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We are a 150 + year old hotel that was built in the 1860's gold rush era.Built by William McIlveen, he later lost his hotel to John Schofield in a game of cards.The hotel has remained almost exclusive in the Schofield name to this day.
The hotel has been expensively done up over the...
We ate here on Friday and Saturday nights. Service fast and polite. Pasta with trout lovely. My steak and beer deal for $25 very good. Sat we both had the lamb rump and that rates as good as any meal I have had anywhere. Good...More
Friendly family business, with great staff, good affordable food, very comfortable room with bathroom, two great fire places, warm welcoming environment for families and couples.
Would defiantly staff at the pub again.
This wonderful old hotel In Nundle (south of Tamworth) is well worth the drive along a sealed road with scenic mountains in the distance. As we were camping at the huge camping area along the Chaffey Dam foreshore we decided to have an anniversary lunch...More
We stayed at the pub for 1 night .Our room was lovely king bed so very clean . Staff in the pub fantastic so lovely and helpful the food was great . What a lovely place to stay . Lots of great history in Nundle...More
Lovely old pub.
Walls a bit thin as we found out at 4 in the morning from the couple holding a conversation waking us up. Took two attempts to get them to realise others were sleeping ... however our mate across the hallway didn't hear...More