Jennings Hotel

Overview

In 1859 the region now known as northern NSW was separated from QLD into 2 states and the township of Jennings was established on the south side of the QLD/NSW Border. The new township was named…

In 1859 the region now known as northern NSW was separated from QLD into 2 states and the township of Jennings was established on the south side of the QLD/NSW Border.

The new township was named after Sir Patrick Jennings 1886 – 1887 (the 1st Catholic Premier of NSW).

The Jennings Hotel is still very much the original building which was built with local material and opened in 1922.

The single storey building offers – a general public bar: lounge dining area; accommodation wing offering 7 private bedrooms shared bathrooms (Male/Female) an outdoor areas and wonderful open fires inside during the colder seasons.

The Hotel does not have gaming machines/ or tab/ but offers the old friendly country atmosphere with a great variety of choice from the menus of the hotel kitchen.

As a small village, the hotel, being the only commercial operation on the NSW border side, offers easy access to the historic and environmental sites of the regions.

It is the hope that this Aussie pub will be able to celebrate its 100th year of trading come October 2022.

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

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