The Rooms

We have the following accommodation types available at The Lord: Standard rooms with ensuite bathroom, rate: $250 per night*. One small room with ensuite bathroom: $210 per night*. (Price quoted in AUD inclusive of GST). This rate is inclusive of a complimentary continental breakfast in our restaurant for all our guests.

A minimum of 2 consecutive nights stay is required for all bookings that include a Saturday night.

Two of our ensuite rooms contain an additional single bed and are suitable for three occupants (a $50AUD per night surcharge applies for the third occupant). All of our rooms are non-smoking and air conditioned with tea and coffee making facilities, phone, fridge, TV, Iron and Hairdryers upon request. Wireless broadband is available in all areas of our establishment.

*Room rates differ for any bookings including New Year's Eve. Standard rooms with ensuite bathroom, rate: $450 per night. One small room with ensuite bathroom: $350 per night.

*A minimum stay of 4 consecutive nights is required for all accommodation reservations that include New Year's Eve.

*Room rate for any bookings including New Year's Eve are non-refundable and payable at the time of booking.


Check-in is via our Office from 1pm - 5pm Mon-Fri and via our busy ground floor Bar the rest of the time (Mon-Fri 5pm-11pm & Sat & Sun 1pm-10pm). Earlier check-in is subject to availability on the day, and unfortunately cannot be guaranteed. However, we will happily mind luggage until check in time.

Cancellation Policy

72 hours (three days) notice of cancellation or change to reservation is required in order to avoid penalty.  One night of accommodation will be payable if notice requirements are not met.

We recommend that you check with your travel insurance company to ensure this fee is covered in the event of an unforeseen incident.

Local attractions

A stay at The Lord is a real Sydney experience.  Enjoy an Ale in our ground floor Bar then dine in our 1st floor restaurant before heading back to your room on the top level of the Pub. 

Sightseeing is a breeze with Circular Quay just a stroll down the hill. From there you can gaze on the Opera House and the Harbour Bridge, jump on a ferry to Manly or Taronga Zoo or a bus to Bondi Beach. If you would like to venture further afield, Sydney’s CBD or Darling Harbour are around a 15 minute stroll.

Most activities centre around walking, sight-seeing and eating. The Rocks is Sydney's oldest preserved colonial district so the main emphasis is on the historical importance of the area, however it is also full of fabulous eating and boutique shopping opportunities. The Sydney Visitor Centre, corner Argyle and Playfair Streets, The Rocks (open daily 9.30am to 5.30pm {Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day}) is the best place to start exploring the area.

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via the office
1pm - 5pm
(Mon - Fri)

via the bar
5pm - 11pm
(Mon - Fri)
1pm - 10pm
(Sat - Sun)