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Archibald Hotel - Kurrajong Heights

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Published May 11th 2021
Casual dining overlooking the Hawkesbury Basin
Pub, hotel, views, lunch, dinner, family, casual, entertainment
The well known Archibald Hotel (image JW)


The Archibald Hotel is a popular pit stop for people travelling on the Bells Line of Road. It is an entertainment venue for the locals of the Kurrajong region and well worth a road trip from the city. The menu is large and varied using seasonal regional produce and there are gluten-free and vegetarian options. You can eat inside next to the large windows or feel part of the view in one of the two outdoor dining areas.

They can cater for functions such as business meetings and birthday parties and the head chef is happy to discuss specific requirements.

Pizza, pub, lunch, family, views, Kurrajong Heights, scenery, casual
Prosciutto pizza (image JW)


There is a sports bar and bottle shop on site and there is accomodation in a separate building behind the hotel. There are specials some nights like "Wednesday Wings" and live music on weekends.

Take the other road over the Blue Mountains for a casual lunch at the Archibald Hotel.
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Why? Lunch with a view
When: Monday - Friday 11am - 10pm, Saturday 1:30am - 11pm, Sunday 10:30am - 10pm
Phone: 0245677140
Where: 1349 Bells Line of Rd, Kurrajong Heights NSW
Cost: Starters from $8, pizzas $15-$28, mains from $24
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