The Pig & Whistle is worth a visit, it's certainly popular and busy at weekends (when we were there). It's on the main road and good for watching the world go by. Parking is on the street, although there's a car guard and cameras overlooking the parking area. We didn't have a meal here, but again the hotel seems very popular as an eating place. Breakfast isn't included in the room rate, there's a reasonable breakfast menu and you pay per choice, coffee/tea charged per serving.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- David Bristow's latest Book "Been there Done That" (Struik March 2011) rates the Pig and Whistle as a unique place to Stay, Eat, Drink. It appears as number 33 of his top 50!! The Pig & Whistle Inn has 10 beautifully restored rooms with magnificent antiques. There are 4 en-suite rooms and the 6 traditional original rooms with communal bathrooms. All rooms have recently been equipped with new beds and Percale linen. The first owner, Thomas Hartley, built this house in 1821, a three story dwelling with 2 bedrooms on the top floor. The original rooms are rooms 5 and 6 in this Old Settler Inn. We are now rated number one in Bathurst on Trip Adviser. ... more less
- Reservation Options:
- TripAdvisor is proud to partner with Booking.com so you can book your The Historic Pig & Whistle Hotel reservations with confidence. We help millions of travellers each month to find the perfect hotel for both holiday and business trips, always with the best discounts and special offers.