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Antique Lodge Motel

Accommodation Type

Self - Contained


From $125 - $150 (off-peak and peak season rates apply), Extra Adult $25.00, Extra Child from $15.00


  • 7 spacious ground floor units, 1 and 2 bedrooms - All non-smoking
  • Fully equipped kitchens with microwaves
  • All units feature Sky TV, telephone, electric blankets, heating, radio
  • Play area for children including a trampoline
  • BBQ area, free use for guests
  • Continental breakfast available (in original Schist stable from Sep - Apr)
  • Cot, highchair, hairdryer available
  • Off-street parking, guest laundry
  • Central heating radiators for the winter months


Your all seasons holiday stay

Heidi & Günther welcome you to Antique Lodge Motel - find us alongside the eye-catching giant sequoia tree.Our fully self-contained units range from superior to standard and family to single bedroom units. All units have a fully equipped kitchen, a flat screen TV with Sky, free WiFi and parking at unit door. Guests are welcome to use the free gas BBQ in the BBQ area, which is particularly popular after a day of sightseeing, wine tasting or cycling in the region. The units are now equipped with large central heating convectors for the winter traveller. The motel is situated in historic Clyde near the start/finish of the Otago Central Rail Trail. Closest Motel to all restaurants - 3 min walk. Just 1 hour drive from Queenstown, Wanaka and Ranfurly.

We are happy to store bikes securely over night and allow guests to leave their car on our adjacent section until their return free of charge.

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Fizz Hunter-Weston


56 Sunderland St, Clyde, 9330

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