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Royal Hotel, MOUNT HOPE, NSW

Royal Hotel
Kidman Way
2877
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Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (24 votes)
Phone: 
02 6897 7988
About Royal Hotel: 

Hotel established in 1883. Claims to have the only concrete Bar in NSW

The Hotel offers cold drinks, counter meals, icecreams, ice, accommodation, coffee and cake and a friendly welcome.

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Reviews (1)

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Kate1

Family

3
6 years 3 months ago

I am not a guest or visitor to the hotel as yet. My husband's family are reported to have owned the hotel at one time and we are interested if anyone can pass on information regarding the Swasbrick family. We intend to visit soon to see the hotel for ourselves as there have been many stories told of life in Mt Hope when his father was a young boy. thank you
email; thebestquiltmaker@icloud.com

Comments (5)

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glen mccook (not verified)

hello there, i am not a guest just looking for any one named McCook in the Mt Hope area that can help me with stories and photos?.
My gr grandfather Alexander McCooks youngest brother Henry McCook born 1851 married a girl called Annie Hodge in 1887 from Narrandera and they lived in the Mt Hope area. they had four children. Austin born 1889, Ruby born 1891, Alice born 1897 and Percy born 1900. Henry died Marrickville 1930. Any information would be great.
thanks and I
I have my fingers crossed some one may be able to help with my research.
regards
Glen McCook

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Garry (not verified)

METROPOLITAN HOTEL Hillston South Mount Hope Nicholas HODGE 1883-1886; Ann HODGE 1887; Henry McCOOK 1888-1890.

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John and Louise... (not verified)

minor info ...on McCooks hotel in South Mount Hope. The land is still in the name of McCook. Suggest you try the Cobar Shire Archives. Good luck!

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Antruckdriver (not verified)

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