We came on a Sunday as we heard about the famous Sunday roast. Only we made it far too late and were the only people here. We loved the set up, a sprawling yard, a beautiful old hotel. We only had a couple of beers so didn't linger but will definitely come back at the right time!!
We booked the spit roast for Easter lunch. We were 9 adults and 3 children. I thought booking would enable the hotel to cater. Boy was I wrong. We arrived to find our table outside under a tree. I went to go and pay only to be told the desk dosen't open until 12.00pm. I went back to sit down. then noticed people queing I went up and queued to pay. When the heavens openedread more
Someone needs to train the cook staff how to deal with members of the public. After all people had their meals (chicken parmys and steak burgers) and almost had their meals finished. I ordered a steak cooked medium rare. I had the audacity to ask how far mine was off when I was spoken to like a naughty child by the cook staff. They informed me its a steak ofread more
New management, in all my years of going there I've never been rude or disrespectful but today I was accused of doing just that and was yelled at in front of everyone there to get out. That is so disrespectful and immature.Nothing short of a written apology would redeem their behavior. Not recommended it's going backwards.Needs the managementsread more
One of the last real country style pubs. Country meals. Country hospitality. A real homestead. Backpacker style accommodation available. Spit roast beef and pork on a Sunday - be early or book a table. Smorgesbord salad selection. Entertainment Sunday arvo. A la Carte menu available. Short drive from Noosa. Find out where the locals are on the weekend.