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A reminder of days gone by is Bonney's Inn in Deloraine. Enjoy a comfortable and relaxed stay at what was once a rest stop for weary stagecoach travellers. Across the road is the Meander River with a walking track running alongside it.
Tucked in between the Deloraine Hotel and Sullivans Restaurant and being off the street further than its neighbours it is easy to miss Bonney's Inn. It sits quiet and unobtrusive, for what is such a grand part of Deloraines History. It is the town's oldest brick building and was its first legal hotel.
On cool evenings relax by the fire in the lounge and read, watch TV, play cards or chess. There are complimentary port, muscat and chocolates.
Enjoy a full and continental breakfast, but be warned, Teresa and Randall think you may not need to have lunch!
There are five accommodation rooms. One with twin single beds, three with queens size beds and one with 2 rooms , one containing a queen size bed and the other a single bed. Two rooms are on the ground floor and three on the first floor.