Ebor Falls Hotel Motel is your Family Friendly Pub in Ebor Ebor Falls Hotel Motel is located in the village of Ebor, just 80kms from Armidale and 45kms from Dorrigo. The hotel has been in operation since 1973, with the current owners taking over in January 2018. The hotel offers a rural setting for enjoyment and relaxation for people of all ages. Ebor is surrounded by beautiful national parks and streams which are great for trout fishing.
Our Bistro Food Ebor Falls Hotel Motel BistroOur bistro is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week offering good wholesome country food. We have a lunch and dinner menu plus a forever changing specials board. We can also cater for functions from finger food to a specific banquet. Our newly renovated dining room offers a kids area so parents can relax and enjoy a meal and a beer or wine from our wine fridge.
Our Accommodation At Ebor Falls Hotel Motel There are three different accommodation categories that we offer. You can’t go past without stopping to enjoy our hospitality in the Bar, Bistro, and Accommodation. Ebor Falls Hotel Motel has recently renovated all our 6 rooms. 5 of the rooms have 1 queen bed and 1 single bed, whereas the other room has 1 queen bed and 2 single beds. All rooms have their own bathroom and have TV, kettle and toaster. The house is situated right next to the hotel, which can sleep up to 18-20 people. It consists of 4 bedrooms, 1 sleepout room with 4 sets of bunks, 2 bathrooms and its own kitchen. The house is available for short stays and is the perfect location for that family get together, group of friends catchup or a biker’s group. At the rear of the hotel is a very large and spacious lawn area that can be used for camping and caravans. There are 5 powered sites for the caravans as well as plenty of unpowered sites.
To Do in Ebor The village of Ebor is surrounded by world heritage areas, National Parks and some of Australia’s best waterfalls. Point Lookout, located in New England National Park is one of the highest places (1564 metres) north of the Snowy Mountains. From this elevated location the Pacific Ocean is visible 70km distant. Walking tracks lead through Antartic Beech forests below the escarpment of this ancient, extinct volcano. Wildlife is abundant – Eastern grey kangaroos, possums, spotted-tail quoll, superb lyre birds, cuckoos and kookaburras. Just south of Ebor, the Guy Fawkes River drops over Ebor Falls, a columned basalt rock of 115 metres. Although the Ebor Falls are not very high they have some great views and interesting walks. There are toilets, barbecue facilities, running water and three viewing platforms which have sweeping views of the falls and the Macleay Valley.