Bed & Breakfast
$120 - $180 per room (includes continental or full breakfast)
Near new, and a fine example of Central Otago architecture, Argyll on Clyde
definitely has that 'x-factor' when it comes to comfort. Having enjoyed running a asuccessful farmstay in South Otago,
Trish and Alan May were keen to open a bed and breakfast when they
relocated to Clyde.
Argyll, named after their farm, is essentially purpose built with a separate
guest wing housing a queen bedroom with ensuite offering both bath and
shower, and a queen bedroom and twin bedroom sharing a private bathroom.
For Trish and Alan the greatest joy of providing bed and breakfast accommodation
is when guests join them in the lounge, at the table, over a barbecue or even
in the top end spa which Trish says has countless air jets aimed to soothe
muscles tired from pumping bike pedals or swinging a golf club.
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