Mundulla Hotel – National Trust Property
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About this site: A hotel in 19th Century building and built in the 1870s, Mundulla Hotel was used as a store and post office until 1884 when a hotel licence was obtained. Used as a hotel until 1912, then as a general store and then residence until 1959. Reopened as the Old Mundulla Hotel in 1994, it is a National Trust protected property.
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