We spent two nights at the Lodge. Our room had a balcony overlooking pastures (complete with sheep bleating in the distance) and coastlines. The included breakfast - buffet + cooked entree - was in the stable next door which was a fun spot. One night we sprung for the dinner in the castle which was intimate and great fun with other friendly guests. We enjoyed our stay very much!
Traveller from CT, USA
Situated in a rural location, this luxury lodge is 0.6 mi (1 km) from Larnach Castle and 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from The Fletcher …More
The room was comfortable, clean and tidy. We paid a little extra to have our car parked by the valet, otherwise we would have had to park on the street. Everytime we wanted the car, we just had to phone the front desk and the car was delivered quickly. The Hotel was within walking distance of a few good restaurants and also Cadbury World. Overall we were only disappointed with the wifi that was intermittent from our corner room.
Traveller from Perth, Western Australia
Located in Dunedin City Centre, this luxury hotel is steps from Dunedin Casino, Speight's Brewery, and First Church of Otago …More
We enjoyed our stay at this hotel and found it very convenient to the central city. The staff were always ready to assist. The room was very clean and well stocked with all bathroom products.
However, I have two comments to make, the first being in relation to the need for the outer (original) windows to be cleaned.
The second comment is in relation to the highly polished tiles in the shower. These are highly dangerous and, together with the incorrect placement and installation of the shower door and the potential for water to leak out, are reflective of poor design and workmanship.
Traveller from New Zealand
Located in Dunedin City Centre, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Dunedin Casino, Speight's Brewery, and Toitu …More
The breathtakingly beautiful Otago Peninsula is home to large colonies of Yellow-eyed Penguins, Little Blue Penguins, Royal Albatross, fur seals and sea lions. The dramatic cliffs and headlands that line this stretch of coast attracted homesick Scottish settlers and their mark can be seen in the local place names and architecture, such as Larnach Castle with its stunning views across the bay.