The Railway Hotel is the third oldest hotel in Peterborough, having been built in 1891, opening on the 24th December. W Britten, Licensee. The building was described at the time as palatial, with the Copula Tower on the roof being a feature. The hotel has played host to Governors and high ranking officials during its 125 year history. In 1949 a murder/suicide in the hotel was big news at the time.
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We had been advised by caravan park owner(also owns the pub!) to eat here. Wednesday night was Roast night. For $18 we had a 30cm square dinner plate with roast beef, roast potatoes, roast pumpkin, cauliflower bake, potato bake, assorted frozen vegetables, sweetcorn and a...More
Proper pub with better than average pub food. Steak cooked as requested with good chips and fresh salad. My wife ate the chicken schnitzel which was good. Worth the stop.
We stopped for my wife's birthday lunch. We cannot recommend this highly enough for great food, great service and excellent prices.
Schnitzel with green peppercorn sauce was one of the best I’ve had. Panko crumb shinty, plus a supreme pizza came in at $36, extremely good value! Ambience is old school charm. Nice bar staff too
Hubby says it was the best Parmie he has every had, My TBone was great and the salad bar was real salad not just cucumbers and tomato it even had boiled eggs omg haven't seen that in a pub for years The young girl serving...More
Recently used Peterborough as a pit stop on our way to the Flinders Ranges, headed for the Railway Hotel for a traditional Country Pub Counter meal…and that is exactly what we got…the classic prawn cocktails were nostalgically unchanged since the 1970's..6 prawns arranged around the...More
We had a lunch meal at this hotel. It was chicken schnitzel day, so thats what we had. (A parma in my case, I do love a good parma). It was fortunate that I was hungry because it was possibly the biggest parma I have...More
We dined here for $20 a head, roast and sweets, very nice, good hospitality, however the delivery of the main mean was a little slow, overall if was a very good experience in pleasant surroundings.
Stayed in the Motel for 2 nights, the rooms are clean, spacious & comfortable. Both beef & chicken snitzels taste great are tender & are good value.Also had the Beef & Guinness Pie which was delicious. I have stayed in this town many times &...More
Only dropped in for a quick lunch on the way west (found it nearly full to stay on the way back) and had a great counter lunch & cold draught beer , steak & kidney was beaut, well priced and extremely friendly staff (unlike the...More