The Rose and Crown in historic Guildford is WA's oldest operating Hotel and is situated in the historic Perth suburb of Guildford. Guests may choose to dine from the a-la-carte menu in the 1841 Restaurant, dine al fresco in the atmospheric garden (which includes the first rose planted in WA) or enjoy a delicious meal while lounging at leisure in the Posh Convict restaurant and bar. The covered deck bar area is the perfect spot for a warm day, and features misters to cool things down and a simple menu of pub grub. Dating back to WA's early convict days, the Rose and Crown harbours a number of interesting tales from its past. Folklore has it that the tunnel which lies underneath the 160 year old floor leads to the river and a working well, where fresh water was once used to produce the hotel's beer.