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Hotel a local legend

Established in 1966, The Shoreline Hotel is a well-known local favourite.

Over the years the hotel has become the go- to destination for Eastern Shore families and friends to meet, connect and share a meal.

The Shoreline has a series of cosy and intimate spaces designed to offer something for everyone – and perfect for the colder winter months.

The Shoreline has a wide range of dining options and spaces across the hotel. The Café offers a relaxed environment, with a value-for-money menu as well as delicious cabinet sweets baked daily on the premises.

The Dining Room has a diverse menu with table service and sophisticated spaces designed to cater for every occasion from an intimate dinner to a family lunch or large gathering.

The Lounge and Terrace attached to the Dining Room are perfect for relaxing in front of the fire, quenching your thirst, and expanding your taste buds with a cocktail creation from one of the talented bar staff.

The Sports bar is complete with a pool table, dart board, TAB facilities and log fire, and serves up traditional pub meals, with an array of big screens to ensure you’ll never miss the big game or race.

The Shoreline’s award- winning Cellarbrations bottle shop is the Eastern Shore’s largest independent family- owned bottle shop, stocking an extensive list of some of Tasmania’s best wines, whiskies, gins and other spirits.

Cellarbrations offers a “click and collect” option as well as a convenient drive-through. Keep your receipt and receive a five per cent discount if you dine in the hotel.

The hotel is perfect for those looking for affordable accommodation without sacrificing comfort, with 13 modern motel rooms on site – many with stunning views of the Derwent River and Mount Wellington.

To get in touch, phone us on 62479504 or email admin@shorelinehotel. com.au

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The Eastern Shore Sun is your monthly community newspaper, reaching over 30,000 homes and businesses in the communities of Clarence and Sorell. It is the product of Nicolas Turner, Justine Brazil, Ben Hope, Simon Andrews, Tobias Hinds and guest contributors, with support from advertisers.

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