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Reviewed 18 September 2016 via mobile

Don't spoil your day out. Keep driving to the other end of town which is charming. This place serves burnt coffee. It takes them 20 minutes to make 4 slices of Tip Top thin slice toast served with prepackaged no-name jam. Tacky interior. Week old newspapers.

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1Thank KL08800000
Honesdale, Pennsylvania
Reviewed 17 April 2016

OK so you're driving on the Midlands Highway and you need a nourishing refueling...this is the place to stop : the burgers and fries, and especially the scallop or steak and Guinness pies are superb - and the décor is a gas! If you're a Marilyn (Monroe, who else?) or Errol Flynn fan, you'll feel like you just won an...

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1Thank MissionSpirit
Dandenong, Australia
Reviewed 10 April 2016 via mobile

Stayed overnight at the Kentish hotel which didn't operate as a hotel on weekends . The bakery which is part of the Kentish acts as accommodation reception. Bedroom was upstairs which raised its difficulties. Bedroom was ok and bathroom was good. Has been renovated.staff were keen to help.there was a kitchen and common room where you could relax and have...

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Thank Brendan P
Reviewed 5 April 2016 via mobile

We reserved a room last minute and were nearly the only ones there. Room was very fairly priced and included the use of a common area and kitchen including toast and cereal for breakfast. The lady who greeted us was super nice and very helpful. The pub/restaurant wasn't open when we were there but it looked very cool as well!

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Thank Kyle R
Newcastle, Australia
Reviewed 10 February 2016

We called in for breakfast and were impressed with the egg & bacon roll with excellent coffee for a very reasonable price. An extra bonus is the Errol Flynn and Marilyn Monroe memorabilia. For males the engine manifolds, carburretor and other engine bibs and bobs on display in the 'Gents' is an interesting experience! Ladies have to contend with the...

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Thank Michael N
brisbane
Reviewed 2 December 2015 via mobile

Can't talk about the food as we never had it . This is / was a good hotel with a sandstone interior bar and a lot of history . The theme of the hotel now is a 50's movie toe set with hundreds of prints of old film stars on every wall of the cafe and the bar, pieces of...

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Thank paul g
Mount Gambier
Reviewed 15 October 2015

Called in by accident for a mid morning bite to eat. The pies were brilliant, especially the scallop ones. The place screams Errol Flynn, Marilyn Monroe, and a bit later, with artifacts from the films as well and a huge number of movie posters. I had a hard time leaving the men's room, it REALLY is worth a long look!...

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Thank Mick D
Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 4 April 2015

Travelling through Tasmania by Redlines buses, I checked every town on the bus route between Launceston and Hobart for a quiet but interesting place where I could stay for a while to completely "vege out". Oatlands had the most interesting historic surrounds with its Georgian sandstone buildings,Callington Mill, dry stone walls, an active Rotary Club which had placed heritage plaques...

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Thank BussingAround
Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 3 April 2015

We stopped into this fabulous and funky hotel/bakery on our road trip of Tassie. It's a very novel and fascinating gem hidden in the suburb of Oatlands. Do yourself a favour and drop into the bakery, the food is plentiful, generous and delish. The staff are very friendly and polite, making you feel welcome from the outset. Check out the...

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Sydney, Australia
Reviewed 8 March 2015

We called in for lunch on way from Hobart to Devonport. The pies were delicious & the coffee excellent. the Errol Flynn theme, along with movie paraphenalia was impressive. The ladies toilets had lots of LP records all over the walls, which made for interesting reading!! the food was good quality & priced well. We would return if in the...

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Address: 60 High St, Oatlands, Tasmania 7120, Australia
Region: Australia > Tasmania > Oatlands
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“Ask for a room looking out over the Main Road-good view to the mountains and early morning sun.”
 of 5 bubbles BussingAround, 3 Apr 2015 | Read review
“We only ate here, so can't comment on the accommodation side.”
 of 5 bubbles Bubbles-in-Oz, 7 Mar 2015 | Read review
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