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I love cooking in camp ovens and when I heard about the out back cook off, I booked accommodation and off we went. Had the best weekend. The hotel was rocking all weekend when we arrived we picked up the food they supplied and planed...More
We have loved staying there before but sadly it is still closed when we passed in July from its summer closure.
Would be great to see it come back to life as it is in a very interesting part of the Flinders and would compliment...More
Attended, there were signs on the doors stating- 'Notice To Customers, The Business Of The North Blinman Hotel Will Be Closed During The Summer Months Until Further Notice. [signed] Heard Phillips, Chartered Accountants.' Hotel staff have been let go so the closure will probably be...More
With not many choices in town, and I booked late, so the Blindman Pub Budget Rooms were the way to go. They were comfortable, and had everything I needed, but were the budget option with the basic toiletries and tea/coffee etc. But we weren't staying...More
We took an English couple here (and the Flinders Ranges) to experience a taste of the outback. They loved it. The pub has hardly changed since our first visit nearly 40 years ago. The Proprietor looked after us well - great pizzas for dinner (...More
We were there about 3 weeks ago and the sign says closed for summer! The phone has been disconnected and the whole site has been roped off
It doesn't look like there are plans for reopening anytime soon
Hope that helps
Response from JohnnieSA | Reviewed this property |
Not sure what your question is, but we took a UK couple to Blinman as part of an outback experience. It is unique, as is the town which doesn't have much to it. If you get there in time there is a tour of the old copper... More
Not sure what your question is, but we took a UK couple to Blinman as part of an outback experience. It is unique, as is the town which doesn't have much to it. If you get there in time there is a tour of the old copper mine, and there are some good drives in the adjacent gorges - best if you have a 4 wheel drive vehicle. The hotel proprietor looked after us well - we were there for Pitza night (the only meal choice) and they left a very good serve yourself breakfast for us the next morning as we were leaving early. Hope that helps.