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Maniototo Lodge Bed & Breakfast

Accommodation Type

Bed & Breakfast, Historic


Rates

$160 queen or twin. 
$80 single occupancy


Facilities

  • Three spacious bedrooms (two queens, one twin). Fireplaces in both queens.
  • Freshly decorated and gorgeous window coverings
  • Two brand new guest only bathrooms
  • Guest lounge with large bay window, flat screen TV, couches, books and magazines and open fireplace
  • Guest dining room opening onto sun-drenched guest patio. Coffee and tea making
  • Home cooked baking on arrival and meals by arrangement
  • Quality Egyptian cotton bed linen and freshly laundered guest bathrobes, electric blankets, fitted carpets throughout
  • Bike shed
  • Laundry facilities available
  • Half hectare of grounds and ample parking to leave vehicles while cycling or walking the Otago Central Rail Trail
  • Just 150 metres from the Rail Trail
  • Free courtesy transport to and from dining and attractions in Ranfurly, Waipiata and Naseby (curling)
  • 4WD adventure tours and other activities can be organsied by hosts.

Description

Originally built as the district's Catholic presbytery, this grand villa has been transformed by hosts Chris and Gary Parks into Rail Trail accommodation blending 1904 elegance with 21st Century style.

Just 150 metres from the Otago Central Rail Trail, Maniototo Lodge B & B is a well-earned reward at the end of a day's cycling or walking. At the heart of the Maniototo Plains, Maniototo Lodge is perfect for a lay day off the trail or as a base for doing the trail in either direction (with free pick up and delivery).

Views from Maniototo Lodge are said to be Ranfurly's best.

 

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Your Hosts

Chris and Gary Parkes

Address

Cnr Alexander St and Stuart Rd, Ranfurly

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