Bed & Breakfast, Historic
A full range of rates is available to ensure all travellers are able to enjoy the comforts of Dunstan House.
Rooms with shared bathroom facilities are available from, $130
Ensuited rooms are available from $230
The Suite, with its own private lounge and ensuite is available from $265
Guests will find each of our rooms elegantly and individually decorated while retaining that original last century style.
Ensuites have been carefully crafted to mix modern conveniences with that same attention to detail and dedication to comfort. Where possible they feature the original deep claw foot baths for that extra bit of luxury.
The suite, with its own private lounge and veranda access, is a haven for luxurious relaxation, and has that special romantic ambience for couples to enjoy.
Central heating ensures a warm and cosy ambience while the working fireplaces in the lounge and dining room add that special character on those colder nights.
Internet facilities are provided free with a highly rated broadband WiFi system operating.
European styled continental breakfast is included in room rate.
There is a licensed cafe open Wednesdays through to Sunday, serving fresh food, GF, DF, Vegan options. Utilising local products and beverages, a taste of Central Otago.
Dunstan House was built in 1898 in a grand statement of opulence as the very first two storied building in Central Otago. Located on the main street of historic Clyde it was, and remains, an iconic local building, instantly recognisable and rich in history.
From the original weary travellers stepping off the Cobb & Co stage coach; to more recent visitors and Rail Trail explorers, Dunstan House is the place to relax and unwind surrounded by history, but with modern convenience.
Whether exploring the regions historic goldfields; or discovering its renown fine wines, guests find Dunstan House a friendly warm "home away from home".
Offering boutique accommodation, this historic heritage hotel features an elegant entrance featuring a beautiful kauri handcrafted wooden staircase. A large colonial verandah overlooks the main street of Clyde offering a unique and sunny spot for guests to soak in the atmosphere looking out over the surrounding schist covered hills.Enquire Now
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