Your choice of 30 comfortable studio and bedroom units.
We provide a great range of amenities to make your stay as pleasant as possible. All of our rooms include:
- SKY TV
- Free WiFi internet access
- Iron and ironing board
- Kettle and toaster
- Hair dryer
- Alarm clock
- Complimentary hot drink selection
- At least one queen bed
13 studio units
Our studio rooms feature queen-size beds, ensuite bathroom with shower, kitchenette with microwave and tea/coffee making facilities, SKY television and WiFi internet access.
11 standard one bedroom units
With both a queen and single bed, our 1-Bedroom units feature separate open-plan lounge/dining area, kitchen facilities, full bathroom with shower over bath, work station, SKY television and WiFi internet access. A pull out divan is available in some units, based on availability.
6 large one bedroom units
Perfect for families or groups, our large one-bedroom units feature a separate bedroom with both a queen and single bed and a single bed in the lounge, as well as a divan which can be converted into extra sleeping space. The spacious open-plan lounge/dining area is equipped with kitchen facilities. These units also feature a full bathroom with shower over bath, work station, SKY television and WiFi internet access.
Dunedin – the wildlife and heritage centre of New Zealand.
A lively, architecturally rich city framed by a magnificent harbour, Dunedin is the wildlife and heritage centre of New Zealand and gateway to a striking hinterland. Located on the east coast of the South Island, you’ll want to stay much longer than planned.
Originally a Scottish settlement, Dunedin is widely regarded as the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian heritage city in the southern hemisphere. It is home to some of New Zealand’s top fashion designers, boutique shopping and a vibrant cafe and bar scene close to the town square, known as the Octagon. Local attractions include the much photographed Dunedin Railway Station, the Clock Tower at the University of Otago, New Zealand’s oldest and most pre-eminent University, and Larnach Castle, New Zealand’s only castle.
Stretching along the southern edge of Otago Harbour from Dunedin, the Otago Peninsula is one of New Zealand’s most renowned eco tourism areas. Predominantly of volcanic origin, Otago Peninsula, is renowned for the world’s only mainland albatross breeding colony at Taiaroa Head and various other ocean bird, seal and penguin species, including one of the world’s rarest, the yellow eyed penguin.
The natural unassuming splendour of Otago is a major draw card. The rugged but welcoming hinterland can be accessed via the Taieri Gorge Railway which enables a link to Middlemarch and the Otago Central Rail Trail. Alternatively it scales the cliff tops to provide spectacular views of Port Chalmers and the Pacific Ocean coastline on its Seasider route.
Located on the coast mid-way between Dunedin and Oamaru, don’t miss the magical Moeraki Boulders, formed around 60 million years ago. According to Maori legend, the circular boulders are gourds washed from the great voyaging canoe Araiteuru when it was wrecked upon landfall in New Zealand some 1000 years ago.