Fletcher Lodge offers
- Main Attractions / Activities
- The Cargill
- The Craigard
- The Edinburgh Suite
- The Rozecki Suite
- The Wickliffe
- Your Hosts
- Just minutes walk from Dunedin city centre and yet set in secluded gardens, this luxury accommodation in a historic New Zealand mansion combines elegance with the finest of modern facilities.
- Detailed stained glass windows and richly ornate plaster ceilings abound throughout the property an echo of more refined times Fletcher Lodge is a worthy registered Historic Places Trust building
- You are welcomed into our guest rooms which are richly furnished with antique French and period furniture and all feature superbly appointed tiled ensuite bathrooms all with underfloor heating.
- Some of our Guest Facilities: ~ Luxurious spa ~ Broadband connection ~ WiFi or dedicated workstation ~ Plasma TV screens – SKY and Local channels ~ Laundry service and many more!
- All rooms with ensuites
Galleries, Heritage Attractions, Museums, Casino, Gardens, Sports, Cycling/Mountain Biking, Golf, Saltwater Canoeing & Kayaking, Bird Watching, Penguins, Seals
Nearby popular destinations…
Christchurch/Akaroa, Queenstown, Fiordland/Milford Sound, The Catlins, Invercargill, Stewart Island
From $335 to $650 per room per night.
Spacious room with garden and city views, ornate ceiling it is richly furnished with a flame mahogany chest, and a fine carved victorian dresser complementing the hand carved bed heads.
Direct dial telephone and Sky to be watched on a 40″ widescreen LCD TV. Wonderfully appointed ensuite bathroom with maroon and cream tiles with underfloor heating -bath with shower mixer, built-in hairdryer and complimentary toiletries.
Super King or Twin Single Bed configurations
This opulent room is situated on the ground floor to the rear of the property having views of the new terrace and garden.
Incorporating a splendid curved bay window, bathing the room in sunlight throughout the day, a peaceful and luxurious stay awaits every visitor. A pair of French doors connects to the terrace outside.
The Craigard Room is lavishly furnished with hand carved Mahogany Furniture imported from Indonesia by the owners specifically for this room. This includes a Super King Four Poster bed, matching armoire and bedside cabinets. Direct dial telephone, Sky TV to be watched on our 42″ Widescreen LCD Television, writing bureau and ornate mahogany arm chairs complete this ensemble.
The exquisite ensuite bathroom is serviced by a bath with shower mixer, and double sink vanity unit commissioned by the owners from local craftsman. Hairdryer and tiled under floor heating are standard with associated complimentary toiletries.
This commodious suite entails an entrance vestibule from the main hallway opening into the spacious bedroom. From where you are led out onto the sun drenched private deck. With its enchanting views of the peninsula, town, garden and valley – a sunny stay is assured.
In the main bedroom, original steel windows give handsome views of the sculpted garden and patio area.
The palatial bathroom is accessed via the vestibule and features both a solid cast iron claw foot bath and full size shower unit. Exquisitely and fully tiled with underfloor heating, complimentary toiletries are a standard feature.
The bedroom is furnished with Antique Scandinavian Pine imported specially from Europe. Relax in our waffle cotton robes on the King Size Bed with matching full height four door wardrobe, bedside cabinets and chest of drawers.. Writing Bureau and armchair complete this room superbly. As with all bedrooms, there is direct dial telephone and Sky Television, not to be missed on our 42″ Widescreen Plasma TV.
Our premier self contained suite is set apart from the main house,in one of the 3 buildings which comprise the Lodge the apartment consists of 2 double bedrooms with sumptuous King beds, fine linens and feather pillows ensure a restful, dreamy night.
Teas and Coffee along with Mineral Water, and complimentary whisky. Sattelite HD TV, DVD player and large Movie collection in the Lodge, air conditioning. Spacious bathroom, with walk in shower and bath, fluffy towels and bathrobes, heated towel rail.
Featuring a magnificent French carved oak antique Armoir and matching Super King size bed “yes its antique and its Super King size!” The richly upholstered grandfather chairs and 32 inch LCD Television compliment the relaxing atmosphere of this room.
The rooms decor in lavish blue and sea green with sail coloured drapes are intended to reflect a close connection with the sea voyages of the early New Zealand settlers made in the John Wickliffe sailing ship and after wich the room is named.
A direct Dial Telephone, a selection of Sky channels and a sumptiously appointed tiled ensuite bathroom with Italian fittings, under-floor heating, bath with shower mixer and built in hairdryer complete this room.
A firm favourite with Honeymooners and the Romantic traveller
FROM DUNEDIN AIRPORT
Leaving Dunedin airport you will be on a rural 2 way road. please proceed straight ahead: For those driving on the “WRONG” side of the road for the first time please remember keep to the “LEFT”: After a couple of miles you will come to a major T juction with the main arterial route Nr 1 please turn left and proceed straight ahead. You will pass a town called Mosgiel and at the same time come onto the motorway ( 2 lanes in both directions ) to Dunedin after several miles and as you approach the outer city of Dunedin you will pass Carisbrook Rugby stadium on your right and shortly afterwards come to a large intersection controlled by traffic lights. Please keep to the left at this junction and prepare to turn left, keeping hard to the left, you will be in a short part of the one way system. You will be in “Andersons Bay Road” and heading towards “Princes Street” running alongside The Oval, a large open green area.At the next ‘T’ junction please turn right into Princes Street, proceed for about 400 metres to the next set of traffic lights. Do not turn immediately left but keep to the left turning slightly into Manse street “DO NOT GO STRAIGHT AHEAD ON PRINCES STREET” At the very next lights keep left and turn left into High St. This is a steep hill Fletcher Lodge is about 300 metres up the Hill on the right hand side just past “Hope St” on your left. It is clearly signed.
Both share a passion for helping their guests to come closer to the wonders of their adopted homeland. Ewa’s personal hobbies include music, reading and travel.
Keith has rediscovered his youth and takes part in all Masters athletics events, his forte being 100 and 200 metres.