|Rooms to Let:||10 Hotel|
|Bars:||Single bar operation|
|Restaurant:||Dinner 6 days|
|Bottle Shop:||Over bar|
|Construction:||Two storey corner hotel|
Imperial Hotel TRANGIE
485km northwest Sydney, 77km west Dubbo
Macquarie Valley Irrigation Area
Mitchell Highway (Sydney to Adelaide/Perth)
Diverse Agricultural district (cotton, sorghum & fat lambs)
The Imperial Hotel built in 1916 occupies a prominent position in town on
the intersection of the Mitchell Highway and town's main street.
A classic two-story hotel, the verandah catches the eye as you travel
into town. The 10 hotel guest rooms open onto the verandah, catching the
breezes and views. The hotel includes a convenient single bar operation,
ample seating in the dining and function rooms, Keno and TAB (only TAB in
town) and a large outdoor beer garden with both paved and grass areas.
Included but alongside the hotel is a separate shop, which has previously
been a cafe and a pizza shop. The opportunity exists for this highway
fronted shop to be leased out or run in conjunction with the hotel.
The quaint township of Trangie, punches above its weight, when it comes
to drawing visitors.
Situated on the Cobb & Co Heritage Trail, which was established to
celebrate the 150th anniversary of Cobb and Co's 1st journey, Trangie
features in its own brochure and still has the old staging post in town.
Other drawcards on display around town are an antiaircraft gun, navy
submarine torpedo and the town's old fire truck a 1918 - Garford fire
On the eastern edge of town is the Goan Cowal or Waterhole which is "Home
of the Big Billy".
Annual events which swell the towns number include, Gold Cup (March),
Trangie Truck and Tractor Show (Biennially April), Macquarie Picnic
Races (Dec) and the Pink Pigeon (Dec-Jan).
The Imperial Hotel's current vendors have cared for this classic hotel
well, but are now ready for retirement, opening the opportunity for new
owners to put their stamp on this profitable business.
So call us today