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Hotels in Singleton, New South Wales

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Agricultural Hotel

Agricultural Hotel The hotel is opposite the Railway Station. Accommodation and meals in a friendly pub atmosphere.

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4 Munro Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1511
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Albion Hotel

Albion Hotel

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2 John Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1263
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Caledonian Hotel

Caledonian Hotel The hotel was established in 1851.

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40 George Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1356
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Central Hotel

Central Hotel The hotel was rebuilt in 1927.

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51 John Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1141
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Club House Hotel

Club House Hotel The hotel was established in 1874 and the verandah etc was added in 1918.

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142 John Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1274
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Criterion Hotel

Criterion Hotel The hotel was established in 1863 and was rebuilt in 1923.

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148 John Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6571 2712
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Imperial Hotel

Imperial Hotel The hotel was established in 1881.

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183 John Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1290
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Percy Hotel

Percy Hotel The hotel was established in 1839 as the Horse and Jockey Hotel. This building dates from 1892.

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65 George Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1132
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Royal Hotel

Royal Hotel The hotel was established in 1859.

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84 George Street,
Singleton
New South Wales 2330
Phone:
02 6572 1194
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Information on Singleton, NSW 2330

The "Big Sundial" Singleton. Courtesy Vic, Naomi, www.GdayPubs.com.au

Singleton is located on the New England Highway, an hour from Newcastle.

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