Serving up great food, value & entertainment

Established on the corner of Nepean Highway and Tanti Avenue in 1852, the Mornington Hotel (previously the Mornington on Tanti and Tanti Hotel) has been an integral part of the Mornington community for generations.

Going through many changes and redevelopments since its humble beginnings, the hotel now encompasses a 190 seat bistro with children’s games room and playground, sports bar, wagering facilities, two function rooms and 19 luxury 4 star hotel suites.

The Mornington Hotel offers great value for seniors, with a tailored seniors’ menu from $14.50 with two and three course options available, 20% discount off main meals and an exclusive seniors only $17 three course lunch special Monday to Thursday, representing great value and available with the presentation of your Seniors Card.

Seniors also enjoy a wide variety of activities at our hotel, including our ever popular Morning Melodies held on the last Wednesday of every month, where for $18 guests can enjoy morning tea and a 2 course meal with a musical performance from talented musicians like Arnie Griff, Bobby James and Issi Dye.

Our experience and quality sets us apart, with bookings essential as shows can book out months in advance. We also offer a monthly bingo with cash and great prizes on offer, held on the second Monday of the month for $18 with morning tea, two course meal and two books with extra books available for purchase.

On weekends, enjoy our ‘Super Saturday’ in the sports bar with $10 Parma and Pot or our Sunday Roast Carvery, available for $14.50 for seniors in the bistro. The Mornington Hotel Rewards Program also offers great value, with daily member specials, 5% discount, rewards point system and $25 birthday voucher.

So come down to the Mornington Hotel today and enjoy the benefits and our promotions for seniors!


917 Nepean Hwy. Mornington (corner of Tanti Ave)
Ph. 03 5975 2015    Fax. 5977 0678
info@morningtonontanti.com.au
www.morningtonhotel.com.au

Peninsula Essence Seniors Feature – October 2019

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