Sunday, 4 November 2012

Farmers Arms Hotel Daylesford

1 East St
Daylesford, VIC 3460
Ph+ 61 3 5348 2091
info@farmersarmsdaylesford.com.au

This 1857 red brick pub is the oldest in Daylesford.


'Executive Chef Gavan Anders has created a mouth watering selection of simple but sophisticated dishes that showcase the freshest of local ingredients at value for money prices. It's all deliciously casual and you don't need a reservation'.

Poppet with her pint!

It was a beautiful clear, sunny day ~ perfect beer garden weather! Whilst the period charm of the interior of the pub is lovely for those without furry children, we were so content with enjoying the sunshine out in the beer garden. 

The meals here are HUGE! The calamari salad was not even considered a main on the menu, but was definitely filling! It was hands down the best calamari salad we had tried in some time, with an asian flare in the dressing and addition of nuts. If this was HUGE, then the Gummy Shark and chips was MAMMOTH! We are not food connoisseurs by any means, but love good food, especially when it is matched with good weather and good company (the pugs of course!)


Calamari Salad

Gummy Shark & Chips

A trip to Daylesford need not mean a day away from your pooches! We thoroughly enjoyed the road trip out of Melbourne, walking through the town, driving around the outskirts to recommended places to visit ALL with the pugs happy as can be, riding with us in the back, or exploring with us on foot (or paws!) 

Gypsy hanging out in the beer garden.....

If you were planning an extended stay in Daylesford, here are a few links to pet-friendly accommodation. Enjoy!


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1 comment:

  1. I wanted to move in Daylesford, I was having troubles in getting good property so I contacted Daylesford accommodation I purchased a very economicalproperty and now I am living happily.

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