A freshly poured beer at the local pub will taste even sweeter for the township of Morven in the not too distant future.
CNH Transportable Homes are working hard to finish building the town’s new pub, Sadleir’s Waterhole in time for easing COVID-19 restrictions. Located at the site of the old Morven Hotel Motel, which burned down in April 2016, Sadleir’s Waterhole will be a vast improvement on the Morven Hotel Motel with modern amenities and plenty of country hospitality.
More than just a pub, Sadleir’s Waterhole will provide locals and travellers with cold beer and hearty meals in a relaxed and welcoming environment.
Leanne McInnerney, one of the Sadleir’s Waterhole’s shareholders, has stated “the rebuilding of the Morven Hotel is a huge boost for the town, community and district.”
“For four years we have been without a social meeting place and have missed many opportunities to gather as a community should. We have the support of the whole community behind us, and are looking forward to our imminent opening of “Sadleir’s Waterhole”
When the group got together, our ethos was: “to build something we can be proud of”.
“Sadleir’s Waterhole” is the epitome of our dream.
Leanne has also stated Sadleir’s Waterhole “will be looking to source staff locally as well as supporting our local businesses.”
“We are very fortunate to have Chris, Nina and the CNH team on board and they have created a wonderful venue for us.”