The Union Hotel is more than your local pub, more than a bar, accommodation provider and family restaurant.
The Union Hotel in Greymouth is one of New Zealand’s true-to-the-core classic pubs, complimented with the restaurant, Raceway Carvery, serving the home-cooked meals and dishes we all know. There’s even a free soup with main meals.
Whether you are cheering to a live match on the big screens, meeting up with friends for a pint or two, maybe catching a show in the theatre or conference room, the laughter and banter of the locals, “real” hospitality of the staff, plus the warm fire and classic home lounge style, you will feel welcomed.
With simplicity and comfort .. The only problem is, it’s difficult to leave!
The Union Hotel was Built on this site in 1889 By John & Catherine Shannahan they Operated the Hotel through to 1919 and for the past 40 Years the Union Hotel has been the home to Jim & Rosemarie Toal and their families and friends.
- 8 Beers and a Cider on tap and more to choose from in the Chillers
- Big Screen TV's visible from everywhere in the bar
- 16 Gaming Machines an in-house TAB
- Lounge Bar
- Smoking Area & Beer Garden
- The Conference Room Seats up to 120 People and has its own Bar and Big Screen TV
- 4 Twin Rooms
- 2 Triple Rooms
- 2 Double Rooms
- 1 Single Room
- Flat 1 That Sleeps 5
- Flat 2 That Sleeps 4
- The Rooms have Sky Sports TV, On Suites & Tea/Coffee.
For Enquiries & Bookings Call: 03-768 4013
Hours: The BAR Opens from 11am Monday to Sunday, plenty of parking
RESTAURANT: Hours 7 Days
Lunch is 11:45am till 2:00pm
Dinner is 4:45pm Till 8:00pm
**Excluding Xmas Day This is for Families to be together**
kevalanis wrote a review Dec 2020
Know this, the restaurant ain't modern, it ain't "trendy." But what is is an old school wham bam thank you Ma'am Carvery. Great food, great old school options eg meals with veges or salad and fries, Get in early to get your roasts, but plenty of other options including West Coast Turbot and the steaks are great. Inexpensive , good options for the kids and the complimentary vege soup with the mains is a must. No packet gravy and no packet soup. Old school.