Richmond Arms Hotel
Swing in to the solid old two-storey Richmond Arms Hotel (1888) for a burger or a beer on the street-side terrace.
The 1825 courthouse, on the main street, functioned more recently (until 1993) as the council chambers.
Richmond's stately old post office (1826) is now a frilly gift shop.
Pies, pastries, sandwiches, croissants, muffins and cakes – takeaway or munch in the courtyard. If the main street is empty, chances are...
46 Bridge St · interesting places nearby
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Cottagey tearoom on the main drag serving big breakfasts (stuffed croissants, bacon and eggs) and satisfying lunches (beef rissoles, steak sandwiches, crumbed scallops, shepherd's pie). Gluten-free menu available.