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Hamilton Inn Hotel
Ranked #1 of 1 Hamilton B&B and Inns
Reviewed 26 April 2017

We stopped here for lunch on a wet cool day. Wanted to order soup but no soup was made that day. At this point we should have left and eaten elsewhere but didn't. We had coffee which was nice and each ordered a toasted pide. Had a ham, cheese and tomato pide which was quite heavy and also had a smoked salmon, cream cheese and Spanish onion pide. The person who had the salmon pide was very ill 7 hours after eating at this café. Vomited for 9 hours and had diarrohea for 19 hours. The salmon on the pide tasted ok at the time but it must not have been fresh. We got the impression this place was not very busy when we ate there as we saw a sign that said no roast was available on the evening meal.

Stayed: April 2017
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Reviewed 21 March 2017

Lunch time and we are driving along and thinking where can we stop, next town is Hamilton, do a left into the main drag and here is a cafe/post office/hotel all rolled into one. As it was quite a warm day we parked in the shade and wandered across the road into the cafe and what do you know, another quirky place to dine. The menu wasn't large but to my husband's delight they had curried scallop pies and I had a lovely home made quiche and salad, but then all the food is home made. The building is rather interesting, as I mentioned the post office is included then you walk through another room which has quite a collection of antiques. The cafe opens around 8.30 and closes at 3 ish as that is when the Post Office closes. Hotel meals are available between 6 and 7 pm.

  • Stayed: March 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 March 2017

My disabled mother and I dropped in for a late lunch at this wonderful historice premises and to our delight severed an amazing luncheon full of fresh produce, such a delight & amazing historical memorabilia, just amazing

Stayed: March 2017
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Reviewed 22 January 2017

Saw this place on the internet and booked for the night. We arrived to find the place just shutting up...at 3.00 in the afternoon, as the owners had to rush of to Hobart on business. No problem, it was a nice day, so we spent some time buying artworks in the local shops and enjoying a drink and nibbles (which we had in the car) until the publicans returned. All very casual, and so Tasmania!!! We were shown to our room way up in the roof attic space, cozy but neat and tidy.The hotel was full of antiques, mostly for show, but some for sale. All very quaint. The back paddock had little horses and a couple of llama as well. We booked for dinner, and there was only one item on the menu, but it did not matter, because it was a delicious home cooked roast dish, all washed down with local beers and wines. Sitting around the fire later in the evening (because it got quite cold) was really nice, this shared with the only other dining couple present. This hotel, wasn't what we expected, but it was great fun and staffed by a friendly husband and wife team. We would recommend it to any wanting something a little rout of the ordinary.

Room Tip: I think all the public bedrooms are on the top floor under the roof.
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  • Stayed: September 2016, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 13 January 2017 via mobile

We drove to Hamilton for a lunch time treat. The food on offer for lunch are pies salads and sandwiches. We all had a huge pie with salad and chips. Yummy.
The place is historic with quaint rooms full of antiques and objects of interest. We drank our tea from fine bone China cups and the kids had coke.
Friendly warm service and extremely popular. The hostess managed to get everyone a table and was still serving food when we left at 3pm.
Highly recommend a visit.

Stayed: January 2017, travelled with family
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Additional Information about Hamilton Inn Hotel

Address: 10 Tarleton St, Hamilton, Tasmania 7140, Australia
Region: Australia > Tasmania > Hamilton
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Kitchenette Restaurant Wheelchair access
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Ranked #1 of 1 B&Bs / Inns in Hamilton
Number of rooms: 10

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