You won't be short of a pub or tavern anywhere in the Hurunui - even the region's smallest towns have their 'local'. You'll find country pubs tucked away offering incredible hospitality and some great meals (what Kiwis call 'pub grub)...great places to meet locals and have a yarn.
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O'Flynns Irish Pub Featured
Address: 47 Amuri Avenue, Hanmer Springs
O'Flynns Irish Pub. The place in Hanmer, where you can enjoy a good drink, a game of pool or darts and a traditional Irish Pub meal. A place where you can lean at the bar and share a yarn with mates The Name: Once upon a time along long time ago, a South ...
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Alpine Village Inn Featured
Address: 10 Jacks Pass Road, Hanmer Springs
Great NZ fare available everyday. Best Pork Spare Ribs in the district. Roast of the Day with all the trimmings. Extensive range of meals to suit everyone. Beers and wines available include Guinness, Speights, Ciders, popular Craft Beers, excellent selec ...
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Waiau Lodge Hotel Featured
Address: 18 Lyndon Street, Waiau
The Railway Tavern
Address: 40 Douglas Road, Amberley
Cheviot Hotel & Motels
Address: 43 Hall Street, Cheviot
We offer a large range of modern facilities including a recently developed café, public bar and bottle store. Accommodation includes modern, well appointed motel units, some with wheel chair access, hotel rooms and a camping ground. Also on site is a rest ...
Star & Garter Hotel
Address: 11 Weka Pass Road, Waikari
The Star and Garter Hotel is a true country pub with a friendly, welcoming atmosphere. Our garden bars add that country appeal for you to enjoy on those long summer nights. In winter come and sit in front of the open fires or use our dining room. Comfo ...
Amberley Hotel & Thai 84
Address: 84 Carters Road, Amberley
Warm and inviting. Accommodation from $40 (single). Bottle shop.
Address: 24 Mountain View Road, Culverden
Pub with accommodation.
Blacksmiths Bar & Grill
Free phone: 0508 487 868
Address: 1222 Karaka Road, Hurunui
Boasting an idyllic setting, a brand-new menu, craft beer and the famous “Hurunui Village” wine, Blacksmiths at The Historic Hurunui Hotel is the preferred stop for many a local and traveller. What you will find at Hurunui is a rustic, inviting atmosphere ...
The Old Leithfield Hotel
Address: 11 Old Main North Road, Leithfield
The first hotel was built in 1855 by John Leith. It included stables and an accommodation building adjacent to the hotel. Made from mud block with a thatched roof it provided an overnight stopover for travellers including the Cobb and Co coaches and passe ...
Address: 1 Gladstone Street, Hawarden
Local pub with budget accommodation.