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Burn Cottage Retreat

Cromwell B&B, Hosted Self-catering
Prices from $230 to $265 per couple

3km from Cromwell and Lake Dunstan, 45 minutes from Queenstown and Wanaka

Contact Information:

Phone: 64 3 445 3050
Mobile (and SMS): 027 2088565
Address: 168 Burn Cottage Road, Cromwell

Hosts: Cecilia and Darryl Norman

Directions: From the "Big Fruit" Sculpture in Cromwell, go west on State Highway 8B. Turn right towards Wanaka at the "T" intersection. Go past Webbs and Jacksons orchards - take next road on the left. We are 1.7km up Burn Cottage Road on the right hand side.


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About Burn Cottage Retreat

Tucked away amidst a walnut grove and stunning hosta, tussock and woodland gardens, our boutique cottages offer true respite from a busy world. Your cares will melt away as soon as you drive in the gate.

Rascal, Moonlight and Celebration Cottages enjoy warm earthy tones and superior decor and fittings. King size beds, beautiful linen, en suite bathrooms with fantastic water pressure, fully equipped kitchens with microwave, cook top and fridge freezer; TV/DVD, DVD library, books, magazines and cosy gas fire. Each cottage has a deck with barbecue and carport and fabulous views.

All guests enjoy WiFi and free laundry facilities, free mountain bikes to explore the local area plus a complimentary bowl of walnuts from our walnut grove.

We are surrounded by wineries, stone fruit orchards, cycling trails, arts, crafts, lake activities, cafes.

Past guests recommend staying two or more nights to fully appreciate our hospitality, tranquil location and the tastes, sensations, activities and scenic beauty Central Otago and the Southern Lakes region


Burn Cottage Retreat


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