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Omakau Bedpost

Accommodation Type

Self - Contained, Historic


Rates

$70 / person or $35 / child under 13yrs - no charge for toddlers if you are supplying own port-a-cot and bedding -   Minimum booking is $210. Continental breakfast provided.


Facilities

  • The Old Post Office - 3 bedrooms (2 x queen rooms and 1 x super king with bunk beds and a single bed) - shared bathroom and toilet  - full kitchen with dishwasher - open plan lounge - guests  will have sole occupancy (ie we won't book anyone into any unused rooms)  - continental breakfast provided -  $70 / person or $35 / child under 13yrs - no charge for toddlers if you are supplying own port-a-cot and bedding -   Minimum booking is $210 – maximum of 6 guests 
  • The Postmans House - 3 bedrooms (1 x queen room and 2 x twin rooms) - two bathrooms - full kitchen - separate lounge and dining area - guests will have sole occupancy - continental breakfast provided - $70 per adult and  $35 / child under 13yrs - no charge for toddlers if guest is supplying own port-a-cot and bedding - Minimum booking is $210 - maximum of 5 guests

Description

 

The Omakau Bedpost offers two fabulous properties within 100 metres of the Otago Central Rail Trail. The Post Office and Postmasters House are fully self contained and you'll have sole occupancy so you and your group have space to relax at the end of the day . You'll find a hotel, cafe, 4 Square supermarket, playground, indoor swimming pool and swimming hole all within 100 metres.

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Steve & Carol Goodlas

Address

3 Harvey St, Omakau

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