Bendemeer Hotel


The Client

Situated in scenic Bendemeer and overlooking the MacDonald River, the BENDEMEER HOTEL offers cozy country accommodation in beautiful surrounds.  With its many comfortable rooms and excellent dining facilities the Bendemeer Hotel is also the perfect spot to stay and relax for a few days for those looking to discover the treasures of the beautiful New England region. Host every three years to the Grey Fergie Muster, Bendemeer has all the unspoiled character of a historic rural town and is within easy reach of the Tamworth Country Music Festival held each year in January.

If you are looking for real country hospitality with great pub rooms and great pub meals, the Bendemeer Hotel is the perfect stop for those travelling the area.

You will find the Bendemeer Hotel on: Caroline Street, Bendemeer NSW 2355

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The Suburb

Bendemeer is a small town on the Macdonald River in the New England region of New South Wales. It is situated at the junction of the New England and Oxley Highways.

The original inhabitants of the land were Aborigines of the Kamilaroi clan. The first European settlement was in 1834, with the establishment of a sheep station at a river crossing on what would become the McDonald River.[2] By 1851 a small village had grown around the station, which was known as McDonald River.[2]

In 1854 the village was renamed Bendemeer after a line in the 1817 poem Lalla-Rookh by Thomas Moore:  There’s a bower of roses by Bendemeer’s stream; And the nightingale sings round it all day long.”[3]

Bendemeer is principally a business hub for local sheep and cattle graziers. The town also hosts a range of arts festivals and craft markets,[2] as well as a triennial Tractor Muster.[6] Town services include a general shop, a hotel and restaurant, caravan park and camping ground, and Catholic and Presbyterian churches.[7]

What We Did

The Bendemeer Hotel was looking for furniture for their Riverview Room.  As the Hotel has a traditional feel, they wanted products that reflect heritage, yet did not feel dated.  Our Zeb Upholstered chairs were selected for the seating and combined with Bistro table bases with Shesman Table tops.

Bendeemer Hotel, Bendeemer NSW