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Red Lion Tavern

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4 Jan 2018
“A pleasant lunch in an old English pub”
13 May 2017
“Quaint english style tavern and lunch spot”
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Reviewed 5 January 2018 via mobile

We stopped at the Red Lion Tavern on the way back to Glen Innes. They served a very nice burger with beer battered chips. The atmosphere inside the pub is pleasant and would be really cosy on a winters day. A pleasant stop for lunch!

Thank James B
Reviewed 18 October 2017 via mobile

Red Lion Tavern situated in between Armidale and Glen Innes on the New England Highway , great service , lovely surroundings and scenery, and the Chef works amazing flavours into basic food groups that melt in your mouth, this is definately a stop into and...More

Thank Kristine Z
Reviewed 14 May 2017 via mobile

If you happen to be driving through, don't hesitate to call in to this quaint little english style tavern. Lunch is hearty, coffee/ tea warm and beer is cold for thirsty and hungry travellers. A peaceful little rest spot that is family friendly and reasonably...More

Thank Bianca L
Reviewed 11 March 2017

The red lion hotel is a beautiful and warm place to stay , the rooms are clean and the food is great , the dining area filled with charm and alure , we had a good nights rest and would recomend to others

Thank Maxi2005
Reviewed 4 February 2017

My partner and I went to Glencoe, to the Red Lion, with the intention of sleeping there, on our way to Glenn Innes. It was the height of January and temperatures were very high, even in the highlands (where Glencoe is). The pub and hotel...More

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"Don't go there! If you do - ask about the windows (whether they open) and whether they have put air..."
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"Can't help much here except that room 3 was fine both nights."
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"Didn't stay in accommodation - Review on restaurant only."
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"Ask for an upstairs room with an en-suite. Oooh....sorry...that's all of them."
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