One of the many historic buildings in Nimmitabel is the 1850’s Royal Arms Bed & Breakfast where the Walker family warmly welcome Guests to enjoy their wonderful hospitality and affordable accommodation. Originally the Royal Hotel, the Royal Arms has 3 suites, consisting of a total of 5 bedrooms. Each suite has its own bathroom and sitting rooms. Two of the suites have their own fireplace. Each suite has direct access to the verandah (which is beautiful on a cold, sunny afternoon). Suites can be used separately or opened to join, making it an ideal location for groups.
Rooms feature electric blankets, WiFi and tea/coffee making facilities. On the ground floor a lounge and breakfast area with open fireplaces, toys and books for all ages and a homely atmosphere provide Guests with comfort and relaxation.
The Royal Arms is a popular place for family reunions utilising the number of available spaces for socialising or privacy. High Tea is available upon request, perfect for special birthday celebrations and dinner is available to guests by arrangement.
This building was a Cobb & Co (horse drawn coach) station, where the coach would park overnight in the purpose-built archway, undercover on the left side of the building. The hotel was also used in the 1960 movie, The Sundowners, which was partly filmed around Nimmitabel.
45 Bombala St, Nimmitabel, NSW, 2631