150 plus year old hotel, the Peel Inn Nundle, is nestled in the hills of the great dividing range. The hotel was built in 1860 and was won in a poker game by John Schofield in about 1863. The hotel still remains in the Schofield family to this day. It has a six metre deep veranda which was attached in the early 1900s. It has a tranquil lawn area with a grapevine covered beer garden and offers scrumptious pub style food and accommodation. The exterior remains largely unchanged from the gold rush days, with decorative iron work and wunderlich tin still a feature on the balcony.
The Peel Inn has been serving gold diggers, bushrangers, graziers, shearers and travellers since 1860 and is a must see on any trip through the north west region.Visit Website