We arrived in Bingara on a rainy public holiday - nothing much happening in the town. The Imperial Hotel looked OK - and it was more than OK. The options were for motel rooms at the back of the hotel for $80 per night or a traditional room upstairs for $60 with ensuite. We opted for the traditional room and weren't disappointed. Small room but neat and clean, quiet reverse cycle air conditioning and a lovely ensuite bathroom. Had a meal in the pub too as nothing else open in the town that particular evening. The food was average pub fare - the wine was surprisingly good - but the coffee was something else - you would have to go far to get a better capuccino or long black. We noticed the next morning a steady stream of locals in utes (with dogs) , 4WDs, and on foot, arriving at the pub for their take away coffees. There is a very small sign on the facia of the pub saying "coffee shop" - they need to make this bigger for tourists - (the locals know it already) - and they need to smile a bit more. The service was "ho hum" but the rest was great.
Location: Australia > New South Wales > Bingara
Bar / Lounge Restaurant
Ranked #1 of 1 Specialty Lodging in Bingara
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Number of rooms: 20