Welcome to the Maidenwell Hotel

 

Established on December 3, 1913, the King’s Hotel was originally built by John King who established Maidenwell township. The hotel was named for the first well he dug in the area. While not serviced by well water today, the hotel functions entirely on tank water.

 

The hotel has retained many of its 100+ year old features – tongue and groove timber walls, picture rails, verandas and also the original fireplace, which provides a comfortable ambience in winter, and a talking point in summer.

 

The Maidenwell Hotel remains popular with locals as well as tourists and travellers to the local Coomba Falls, Bunyas and National Parks, and offers genuine old time hospitality and filling, country-style meals. All the usual pub fare is on offer – steak, fish, chicken, and burgers, with our iconic must-do Pig-on-the-spit every month.

 

PUB MEALS 7 DAYS

 

Steak, fish, Chicken, Burgers – all the usual suspects!

All Day Pizza

Pig-on-Spit every month.

 

GOT AN EVENT? HAVE IT HERE OR COME TO OURS!

 

Darts

Pool

Juke Box

Pub Yarns and Tall Tales

 

THE GRANDE OLDE LADY

 

Outdoor decks and verandas

Open fire in winter

Historical Photos and Pubobilia

 

ACCOMMODATION IN THE GRANDE DAME

 

Single and Double rooms subject to availability (Bring your woollies in the Winter!)

Breakfast for guests by arrangement

 

FREE CAMPING (UNSERVICED GRASS SITES)

 

Vans

Motorhomes

Tents, bikes and trailers

 

 

 

 

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