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Peter's Farm Lodge

Accommodation Type

Bed & Breakfast, Historic, Farmstay


$85 per adult, $60 per child under 12 years, single room $105 per person

All guests get a free continental breakfast each morning.


The Homestead

2 x Queen rooms

2 x Twin rooms

Cabins x 4

Cabin A & B ( 2- 5 people ) 1 x queen bed, 3 x single bed (Private toilet & shower unit very close to the cabins )

Cabin C & D ( 2- 4 people )1 x queen bed, 2 x single bed (Private toilet & shower unit very close to the cabins )

  • Comfortable sleepy head beds, quality bedding, electric blankets and a good heater are provided in each bed room
  • Laundry - washing machine, dryer and outside clothes line
  • Full kitchen facilities available for guest use plus 2 lounges
  • Free kayaks, gold pans and fishing rods are available for our guests who want to explore the Taieri River (which runs through the farm)
  • Free pick up and drop off from Waipiata for guests and bikes
  • Closely tied with Tregonning Cottage, which is just 500 meters away and is also run by Peter.


Warm comfortable heritage accommodation at affordable prices.

Enjoy the ambience of a historical homestead with spectacular views over the Maniototo plain & surrounding mountain ranges. Peter's Farm Lodge was built in 1882 of mud brick and volcanic rock. It is situated above Waipiata town ship and the Taieri River.This heritage building has been restored to the glory days of the early pioneering farmers. Soak up the historic atmosphere with many of the Lodge's original features, like the warm glow of the H.E SHACKLOCK ORION coal range in the living room. All the fire places still remain in the 4 bedrooms and the formal lounge which also has original wall paper. The six inch native flooring timber throughout the lodge is also a featurea and let's not forget the original meat safe in the kitchen.

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Peter & Keiko


113 Tregonning Road, Wapiata, 9397

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