Built on the present pub site, Whorouly’s first hotel was a rambling wooden building with a shingle roof; later an iron roof was placed over the shingles. It was built by the first publican Michael Dodd. Like many of the old watering holes it burnt down and the present concrete hotel was built by publican Sinclair in the early 1930s.
Come and meet the publicans Jody and Tony, who will warmly greet you with a cold beer in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. This country pub has great locals who are happy to share a few yarns. You can sit by the fire, enjoy the beer garden and have a bite to eat.
CYRIL the restaurant is located the hotel ( serving meals Thursday through to Sunday lunch) , Bookings are recommended