Visiting Sydney’s OLDEST brewery hotel: The Lord Nelson
A visit to Sydney is not complete without a stop off at The Lord Nelson Brewery, Sydney’s oldest continually licensed hotel, established in 1841. Located in the Rocks (Sydney’s historic precinct) you can’t get a more appropriate area to house the pub.
After living in London for two years, sitting in The Lord Nelson made us feel a little nostalgic… it was a rainy day, the trees had lost their leaves, the fireplace was on and the atmosphere was cosy. I felt like I was sitting somewhere in the middle of England or Scotland, it was amazing.
The Lord Nelson isn’t just any old pub. They have a brewery with over a quarter century award-winning ales, a restaurant and accommodation.
There are plenty of great beers on tap for you to choose from.
Your visit to Sydney isn’t complete without a trip to the oldest brewery pub in Sydney!
“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” – Marcel Proust
Best pub in Australia I definitely spend time there whenever I am in Sydney.great beer and good surroundings.the staff are very good.your customers hail from around the world .see you all again very soon
Thanks Francis! It certainly is an awesome place!!!
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