About Us

Built in 1889 as the Royal Hotel, this magnificent building was gutted by fire on the 28th August 1938. Later on that year the building was rebuilt and named the New Royal Hotel. The current owners, Brad Keable and Toni Heaney purchased the property in December 2006 and converted the hotel to a hip 60’s style café and accommodation country establishment.

Dine either inside the chic café, on the veranda or alfresco under the magnificent willow tree. If it is a quick caffeine hit you need, then the Royal also offers take away tea, coffee and delicious cakes, slices and biscuits.

Choose from nine well-appointed comfortable rooms or the semi self-contained cottage located across the courtyard and the back of the main building.

Whether you are celebrating a special occasion, looking for a weekend escape or just a fantastic coffee, the Royal Café and accommodation is the perfect venue to exceed your every requirement.

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Owners Brad & Toni

Owners Brad & Toni

“We are very fortunate to have such an asset as the Royal Café and accommodation in Walcha. The staff provides friendly, courteous and professional service and the food and beverages are first class. The accommodation bestows a warm, homely atmosphere with country flavor.

The Café is open 7 days a week, 7am to 5pm. Private functions are also catered for by prior arrangement. Choose from two separate dining areas for small groups or combined the two rooms for a larger get-together.

The Royal Café and Accommodation also caters for the motor bike and car enthusiasts with a fully secure yard and lock up shed and drying room. With the gateway to the famous Oxley Highway, Thunderbolts Way and the New England Highway right at our doorstep. The Oxley Highway is renowned as one of Australia’s best motorcycle roads and a direct link from the coastal city of Port Macquarie.

Spoil yourself at the Royal Café and Accommodation.

A client Testimonial: Here’s a great motorcycle friendly establishment, fantastic 60’s theme with incredible art sculptures and motorcycle paraphernalia , good coffee, food & bike parking with quirky accommodation located at the centre point of some of the greatest roads in NSW. Situated at the western end of the renowned Oxley Highway & gateway to Tamworth, Armidale and the Buckets Way heading south to Newcastle, or from the north cross the QLD/NSW border ranges and follow the great western… please share and like and drop by for a coffee after a great ride.