An Old English Country Style Inn
Set in the picturesque Tatong Valley, the Tatong Tavern is a lovely Old English tavern that will tickle your fancy. Whether you’re after a cool ale in the garden or a glass of red by the fire, served with delicious, tasty meals made with local produce, there is something for everyone.
The pub remains a focal point of village life and plays a significant role in the local community.
One of the region’s most remarkable hotels, the Tatong Tavern has gained national recognition through the released coffee table book. The work of author David Carr and photographer Ned Meldrum, Counter Meal – A Slice of Australian Life
The Tatong Tavern has a warm and inviting bar for locals and tourists alike. We have a variety of popular beers on tap and a full array of local wines and gins from the King Valley and surrounds.
The Tatong Tavern offers a number of cosy country accommodation options to sleep up to 18 people. A continental breakfast is included in the cost of accommodation.
Built in the 1880’s
Mr.Edward (Ted) Brown, for Mr. William Worrall built the original weatherboard hotel in the 1880’s. This building was destroyed by fire in 1923.
There are plenty of local attractions and historical sites in the Tatong district and surrounds. Nestled in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range you can explore Benalla Wall to Wall Street Art, North East Victoria Silo Art Trail, visit local wineries, bushwalk in Mount Samaria State Park, follow the Ned Kelly Trail plus so much more.