Royal Mail Hotel Braidwood
Discover Braidwood from the colonial style building, the Royal Mail Hotel. Built in 1890 the Royal Mail Hotel (formerly Royal Hotel) served as a staging point for coaches in the gold rush and early settlement. Since that time the building has been well maintained in keeping with its heritage. The name change was made in 1970 when the Mick Jagger film Ned Kelly utilised the pub for a variety of scenes.
Excellent country style pub accommodation with shared amenities. 16 accommodation rooms ranging from twin, double, triple and family rooms - all with electric blankets. Balcony rooms available.
Wholesome country style meals for lunches and dinners are served in the Bushranger Bistro daily. The Bistro is open all day Saturdays and Sundays.
The function room and beer garden combined with friendly, welcoming staff make this grand old pub a great place to visit and stay.
Bar Cafe Carpark Communal Shower Games or recreation room Laundry
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