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Inverlair Lodge

Accommodation Type

Bed & Breakfast,


$90 per person per night including children 3 years old and upwards.  Under 3 years old FREE.
Sole Occupancy $120


  • 4 king/twin suites, with ensuites.
  • Plus 2 suites which sleep 4 (king & 2 singles/4 singles), with ensuites.
  • Bike Shed
  • Outdoor spa, overlooking mountain views
  • BBQ Area
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Public Toilet
  • Selection of DVD's & books to view at your leisure
  • Portacot & highchair available
  • Children's games & toys
  • Free Wifi

Meals: Continental breakfast included in tariff, Full English breakfast & packed lunches available on request. prior to arrival)

There are 2 Dinner options:

(1) 2 Course Dinner, $35 per person or $20 per child under 10 years old.  

(2) BBQ Pack, you cook the selection of meats accompanied with salads & breads.  $30 per person or $15 per child under 10 years old.




Inverlair is a near new purpose build self contained country lodge over looking the Otago Central Rail Trail. From the lodge, you’ll find magnificent views of the Hawkdun Ranges and the Ida Valley.

A perfect setting for wedding anniversaries, family reunions, corporate functions and conferences. Six stylish bedrooms all with en-suites provide capacity for up to 16 guests. Spacious dining, kitchen and lounging areas complemented by a Spa pool and BBQ facilities

Visit local historical sites such as Hayes Engineering Works, Golden Progress Mine, Gilchrists Oturehua Store and the historical nearby towns of St Bathans or Naseby where you’re only 20 mins away from a game of curling or luging.

You’ll find us at the the Intersection of Hills Creek Rd and the Ida Valley Omakau Rd, right on the Otago Central Rail Trail.


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Dianne & Tony Gillespie


3422 Ida Valley-Omakau Road, Oturehua

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