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Jenkins Street, Nundle, New South Wales 2340 Australia
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The Peel Inn is a gold rush pub. It was built by William McIlveen in 1860 after the discovery of the precious metal at Hanging Rock. William hoped to grow prosperous as prospectors spent their money in his establishment. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out as planned. Not long after opening his pub, he lost it in a card game. The new owner was John Schofield. Today, fourth generation publican Robert Schofield has run the hotel for the past 53 years with his wife Margaret. The Peel Inn has been a friendly drinking hole for locals and a welcoming destination for travellers for more than 150 years. The hotel is in the must-see village of Nundle. What Nundle lacks in size, it makes up for in personality. This small, historic mining village of 300 people is nestled between the Peel River and Great Dividing Rage in the New England region of NSW. It’s a 4.5-hour drive north-west of Sydney along the New England Highway and a 7.5-hour drive south of Brisbane. It’s also a 55-minute drive from Tamworth Regional Airport.
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we2k wrote a review Dec 2021
Greater Sydney, Australia47 contributions8 helpful votes
Lovely old pub in the gorgeous town of Nundle. Robert the publican was a great host who even cooked us breakfast. Very comfy king size bed in our ensuite room. The verandah outside our door looked out over the town and to the hills beyond. Perfect place to meet up with friends in a nearby room. Only down side was the rumbling of logging trucks past the door starting from early in the morning. A small price to pay for the privilege of staying in this old and much loved pub.
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Date of stay: December 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Jan M wrote a review Nov 2021
Sydney, Australia809 contributions337 helpful votes
We enjoyed our brief stay at Peel Inn Hotel, however would suggest taking a room with an ensuite if on an extended stay. The share bathroom facilities were nice and clean but the room without ensuite was quite small but airy with air conditioning. The restaurant offered a good selection of meals and the two meals we had were very nice especially the steak which was cooked to perfection. Nice beer garden area at the rear of the pub, and a nice verandah upstairs for guests. Parking seems to be random but not a problem. Breakfast was excellent served by two delightful men. Would certainly return.
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Date of stay: November 2021Trip type: Travelled
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Peter Whitaker wrote a review May 2021
Tweed Heads, Australia61 contributions45 helpful votes
The dominant location in possibly the nearest little town in the region. Accommodation is being upgraded with modern ensuites better than a standard motel. Our rate included a very average breakfast but the previous evening,s dinner was excellent value
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Date of stay: April 2021
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Leah T wrote a review Oct 2020
South West Rocks, Australia101 contributions29 helpful votes
We had a queen room and family room booked for the recent long weekend and we couldn’t have been happier. Both rooms were clean and tidy and had their own en-suites. The staff were all very helpful and friendly. The included breakfast of bacon and eggs was great and the lunch/dinner menu was great with a wide range of options.
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Date of stay: October 2020
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Schultz57 wrote a review Sept 2020
Wamberal, Australia57 contributions47 helpful votes
The Perl Inn was our overnight stay after Gloucester prior to the Woollen Mill tour. We had a big corner room with en-suite. Comfy bed, everything worked, plenty of space. Staff were very friendly. Enjoyed a very nice dinner & breakfast of bacon, eggs, tomato, mushies & toast. A great place to stay, eat & relax on the massive upstairs verandah.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Travelled
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Bill S wrote a review July 2020
Sydney, Australia218 contributions22 helpful votes
Stayed in a basic room, with old shared bathroom facilities. But there's at least 1 room with an ensuite. Thin walls. The pub itself was good - good food (my steak was perfectly cooked), friendly, good beers. Busy on a Friday night. Great cooked breakfast (included in the room tariff).
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Mark & Cindy Lokiec wrote a review July 2020
43 contributions7 helpful votes
Great stay for a night away on bike ride. Pub was very accommodating for us bike riders, able to store bikes undercover overnight. Publican was very welcoming after a long ride and had us sorted into rooms quickly. Rooms are comfortable with good AC and showers / toilets (shared) but clean and hot. They had us already booked in for dinner which was a great pub feed, good bar with big real fire / TAB / Big Screens. Breakfast was also provided with hot Bacon & Eggs spread. Great value if heading to the New England Area and would recommend a the Peel Inn as a good overnight stay. Bike Friendly
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Date of stay: July 2020
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Barbara N wrote a review Dec 2019
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We travel all over Aus and try pies wherever we can. After a cafe in Gin Gin Qld with award winning pies at the top of our list, we can now knock Gin Gin down to second place for us. The pies at the Peel Inn are home made by an experienced Baker. If they were entered in a comp, he'd win no probs. Loads of tasty tender beef in thin flaky pastry and at the best temperature, the best. Beers were lovely and cold on our very hot day visit, great country atmosphere in a large undercover beer garden but has aircon and comfy interior seating and lots of room on open shaded verandah.
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Date of stay: December 2019Trip type: Travelled
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fuzzyrhino wrote a review Oct 2019
Newcastle Australia263 contributions140 helpful votes
We had two nights here and the accommodation was way above what you would expect for such a small town. King Bed was super comfy, self contained bathroom was small but adequate and the host cooked a full hot breakfast daily for free. We ate breakfast on the front verendah and watched the town awaken. Everyone was really friendly and welcoming. There is no refrigerator in the room but we utilised the big fridge on the upstairs verendah and nothing went missing over the two days and this did not surprise us as the other guests were workers and a passing biker, honest as the day is long all. Quiet sleepy town doing it tough in the drought and struggling to stay afloat.
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Date of stay: October 2019
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Murray W wrote a review Sept 2019
Leura, Australia77 contributions37 helpful votes
Popped into the Peel Inn for a bite to eat and a beer. The pub is your typical country pub with a couple of bars and a wonderful grape vine covered beer garden. Beer is good, they even serve Nundle Lager in tap, however the visit was marred a little by the grumpy lady managing the kitchen. Not sure we’d go back, even though it’s a cute village.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled
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USD 70 - USD 78 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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AustraliaNew South WalesNundle
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Frequently Asked Questions about Peel Inn Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Peel Inn Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Hanging Rock Lookout (5.3 km), Odgers & McClelland Exchange Stores (0.09 km), and Mount Misery Gold Mine Museum (0.2 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Peel Inn Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Peel Inn Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Peel Inn Hotel?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Peel Inn Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Peel Inn Restaurant, Mount Misery Gold Mine Cafe, and Machina Coffee Donuts.
Is Peel Inn Hotel located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.07 km away from the centre of Nundle.