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Naseby Holiday Cottages

Accommodation Type

Bed & Breakfast


From $110 to $160 for 2 people $30 extra per person



  • Fully self contained large open plan lounge
  • Kitchen, Laundry, Two bath rooms 
  • Two large bedrooms: 1 double bed with own ensuite and 1 Double or 2 singles
  • Extra sleeping in living area 2 singles Futons
  • $150 per night for 2 people, each additional person $30 per night.

Two Ensuited Studio Units

  • Super comfortable
  • 1 Double or Twin
  • 1 Double plus Single
  • Tea/Toast/Microwave/TV
  • Units $110 per night for 2 people. each additional person $30 per night.

Unit 6

  • 1 Double Plus Single
  • Cooking facilities/Ensuite  
  • $130.00 per night plus $30.00 for each additional person per night

Tourist Flat Self Contained.

  • Bed Sitter - Double bed & pullout sofa, TV
  • Ensuited bedroom - 3 single beds
  • Continential breakfast available on request
  • $130 per night for 2 people, each additional person $30 per night.

New Self Contained House

  • Three bedrooms, ensuite, comfortable lounge, heat pump, 2 bathroom, full kitchen, laundry, facilities for disabled, suitable for family groups.
  • Discount for longer stays by arrangement
  • $130 per night for 2 people, each additional person $30 per night.

Free for pre school children & for children up from 5 to 12 $20.00 per child

Pick up available from Waipiata, Ranfurly, Wedderburn by arrangement.


Mountain View is conveniently located 700 metres from the village centre and 700 metres from the ice rinks and luge. Eileen and Stuart will share their hospitality and local knowledge while you enjoy the special tranquil atmosphere of Naseby.

From the warm, spacious, comfortably furnished accommodation you can enjoy the many varied attractions of this beautiful area.



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66 Derwent Street, Naseby

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