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Mirabell Chalets

Accommodation Type

Motel, Self - Contained


Standard season rates

Economy chalet -   $135/night for 2 guests 

Studio chalet - $140/night for 2 guests

One bedroom chalet - $150 for 2 guests

Two bedroom chalet - $160 for 2 guests

Large Two bedroom chalet - $170 for 2 guests

extra adults -  $25/night

children (2 - 12 years)  - $15/night

infants (under 2 years)  - free of charge


  • Solid timber walls inside and out providing good insulation for comfort in winter and summer.
  • A range of chalets sleeping from 2 to 5 guests per chalet
  • All linen and towels are provided.
  • Summer fruit grown on site.
  • Spa pool and swimming pool (seasonal use).
  • Each chalet has it's own private patio.
  • BBQ area
  • Wheelchair access unit
  • Undercover area - store bikes etc.
  • Free pickup and drop-off to the Rail Trail; start / finish at Clyde.
  • Winetasting is available at the vineyard across the road
  • By car, it's just a few mins to the -
      • Alexandra Airport
      • Alexandra or Clyde shops and restaurants & Cafés 
      • Golf courses
  • By car scenic drives in all directions, 1 hr to the Queenstown or the Wanaka skifield areas, 20 minutes to Highlands Motorsport Park at Cromwell or 1 hour to the indoor Curling Rink and Luge at the historic town of Naseby.


Mirabell Chalets offer three self-contained, log-style chalets set in 10 acres of private grounds and gardens, just two minutes from Alexandra towards Clyde and near the Rail Trail. Two chalets can sleep up to 4 people and the new third chalet has 2 bedrooms and can sleep 5. 
All chalets have their own kitchen, bathroom and outdoor patio. Also a swimming pool, hot tub, and loads of space.
See our website for rates, location and photos.

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Graeme & Deirdre Anderson


13 Airport Road, Alexandra, 9391

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