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Some say that Dunedin is more Scottish than Scotland! Watch the “scarfies” as they scurry around the vibrant university campus and browse the bookshops in the central city Octagon.
Out on the Peninsular you will be captivated by the Royal Albatross colony. There are marvellous penguin watching opportunities too.
Inland, you could try cycling the Central Otago Rail Trail or take the stunning backcountry trip via Dansey’s Pass and Naseby. This is rugged pioneer gold mining country steeped in history with spectacular scenery to entrance you.
The elegant town of Oamaru features some of New Zealand’s best examples of 19th centurary architecture. Oamaru is also renowned for its penguin colonies and was the town in which the author Jant Frame grew up. Oamaru is almost certainly the town of "Waimaru" in her writings.
See the Moeraki Boulders and follow the Vanished World Fossil Trail.
Prices from $125 to $165 per couple
4 minutes from the Octogen, city centre
Hazel House is a villa full of character, presented for you with warmth and charm. Enjoy the history and special wildlife of Dunedin returning to the joys of this gracious villa. Enjoy the comfort of the stunning lounge, relax in the spa or with glass of wine or ale, pot of tea or coffee.
Prices from $165 to $210 per couple
Between Dunedin City and Dunedin Airport on State Highway 1
Quality farm stay accommodation within 10 minutes for Dunedin International airport and 15 minutes to Dunedin City. Enjoy the peace and quiet relaxing on the veranda with outstanding views. Also a large garden and pond area to enjoy along with a variety of farm animals and farm activities.
Prices from $400 to $450 per couple
15 Km from Dunedin Airport and 15 km from Dunedin CBD
Just 15 minutes from Dunedin’s Airport and Central Business District is ‘The Birches’, a 5 Star luxury bed and breakfast in a private location with extensive parking. The property has an attractive mature garden with delightful rural views.
Prices from $195 to $275 per couple
23 Pyke St, Clyde, Central Otago. New Zealand
A few minutes stroll from the historic gold mining township of Clyde in Central Otago and the Otago Central Rail Trail sits a grand 1900s mud brick homestead surrounded by sweeping lawns and mature fruit trees.
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