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Mt Rosa Lodge

Arrowtown
Prices from $645 to $695 per couple

30 mins from Queenstown and Cromwell. 15 mins from Arrowtown

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Contact Information:

Phone: 03 4411484
Mobile (and SMS): 027 427 3659
Address: 55E Mt Rosa Station ,Gibbston Back Rd, RD1 Queenstown

Contact Person: Ali Soper

Directions: From Queenstown Airport -Take SH6 north towards Cromwell, past the bungy bridge. Turn right into Gibbston Back Rd and go straight through the stone wall/gate at Mt Rosa Station. There is a map inside the gate. We are located at 55e

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About Mt Rosa Lodge

Mt Rosa Lodge is a Qualmark 5* Boutique Vineyard Lodge, producing their own wine in the Gibbston Valley on the outskirts of Queenstown.
2 luxuriously appointed suites which feature everything the discerning traveler expects.
The Mt Rosa Suite has a double spa bath with luxurious bath products and a gas fireplace for cooler nights.
All suites have ensuites with TV, tea and coffee making with a complimentary cheeseboard.
Wireless is available in all suites.
Guests dine in a dramatic dining room with expansive views over the vines.
The guest lounge has a large open fireplace to relax.
Mt Rosa Lodge is close to the wineries and their restaurants which make wonderful wedding venues. Gibbston Valley Wines and Cheese, Peregrine, Amisfield and Chard Farm are all minutes away.
Walking and cycling trails which connect to Arrowtown and Queenstown are all nearby.
4 ski mountains and golf courses are all accessible from a stay at Mt Rosa Lodge
Highlands Motorsport Park is 20 minutes away.
Grapepickers Platters are available for evening dining.

 

Mt Rosa Lodge

 

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