Accommodating Travellers since 1845 Midlands last operating stage coach inn

St Andrews History

St Andrew’s Inn, a former coaching inn built in 1835, was resurrected in 1972.

Next door is Cleveland House, formerly the Bald Face Stag Inn, built around 1830 where a murder took place. Bushrangers bailed up the licensee and guests and one was shot. The culprits were arrested and hanged for murder.

Nearby Epping Forest was an infamous haunt of bushrangers which struck fear into the hearts of coach drivers to the extent that they would gather there until a number could form a convoy.

Open:

  • Friday 9am to 3pm
  • Saturday 9am to 3pm
  • Sunday 9am to 3pm

Open other times by appointment for events etc

Stop in and enjoy a fresh cup of coffee or sample our Devonshire Tea with a scone or two. 

We also have an all day Breakfast and Lunch Menu for those wanting a meal or toastie’s, pies and pizzas for lighter alternatives. 

Most of our food is bought from local producers, ensuring customers get the best quality Tasmania has to offer

Conference Room Facilities

St Andrews Inn welcomes meetings, conferences, conventions, seminars, training, product launches, receptions, social soirees and events. 

Here are a few of the amenities you and your attendees will enjoy when you book with us:

  • Flexible space with various options for setup
  • Event catering available
  • Natural light

The Bushrangers Bar

Due to liquor licensing, this is only available to staying guest at this stage. BYO is allowed for diners. 

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