The Tattersalls Hotel is now your premier destination in the New England, a major renovation and revitalisation project has been completed. With blended minimalist geometric forms, rich timber detailing inside the hotel, punchy jewel tones and elegant drapery to evoke the mood of a bygone age.
The hotel provides you with an unprecedented level of comfort and atmosphere. Explore the menu in the world-class restaurant or enjoy a wood fired pizza in the garden bar. Start the night with a cocktail in the ladies’ lounge or unwind in the exclusive whiskey and cigar bar.
The newly-renovated restaurant is lead by world-class French chef Jean-Luc, who brings his vast knowledge and experience to the foodies of New England and further abroad.
As you check-in at Tattersalls Hotel, you might be mistaken for having arrived at a hotel in the centre of a major city – in fact some of our guests have commented how stepping into Tattersalls transports them away from Armidale in the blink of an eye. Be prepared to sit back and enjoy the time-warp with all the modern-day needs.
Lovingly restored and in a continuation of the Art Deco theme on the ground floor, the accommodation levels have had quite a change from the bedrooms and shared bathrooms people would have used previously. Hand-made carpeting, starting at the bottom of the stairs next to the reception, lead up to the lovingly restored original staircase to the first floor of accommodation and exclusive guest-use only Lounge just off the enclosed balcony over looking the Mall where you can soak up the sun on the chillier days whilst sheltering from the wind.
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We acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land and pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.
The Armidale Regional Community pays tribute to their love of land, love of people, and love of culture.