The Trundle Hotel was constructed at the turn of the 20th Century and was listed on the National Estate in 1995.
It is constructed of stuccoed brick, pise, concrete and timber framing. It is two storeys having squared timber verandah columns with timber brackets and valances. The roof is constructed with bullnosed iron roofing and iron brackets.
For added stability the building has metal rods inserted the width of the building. They can be seen from the outside of the building and passing through some bedrooms.
The first floor has timber framed walls lined with Wunderlich (pressed) metal. Most Bedrooms and downstair areas also used the wunderlich metal for ceilings and walls.