41 Towey Street , Oamaru NZ 9401
Award winning Pen-y-bryn Lodge, combines luxury accommodation, epicurean fare and NZ wines for just 10 fortunate guests, within an environment of exceptional hospitality on a personal level. Antique furnishings combined with the amenities today's discerning travellers demand, contribute to the unique graciousness and relaxed ambience of the Lodge.
Nestled in 1 Â½ acres of manicured gardens, award winning Pen-y-bryn Lodge (1889) is appointed with superb antique furnishings, coupled with the amenities and comforts expected by today's discerning traveller. Pen-y-bryn is the largest single storied timber dwelling in the South Island and boasts handcrafted floor to ceiling fireplaces, richly carved bookcases, unique ornate leaded glass doors and windows.
Guests gather in the evenings, warmed by blazing log fires to experience first class table d'hÃ´te cuisine using only the freshest, predominantly organic, local produce. Together with a cellar of fine NZ wines, you are assured of an exquisite Dining experience to remember.
3hrs from both Queenstown and Christchurch, 2hrs from Mt Cook.
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In-house, reservations for dinner essential.
Credit Cards Accepted:
All major credit cards.
Note that a credit card may be requested upon check-in as a form of security deposit.
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We have a gym for guest use, and spa treatments are available
We are accessible to wheelchairs, and one of our rooms is fully accesible.
Driving instructions to reach Pen-y-bryn Lodge:
Travelling from north (Christchurch or Mt Cook area)
Drive through Oamaru towards Dunedin, over railway line, turn left at the top of the hill at the Kakanui exit, It is then a quick dogleg left and then right into Towey Street. Pen-y-bryn Lodge is at the top of the hill on the left.
Travelling from South (Dunedin)
On southern entrance into Oamaru, take the Kakanui exit to the right. It is then a quick dogleg left and then immediate right into Towey Street. Pen-y-bryn Lodge is at the top of the hill on the left.