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Food was unbelievable, a group of us stayed (20) all meals were superb and nobody was unhappy. Standard of food would shame many specialist restaurants, delightful meals.
Wine selection was decent!
Staff courteous and helpful!
Rooms as expected in a country pub, clean, well ventilated,...More
Best place on earth for us to stay..great for singles couples or families with its relaxed easy going staff..HUGE MEALS family atmosphere and live music on occasion..Tom and Vic have a great little hotel and we stay here every time we come over to visit...More
The building itself would be nice but
It looks like it's not maintained anymore for the last decades... everything is really dirty and unclean. You feel like bugs are everywhere, even in the bed... also most of the facility is broken (e.g. Shower does not...More
This old pub is run by very nice people, Tom & Vicki. The sheets & towels are clean but the rest is very ordinary. Toilets broken, bathroom sink doesn't drain, no paper towel in bathroom, carpets threadbare, some rooms no TV, others no cooling or...More
Quaint country town pub opposite the Manilla Clock Tower that offers country hospitality and meals that would make most city pubs envious.
Famous past publican the one and only Herbert Henry (Dally) Messenger, the Playing genius that established the code of Rugby League.