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A special, $15 group price meals were arranged for 30+ big hairy motorcycle riders. The choice was fish & chips, chicken burger, beef burger or parma.
Then the meals came out and we were disappointed. All the meals were half-sized. We didn’t get a special...More
Have been here twice recently and the food and service was excellent. Good wine too. Plenty of vegetarian options. New owners have done a great job. Have not been here for years and was pleasantly suprised. Very good value, warm and cosy on a cold...More
6 families stayed the night for a family wedding. What a gorgeous friendly pub/hotel with great newly reno’d rooms and awesome country pub feel. Would definitely book again. The staff and meals were fantastic and well priced. A great range of beers in a beautiful...More
Heard this place had new owners and they know what they are doing so gave it try after avoiding like the plague for years. A really nice dining area lovely big warm fire blazing away. Not a lot of vegetarian options but this is a...More
Having not been to the pub for a few years I ended up going twice in one week, each visit with different groups of friends. The menu was not extensive but the food was freshly prepared and tasty enough. The open fire was going which...More
Welcome to Historic Macedon Railway Hotel. Located in the heart of the Macedon Ranges we are less than an hours drive from Melbourne. We invite you to sit by our open fire and enjoy the fine food and wines from …Moreour renowned bistro. Stay the night in our beautifully refurbished guest rooms. Our fully serviced function room is ideal for your next event or celebration. The Macedon Railway Hotel was originally built in 1865 and has since undergone several renovations and additions. On Ash Wednesday February 1983 the hotel became a refuge for 300+ residents, Volunteer firefighters, rescue workers and animals escaping from the fires, which destroyed the township. Recognition was paid by the Prince and Princess of Wales on November 2nd, 1985 to the then hotel owners and others who were responsible for saving many lives. (Rumour has it he loved the Parma!) Less