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The Summit Lodge

Wairarapa Rural luxury accommodation
Prices from $280 to $320 per couple

15 mins Carterton, 20 mins Masterton, 90 mins Wellington

Contact Information:

Phone: 06 372 7757
Mobile (and SMS): 021 169 8080
Address: 4 Admiral Road, Gladstone, Masterton

Contact Person: Tracey O'Callaghan

Directions: From Carterton take Park Rd and drive 4km, at the T junction turn left - Carters Line, drive 3km then right into Gladstone Road, drive 8km. Left into Martinborough-Masterton Rd & immed right into Admiral Rd - 1st house.


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About The Summit Lodge

Relax and unwind at the Summit Lodge. Warm and inviting with the benefits of an exclusive, boutique hotel combined with the hospitality of a farmestay. Peaceful, quiet and inviting – much more than just a bed for the night, luxury accommodation in Gladstone, the heart of rural Wairarapa.

Surrounded by farmland and rolling hills yet only a short drive to wineries, Greytown, Carterton and Masterton towns; the Summit Lodge is perfect for a city-escape and a great base to explore the Wairarapa – the towns, the coast, the bush, wineries and attractions.

Praised for service, hospitality and seasonal food, the Summit Lodge provides boutique accommodation, hearty country breakfasts, home baking and the opportunity to enjoy slow-cooked seasonal food during dinner shared with your hosts and other guests – always sociable, convivial occasions!

Meet the on-site, friendly alpacas, the Birman and Burmese cats as well as Dexter the Chocolate Labrador. Relax in the extensive gardens which features many native plants which attract a variety of birdlife and check out the amazing night skies and often beautiful sunsets.


The Summit Lodge


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