- Fancy staying in Australia's oldest licensed hotel, in the country's oldest colonial precinct (The Rocks), which just happens to have an award-winning boutique brewery on the ground floor? We thought so.
The charming and historic Lord Nelson ticks all those boxes, plus it has nine discreet and finely furnished rooms that evoke the grandeur and charm of one of the city's more unique hotels. Rooms have ensuite or some share a bathroom, and continental breakfast is included in the tariff. Wireless broadband is also available.
Downstairs you can choose from the Nelson's range of naturally-brewed ales; perfect with that ploughman's lunch or pork pie you've been hankering for. There's also a brasserie on the first floor.
Located in the historic Rocks district (with all its shopping and dining options), the Lord Nelson seems never far from anywhere; Circular Quay, the Opera House, Harbour Bridge, Miller's Point marina and arts precinct, and Botanical Gardens are all only a short walk away.
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