A gold rush Hotel with a modern twist. The Peel Inn has been a friendly drinking hole for locals and a welcoming destination for travellers for 146 years.Located at Nundle, 60km SE of Tamworth, The Peel Inn is part of a “must see” village on a loop road 40km off the New England Highway. It is an ideal 3 hours drive from Newcastle. William McIlveen built the hotel in 1860. Soon after John Schofield won the pub in a card game . Fourth generation publican Robert Schofield has run the hotel for the past 40 years with his wife Margaret and more recently with their son Drew, Nathan and Nathan’s partner Rebecca. The exterior, largley unchanged over the past century, retains the frontier charm of the gold rush days, with decorative iron work, a Wunderlich tin-lined balcony and six metre deep verandah. Nundle is a great place for family outings, with lots to see and do. It is also a favourite destination among cyclists, motorcycle and car enthusiasts, who revel in the beautiful country side, a drink and good food.