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This remote country pub has been sensitively restored. No TVs in rooms, no phones, no en suites, just as it was 100 years ago. The owners have updated the showers and toilets and installed decent lighting. The walls of public areas are a mine of...More
We were driving some of the Forgotten Highway. From New Plymouth end. Started at Stratford. Stopped for tea and scones at the Hotel. Very interesting looking at the history in photos up on the walls. Warm atmosphere. Great scones and a great mug of tea...More
We came with a group of motorbikes through the Forgotten World Highway and were treated to awesome hospitality from the moment we arrived. Sitting under the verandah in the sun with cold drinks, a wonderful evening meal, great locals to meet and chat with, so...More
What a spot! After a beautiful drive in through the classic kiwi rolling green hills we were created by this beautiful country pub. Cheap beers, good pub food, friendly service and to top it off a really unique and interesting story of how it came...More
Popped in for a quick coffee, beer and lunch. It was really enjoyable - friendly staff and good, solid fare on the menu. Coffee was superb, as was the afghan bickie, and my partner had the local dark beer.
Response from HarrietteG | Reviewed this property |
We thought th hotel was great -good atmosphere of a typical old country NZ pub; but would not stay again because we felt the accommodation was overpriced. Cost was $150 for the night ($75pp) but that was with shared bathroom... More
We thought th hotel was great -good atmosphere of a typical old country NZ pub; but would not stay again because we felt the accommodation was overpriced. Cost was $150 for the night ($75pp) but that was with shared bathroom facilities and nothing in room except the beds basically - so a bit steep esp when u make comparisons. Also it's pretty noisy unless u get a room right at th bac. I would stop in again for a drink or lunch
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"Don't go alone. Room 13 had access to a balcony."