Commercial Hotel Barraba
If you are looking for good old fashioned country hospitality, look no further then resting your head and enjoying a hearty pub feed at the Commercial Hotel.
The Commercial Hotel Barraba began life as Markham's Hotel in 1878. Making them the oldest continual licensed premises in Barraba.
The Hotel was renamed the Commercial Hotel in 1879 or 1880, the current form of the building was built circa 1890 and embellishments added to the facade in 1901. The Hotel during this time became a Cobb and Co staging post.
The building has changed very little over the years and is a testament to those who have taken stewardship of the Hotel throughout its 134 years in Barraba.
Today the Commercial Hotel still serves a great chilled beer and also does a fantastic coffee, the Hotel also serves Counter Lunches Wednesday - Sunday from 12pm - 2pm and Dinner Wednesday - Sunday 6.30pm - 9.00pm.
Barraba is a lovely little country town filled with character and friendly people. Edwardian and art deco architecture – all of which contribute to the traditional businesses – including gift and fashion stores, commercial kitchen supplies, cafés. You can't miss the Barraba Silo mural, which is just 2.7 kilometres from the property.