A development application has been lodged to extend the Robertson Hotel to the tune of $50 million dollars.
The DA hopes to add a four story addition to the rear of the hotel to accommodate 46 new rooms, a function centre and basement car park.
Thirteen new eco tourist cabins, seven new eco-tourist villas, a new swimming pool and leisure centre has also been included in the development.
A refurbishment of the workers cottage in to an artist studio, a new reception and new internal roads and pedestrian pathways have also been listed.
The application was lodged on March 3 2020. The exhibition period for the development was from May 15 to June 22.
A Wingecarribee Shire Council spokesperson said that the application will go before the Joint Regional Planning Panel due to the cost.
Formerly known as Ranelagh House and Fountaindale Grand Manor, the building was constructed in 1925 by prominent Southern Highland architect Alf Stephens and Sons.
The property has served as a hotel, a WRAAF base, as place of rest and recovery for returning soldiers post World War II, as a Franciscan Friary and seminary in 1947, in the 1980s the property served to protect injured wildlife and in 1995 the film 'Babe' was filmed on the grounds of the Robertson Hotel.
Robertson Hotel was contacted for comment.