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Bridge Hotel, LANGHORNE CREEK, SA

Bridge Hotel
Main Street
5255
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Your rating: None Average: 3.5 (8 votes)
Phone: 
(0)8 8537 3010
Fax: 
08 8537 3350
About Bridge Hotel: 

The Bridge Hotel was established back in 1850 in the lovely picturesque town of Langhorne Creek. Langhorne Creek is situated on the Fleurieu Peninsula - just 20 mins from the Adelaide hills, and only 50 mins from the heart of Adelaide. Surrounded by vineyards it offers guests a warm country welcome.

The hotel features a beautiful red gum main Bar - full of rustic charm together with a country wood fire for the cooler months of the year. Adjacent to the Main Bar is the cosy dining room and a separate gaming room. As you enter the main bar you pass by the al fresco outdoor area.

We cater for a range of dining needs, from a quick drink after work, romantic dinner for two and functions, both large and small. The Bridge Hotel is renowned for the quality of the dining experience they have on offer 7 days a week. Together with an old world charm which further enhances the experience.

We look forward to welcoming you to The Bridge Hotel at Langhorne Creek soon.

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Pablo (not verified)

Nothing fancy but a good friendly country pub. Good selection of local wine to choose from. Menu specials most days at pub prices. Our chicken schnitzels were generous and delicious.

Eat here with confidence.

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Anonymous (not verified)

Had a perfect beef thai salad the first time and then the next I ordered a caesar salad with chicken, it was one of the worse meals in my life, old stale roast left over chicken which was uneatable and for this I paid $20, never again, if moneys tight don't skimp out on your food.

In hindsight I should have reported it to the health inspectors.

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