Who owns the crafers hotel?
The new owners (Ed and Julie Peter, with shareholders Brett Matthews and Jodi Brumby) purchased the rundown hotel in 2014, with a vision to create the most unique culinary and vinous destination hotel in the Adelaide Hills, offering delicious food, exceptional wines and well-priced accommodation.
What hotels do the Palmer Group own?
Collectively, they own and operate about 16 pubs in South Australia, including the Stirling Hotel, Uraidla Hotel, Crafers Hotel, 2KW Bar & Restaurant, and Paloma Bar and Pantry.
Who owns pubs in Adelaide?
Meanwhile, the five biggest family operators – the Jones, Hurley, Matthews, Plush and Fahey families – operate more than 40 pubs across suburban Adelaide and in regional areas including Mount Gambier, Port Pirie, Whyalla, Yankalilla and Roxby Downs.
What is in Stirling South Africa?
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- The Stirling Market. Flea & Street Markets • Farmers Markets.
- Sticky Rice Cooking School. Cooking Classes.
- Mount Lofty Golf Club. Golf Courses.
- Matilda Bookshop. Speciality & Gift Shops.
- Steamroller Park. Playgrounds.
- Freeway Travel.
Who owns 2KW Adelaide?
2KW Bar and Restaurant co- owner, Mr Martin Palmer said: “Many things will set 2KW Bar and Restaurant apart, not least of which are the stunning 180 degree-plus views to the north – from the hills to the coast – and also south back down King William Street, which offers a view of nearly every iconic building in Adelaide
Who owns the Lion hotel North Adelaide?
The combined footprint of nearly 5,000 square metres will allow the hotel to unlock medium to high density development in the future whilst benefitting from current income streams. Owners Tim Gregg and Andrew Svencis decided to sell the high profile hotel they’d owned and operated since 1996.
How many pubs are there in Adelaide?
With over 70 pubs within the city terraces, Adelaide’s nickname should be the city of pubs.
Was Stirling the capital of Scotland?
Scotland’s Capital Once the capital of Scotland, Stirling has the Great Hall (restored 1999) and the Renaissance Palace (restoration completed 2011) within Stirling Castle. Stirling also has a medieval parish church, the Church of the Holy Rude, where King James VI was crowned King of Scots in 1567.