The Edinburgh Castle has been a Sydney landmark since 1885. As you enter the ground floor, the bustling city streets drop away and you’re greeted with a different kind of muffled busyness.
Preserved by the laughter and spirit of tales past, the hotel’s walls were once refuge to some of the country’s most famed creatives. A storied pub known as Henry Lawson’s chosen writing nook, quenching thirst and bearing witness to some of his greatest poems and short stories.
Today, The Edinburgh Castle enters a new era by rewriting the rules on Sydney pubs. Amongst a sea of concrete and raucous corner joints, The Edinburgh Castle welcomes you with its friendly and knowledgeable staff, brassy bubbling beer and glowing historic fit out reminiscent of its true character. More than just cheap drinks and happy hours, 'The Eddy' is a real Australian pub, honouring its iconic history with subtlety. A place to belong and share stories with friends over exceptional food and drink. Head chef Daniel Lanza presents imaginative fare with a nod to Australian classics, re-imagined, and the bar offers up a classic cocktail list to take your evening up that extra notch.
While our façade has retained its integrity over time, The Edinburgh Castle welcomes a modern touch to its interiors while maintaining its much-loved heritage. The upstairs courtyard brings a refreshing vista to this electric cityscape.