Hotel Steyne

HOTEL STEYNE

75 The Corso
Manly NSW 2095

(02) 9977 4977

info@hotelsteyne.com.au 

Accommodation
accommodation@hotelsteyne.com.au

Functions
functions@hotelsteyne.com.au

 

OPENING TIMES

HOTEL STEYNE
Monday – Wedesday: 9am – 2am
Thursday:9am – 3am
Friday – Saturday: 9am – 2am
Sunday: 9am – 12am

GLASSHOUSE
Friday: 5pm – 11pm
Saturday: 12pm – 11pm
Sunday:12pm – 10pm

MOONSHINE
Thursday: 5pm – 12pm
Friday: 5pm – 1am
Saturday: 12pm – 1am
Sunday: 12pm – 12am

BOTTLESHOP
Thursday – Friday: 4pm – 9:45pm
Friday: 4pm – 9:45pm
Saturday: 12pm – 9:45pm
Sunday: 12pm – 9:45pm



THE DETAILS

CUISINE
Australian Pub Food

NEED TO KNOW
Good for Groups, Functions, Beachside Views, Various Bars and Spaces, Cocktails, Wine and Beers, Bands, Accommodation

SERVING
Lunch
Dinner
Drinks
Bottleshop

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The iconic Hotel Steyne is one of Manly’s oldest buildings, noted for having a frontage to East Steyne and the ocean beachfront.

The original pub was built in 1859 by Manly’s founding father – Henry Gilbert Smith. It was designed by the renowned colonial architect, Edmund Blacket. Completed by September 1859, this well-proportioned, elegant two-storey stone building dominated The Corso and the tiny new village.

Unlike now, it was not one of many buildings facing the ocean with unrivalled views and offering beachside accommodation.

Regarded as a ‘first-class family hotel’, the Hotel Steyne boasted thirty apartments, plus an extensive range of kitchens, cellars, out-offices and much more.

The first lessee of the Steyne Hotel was John Campbell from Brisbane. However, Campbell remained less than three months. He was replaced by Russell Chalk, proprietor of the Baden Baden Guest House, nearby on the corner of Raglan Street and East Steyne.

This first hotel did not last long in its original state. A mysterious fire burnt the famous pub to the ground in June 1863. After this it was rebuilt to a new Blacket design. 

The hotel reopened in 1864 and was back in business that year. 

Final renovations were made to the business in 1936 and since then it has become a registered heritage building.

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It has changed hands many times and had many owners. In 1922 it was bought by brewers Reschs and 13 years later in 1935 it had a new owner – the brewing giant Tooth & Co. In 1935 the hotel was rebuilt at a cost of $25,000 – a considerable sum in those days. 

From the day the doors first opened, The Hotel Steyne has been involved in all community aspects and events, earning its name as Manly’s true local. 

It is constantly changing with the times and meeting the increasing demands of a high profile venue in one of Australia’s best known suburbs. It now has an impressive six bars and accommodation facilities - this pub has something to offer everyone. 

Boasting ocean views, a relaxed family friendly atmosphere and a variety of entertainment for all ages, the Hotel Steyne really is a classic that has proven it will never go out of style. 

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