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  • Dog friendly pub, Burrawang Village Hotel is located in the quaint village of Burrawang, among the picturesque rolling green hills of the Southern Highlands, NSW. The hotel is famous for its beautiful gardens, spectacular views and tasty food. Dogs are allowed on the lead anywhere in the garden and outdoor areas.

    It is a wonderful country pub with so many options to consider. Burrawang Village Hotel is under new management as of March 2017. The hotel has been recently renovated while maintaining the character of the old building. Couple running the show (Pete & Kate) also runs the dog friendly Royal Hotel at Bowral. 


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  • 1 Review on “Burrawang Village Hotel | Dog Friendly pub in Burrawang”

    1. Lumi Burrawang Village Hotel | Dog Friendly pub in Burrawang

      Lots of great outdoor seating areas to choose from. Not all are in the shade though so pick a good spot on a hot day. Love wondering around the large garden area at the back! Great coffee shop across the road.

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Place Category: Dog friendly Pub/ BarPlace Tags: Southern Highlands