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Solandra Lodge

Accommodation Type

Bed & Breakfast


1 to 2 adults $140 per night
Additional adults up to total of 6 - $70 per person per night
Children under 13 free. Continental Breakfast.


  • three double bedrooms with king or super king beds, two downstairs and one upstairs. There is an additional single room upstairs. The super king bed is a split apart so we can handle a number of different sleeping configurations.
  • a self contained kitchen with oven, microwave, full sized fridge freezer, and a dish drawer. Upstairs you’ll find a kitchenette for making tea / coffee and snacks.
  • two lounges, one downstairs which has a TV / DVD and one upstairs which has a ceiling mounted projector and surround sound.
  • heating or cooling (it is Central Otago after all) is provided upstairs and downstairs by separate heat pumps.
  • there is a shared bathroom downstairs with a massive corner bath and shower along with underfloor heating.  In the studio bedroom upstairs there is a second toilet.


Solandra Lodge is situated in the picturesque Ida Valley, close to the Poolburn Gorge section of the Rail Trail. We are happy to provide pickup and drop off for cyclists.

The Ida Suite is completely private and has full facilities. There is a new, paved courtyard to enjoy, or a lawn to collapse onto with a drink …

Dinner is available on request or pub meals available at Oturehua, or Ophir Hotels.

We are looking forward to meeting you.


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Steve and Carol Goodlass


283 Moa Creek Road, Poolburn

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