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Lovely old pub but it needs a good scrub inside and on veranda. Big doughy heavy scone BUT the best whitebait fritters. Service was slow despite it being quiet the day we visited. Prices are reasonable
Had a lovely lunch here and was beautiful sitting outside in the sun. Unfortunately it was let down by the timing of the meals coming out, as they never came out together and was quite a time between our meal and our friends.
Arrowton is a well preserved historic gold mining town from the 1880s. We shared a Pizza at New Orleans which was a really good thin crust but our request for chillies on the side could not be obliged. A variety of local beers complemented the...More
This hotel fits perfect in the scenery of the historic centre of Arrowtown. We again stayed overnight in this smooth hotel after three years of absence. The rooms have got an upgrading. It was good to have the opportunity to book a room. The café-restaurant...More
So dissapointed in room it was more like motel not even up to motel standard really it was dark and dingy the carpet was stained and dirty there was 2 dollars behind a small table I moved so well cleaned it was so cold in...More
US$91 - US$156 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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