They’re on the northern bank of the Edward River, beside the bridge over to the Deniliquin South.
They serve lunch and dinner every day.
Their well-known Red Room restaurant has a wide a la carte menu featuring new dishes and traditional favourites. But the dish they are most famous for is their Grandfather Challenge Hamburger. The beef patty weighs one kilogram and it comes with eggs, bacon, pineapple, cheese, beetroot and salad with sides of onion rings and chips. Are you up for the challenge?
Out back there’s a beautiful pool table and a couple of old style pinball machines plus a juke box full of favourites. They also have regular live music.
Their rooms have shared amenities and have a number of configurations but all include a queen bed and the guests’ lounge has a fridge and facilities for making your breakfast.
The hotel was first built in 1876 and they’ve got through the floods of 1889, 1917 and 1956 so if you want to stay in a fair dinkum hotel that’s a true survivor, come by and find out why they’re known throughout as ‘The Buncha'.