove. Dogs are also welcome. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find Embers at 169 Railway Road, Gooseberry Hill.

Naked Apple Cider House

Naked Apple Cider House, Karragullen
The Naked Apple Cider House has not one, but three log fires to keep you snug! Enjoy a mulled cider over some delicious food. The cosy venue, set amongst bushland, is a lovely place to enjoy a bite to eat. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find Naked Apple Cider House at 1088 Brookton Highway, Karragullen.

La Fattoria

La Fattoria
You’ll receive a warm welcome at the traditional Italian trattoria. Traditional “Nonna’s Table” dining, as well as delicious platters by the log fire are available at La Fattoria. If you’d like to enjoy the valley view, there’s outdoor heaters too. Be sure to enjoy a cup of home-made soup! Read the Seniorocity review here. Find La Fattoria at 211 Merrivale Rd, Pickering Brook.

Mount Helena Tavern

Mount Helena Tavern, Mount Helena
Take a winter drive to the historic pub. The Mount Helena Tavern is full of rustic charm and character. There’s cosy lounge areas, dining rooms and open fireplaces to enjoy tasty pub grub on a chilly hills day. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find The Mount Helena Tavern at 900 Keane Street, Mount Helena.

Cosy Restaurants in the Swan Valley

Alfred’s Kitchen

Alfred's Kitchen, Guildford
Does Alfred’s Kitchen have Perth’s most famous wood fire? People can be found devouring burgers around the fire pit at the legendary burger joint. The Alfred’s train carriages are also a good spot to sit and enjoy their pea and ham soup – made the same way for decades! Read the Seniorocity review here. Find Alfred’s Kitchen at corner of Meadow Street and James Street, Guildford.

Homestead Brewery at Mandoon Estate

Homestead Brewery
The Homestead Brewery has a casual atmosphere, craft beers made on site and delicious food. In winter this can all be enjoyed by the huge open fireplace. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find Homestead Brewery at 10 Harris Road, Caversham.

Rose & Crown

Rose and crown Guildford
During the winter months WA’s oldest pub is a lovely spot for hearty food by the fireplace, in one of their beautifully restored dining rooms. DO you love their beer garden too? There’s outside fire pits found here. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find The Rose & Crown at 105 Swan Street, Guildford.

Restaurants with Log Fires in Perth ‘s North

Whale and Ale

It’s s a great place to visit when the temperature drops. At the big, modern pub in Clarkson, there’s a fire burning, which gives a lovely warm feeling on a chilly winter day. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find the Whale and Ale at the corner of Ocean Keys Boulevard and Key Largo Drive, Clarkson.

The Duke

The Duke
This cosy northern suburbs pub is full of British charm and really comes into its own in cold UK-style weather! At The Duke there’s a Sunday roast carvery, and traditional pub fayre all week long by the wood fireplace. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find The Duke at 2 Innesvale Way, Carramar.

300 Acres

300 Acres Wembley
300 Acres Restaurant and Bar is the perfect spot for all day dining, particularly for all the budding golfers out there! Set amongst the beautiful surrounds of the Wembley golf course this truly is a stunning location. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find 300 Acres at Wembley Golf Course, 200 The Boulevard, Wembley Downs.

Restaurants with Log Fires in Perth’s South

The Last Drop Elizabethan 

The last Drop

This cosy, Tudor style pub is found at the Elizabethan Village in the Perth Hills. The village had been built in the 1970s with replicas of buildings from Stratford upon Avon in England, including William Shakespeare’s birthplace and Anne Hathaway’s cottage. The Elizabethan Village pub is a cosy slice of the Cotswalds. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find the Last Drop Armadale at25 Cannes Road, Bedfordale.

Jarrahdale Tavern

Jarrahdale Tavern

Courtesy Jarrahdale Tavern

There’s plenty of dining spaces for all seasons at the Jarrahdale Tavern. The beer garden has an outdoor fire pit and wood fired pizza oven, while the bar boasts an impressive log fire, which roars alongside the pool table. Read the Seniorocity review here. Find the Jarrahdale Tavern at 640 Jarrahdale Road, Jarrahdale.

Have we missed your favourite restaurant with log fires in Perth? Let us know in the comments below!

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About Amanda Carlin

Amanda Carlin has her own food and travel blog. Established in 2013, through "Simply PERTHfect", Amanda loves getting out and about in Perth and WA. She enjoys brunching, lunching or something a little fancy in equal measures. With her parents in tow, Amanda always has plenty of senior-friendly eating options to recommend. Be sure to check out Simply PERTHfect.

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