Motel, Self - Contained
All year rates
One bedroom apartment: $219 (1-2 people), $60 per extra adult or extra child
Two bedroom apartment: $319 (1-4 adults), $60 per extra adult or extra child
Two Bedroom family apartment: $319 (2 adults and up to 4 children)
The perfect stop-over midway through your rail trail adventure!
Come and enjoy Naseby Lodge, at 2000 feet above worry level this lodge is the perfect place to enjoy some privacy and a touch of luxury. Enjoy a guided high country 4WD side-by-side buggy tour or try indoor ice curling, relax on a forest walks, enjoy a round of golf, or stroll through the historic village and museum – or after a hard day’s riding simply relax with a blissful hot shower in one of our stunning and spacious one or two bedroom apartments. Enquire now about special offers for a 2 night stay via email and quote '2 night Rail Trail exclusive offers'
Situated in the heart of Naseby we offer our guests luxurious, spacious self-contained apartments with modern facilities such as underfloor and central heating. Our apartments were built to be the premium 'Otago Rail Trail' accommodation option, and we aim to gracious and helpful hosts.
Naseby Lodge features 6x one bedroom apartments, which can sleep up to 3 people in each; and 2x two bedroom apartments, which can sleep a maximum of 6 in each.
Licensed Restaurant: 2000ft (Open by prior arrangement only in 2023)
Enjoy evening dining in our spacious lodge with open fire. We can arrange local catering companies to provide a menu of your choice - by prior arrangement only. Talk to us about hosting a corporate retreat or private occasion such as a wedding or conference.
The single most important resource when travelling the Central Otago Rail Trail
A beautifully crafted book with amazing photography by Peter Andrews showing Central Otago as it truly is, one of the most rugged, extreme and beautiful locations on the planet. Stunning scenery, amazing and important historical and current information, detailed maps, lists of accommodation, frequently asked questions, where to eat, how far between towns, etc. It’s all in here.More Info