Invercargill is favourably placed on the Southern Scenic Route and is the gateway to other exciting destinations, like the Southland heartland, Stewart Island, Fiordland, Queenstown and the Catlins. Farming, particularly sheep and dairy, remains the key to the local economy. On the city's outer boundaries there are forests, the ocean, great trout fishing rivers and golf courses.
Fifteen Architecturally English Manor Design Units. Tastefully decorated inside and out. Excellent lighting. Centrally heated.
Oak furniture. Super King, Queen and Single beds. Fully equipped kitchens with microwaves. Iron, Ironing Board, Hairdryer, Electric Blankets. Sky TV. Extra TV in main bedroom.
Room service breakfast. Charge back arrangements with restaurants. Delivery service from restaurants.
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Non smoking units available.
Handy walking distance to city centre, restaurants, aquatic centre, parks & gardens. A few minutes drive to hospitals, airport, golf courses and trout fishing rivers.
Off street parking.
Situated on State Highway One. Which becomes Tay Street.
Travelling from Dunedin, we are at the city end. Travelling on the Southern Scenic Route, at the Tay Street Elles Road traffic lights, turn left onto Tay Street.
Travelling from Te Anau or Queenstown,turn left onto Tay Street at the Dee and Tay Street roundabout. Travelling from the airport, turn right onto Tay Street at the Clyde and Tay Street roundabout.