Finding an ideal quaint small hotel in Hamilton does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hamilton Inn Hotel, a nice option for travellers like you.
Rooms at Hamilton Inn Hotel provide a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
In addition, Hamilton Inn Hotel offers a lounge, which will help make your Hamilton trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Hamilton be sure to experience nearby cafes such as Wild Fennel, Hamilton Cafe Bakehouse, or Jackson's Emporium.
Hamilton Inn Hotel puts the best of Hamilton at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We were in dire straits out of fuel ( hire car on unleaded) after Google maps failed to identify that the previous 24 hr fuel stations only provided diesel and the Derwent bridge station that was supposed to be open till 6 was locked and padlocked at 4.30. They went out of their way to help. The pub was very atmospheric as well. a word to the unwary: ALWAYS ensure you have more than enough fuel in Tassie, especially if travelling on unleaded. Roads are long, windy, narrow and fuel stations far between.
We visited the Inn looking for dinner on a Monday night. Walked in, aroma was wonderful, and food even better! We had the roast of the day, pork complete with crackling, apple sauce and gravy. It was delicious. Couple this with the open fire and great ambiance, it was wonderful! It was so good we returned on the Wednesday night, and the sausages and mash was equally as good! The Hamilton Inn is OPEN FOR DINNER all week, and I cannot recommend it highly enough! Enjoy!!
My husband and I stopped at the cafe attached to theHamilton Inn on our return journey from nearby Mt Field for brunch around mid morning one Monday. This required a deviation from the main road as there were no other venues available. From the outside the cafe looked quaint and inviting. Upon entry we were met by a rather unfriendly woman who gave us instructions re satisfying the covid requirements( DONT sign the form if you are only buying takeaways). We went to the counter to order food. There were4-5 ready made paninis there. I asked if the lady would make up a sandwich as the paninis did not look appetising and there appeared to be no menu. I was abruptly told that what was there was all that was available until sold out, and then she would make more to sell. Subsequently I ordered none. My husband ordered a BLT which he described as “ less than ordinary “. As we sat in the cafe, the same woman was overheard commenting to her offsider that she was “going out the back to make some more”.She appeared some time later with freshly made items ( not sure if rolls or paninis). Why then could she not make up something for me when requested? Cafe? What cafe? I agree with a previous reviewer- if you would like reasonable food and friendly service- keep going! …
Beautiful hotel in equally beautiful location. Friendly attentive service. The hotel has been lovingly restored with great attention to detail and with great taste. The bar area pays homage to Hamilton rich culture and history including Sporting memorabilia from past centuries. A great place to unwind , taken in the views and soak up the history.
We absolutely loved staying in this unique and wonderfully different old hotel. Antiques and photos of yesteryear dominate this great building and takes you back to a different time. Booked ahead and the lovely barmaid took us up to our ensuite bedroom with huge bathroom and even a big lounge to watch TV just outside. Cold beer at the bar (no tap beer). A great TBone and Roast Pork cooked brilliantly by our host Gina topped off the day. Great nights sleep and included continental breakfast completed our great stay. If your looking for that little bit different I recommend highly. Great Memory.
I was staying at the campsite down the road & saw this pub. I like to support local businesses when I travel. In an hour I’d spent $19 & was watching a movie on my laptop. There was no one else sitting at the tables. I was going to stay for dinner & but a bottle of wine. In that hour a couple sat for one drink & 2 people came in to buy take away drinks. I watched the owner interact with these people & was thinking that there was something wrong w her customer service. The owner then came to me & asked me to stop charging my computer as I hadn’t bought enough to cover the cost. She then went on to say that other people charge their phones in the cafe & don’t buy enough. I worked out I would have spent about $70 in total for the evening if I’d stayed. Her loss.
The old convict constructed building was interesting but cluttered and in disrepair. Lunch was served by a lady who was not welcoming and the food was ordinary. Next time your driving towards Hamilton for a bite t eat, keep going to the next stop.
Didnt even bother to see the rooms...the dining room was enough for us. Had a booking but arrived at 3pm to find they didnt open til 4pm. Untidy, unkept and very uninviting. Nothing like the websites. Dont stop in Hamilton..move on to New Norfolk..a lovely town with great choices.
we stayed a couple of nights in Hamilton and wanted to go to the pub for tea. the pub was closed all weekend( long weekend). very unaustralian. the rest of the town was Quaint. The local cafes had great coffee. lots of motorbikes stopped here
We stayed here for a couple of nights and ate in the restaurant twice. The menu was not extensive,but this place is an hour's round trip from the nearest town - New Norfolk, and the owner was very obliging and offered extra options that were not listed. There is no beer on tap but a good range of bottled beverages.