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Royal Hotel in Bungendore

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Royal Hotel

  • Friendly + Cosy with 7 open fireplaces
  • Fantastic pub food
  • Sunny northern paved courtyard off Café for great espresso coffee, lunches and dinner from Tuesday to Sunday
  • Cook your own BBQ on the front verandah all day Monday
  • Harvest Cafe caters for all types of functions Parties, Meetings, Weddings + Conferences
  • New function/meeting room in the Old Stable
  • Big back Garden and Lawn for Marquee parties - with childrens’ sand pit and playground
  • 7 double bedrooms
  • 9 Beers on Tap
  • Big screen TVs • Foxtel Sports • ATM •
  • TAB * Poolroom • Darts • Bocce • Outdoor Chess

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Royal Hotel

Photo October 2008

Photo submitted by Peter Simpfendorfer, Many Thanks

The Royal Hotel in Bungendore was opened in 1886 by John McMahon in 1880 as "Macs Royal Hotel" and has been continuously licensed ever since. The Pub took over from the "old Royal Terrace" in Turalto Crescent. A 16 room building, still at the back of the Royal which served from 1958. It is now a private residence and still looks good.The Royal Hotel in Bungendore was opened in 1886 by John McMahon in 1880 as "Macs Royal Hotel" and has been continuously licensed ever since. The Pub took over from the "old Royal Terrace" in Turalto Crescent. A 16 room building, still at the back of the Royal which served from 1958. It is now a private residence and still looks good.

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34 Gibraltar Street
Bungendore NSW 2621
Fax: (02) 6238 0498
One street back from the Highway on the main street
Phone:
02 6238 1219

Fun atmosphere

Great for Functions

A family orientated pub with big beer garden back lawn that the kids run around on and sand pit with lots of tonka toys.

Photo 21/03/2004
Photo Gday Pubs

Royal Hotel

Photo 2010
Photo submitted by Ken Morley, Many Thanks

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