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Terrigal Hotel

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by Dora Bona (subscribe)
A freelance writer, and amateur photographer Dora also teaches creative writing classes. Check out her website at www.creativejuicy.com
Published March 14th 2011
It's been called "The finest Pub on the Central Coast". I'd go along with that description of the Terrigal Hotel

During a recent weekend away on the Central Coast I found everything I love in a watering hole. That includes great, relaxed atmosphere, a water view, amazing bistro food and my favourite icy cold beer on tap (not necessarily available at all the places I visit).
The beer is cold and the view is great


The Terrigal Hotel has a proud history in the area because of its involvement with the community, especially supporting local sporting clubs. A few years ago, the hotel underwent a big refurbishment and has become a breezy, spacious, really inviting place to be.

The food is fantastic. Perhaps it's because of the options of cooking your own steak - while chatting with the locals and meeting new people as you sear your rump - or ordering from the extensive bistro menu. I had the yearling scotch fillet for the reasonable price of $20, complete with salad and dianne sauce with mushrooms. I cooked it myself and of course it was perfect.
Great dining options


There are two levels to the hotel and the huge covered open deck seems to be the most popular as the bistro is located there, and the views are fantastic. However, there are also other areas to relax and unwind upstairs.


The downstairs bar has a massive area for punters to watch their favourite sport, play pool or listen to the juke box. There's also a big beer garden outside.
Downstairs beer garden


There's something on at the Terrigal 7 days a week. Mondays, a badge draw, Tuesdays Poker, Wednesdays cheap cocktails from 7 till 9 pm as well as badge draws and DJ's throughout the week.

If you find that you've simply had too much fun, there's a courtesy bus to take you home. This operates Friday & Saturday from 7 pm till closing.

The Terrigal Hotel is definitely child-friendly so it's a great place to go with the whole family if you're thinking of checking out all the wonderful things to do in Terrigal.
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Why? Because it's a package deal venue
When: 7 days a week
Where: Terrigal, Central coast
Cost: Very affordable food and drinks
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