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High Leys Lodge

Address:

34 Kiwi Burn Place

Patience Bay
Te Anau
Southland, NEW ZEALAND

Phone/Fax number:

+64 27 222 6634

Email address:

info@highleyslodge.co.nz

Website address:

www.highleyslodge.co.nz

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High Leys Lodge

High Leys Lodge is located 4 kilometres out of Te Anau along the Milford Road in Patience Bay. Set in 4 acres of established garden with panoramic views of Lake Te Anau and the Fiordland National Park, this boutique lodge offers an adult only, private, peaceful and luxurious escape.  There are 3 double rooms, all with en-suites; the two King rooms have stunning lake views, and the Queen room has a garden view.

 

A gourmet breakfast is provided each morning, and a complimentary glass of NZ wine and home-made canapés are served in the evening.

 

Guests have access to a large guest lounge to relax and enjoy the ever changing view.  All day tea and coffee making facilities are available complimented with delicious home baking.  The terrace and outside courtyard areas also offer a tranquil place to relax and enjoy the scenery.

 

Tour bookings can be also be arranged for a wide range of activities and adventures; simply ask on arrival.

 

Directions…
Enter into the outskirts of Te Anau on State Highway 94 from Mossburn. Turn right into Sandy Brown Road and then right onto the Te Anau Milford Highway. Cross the Upukerora River and head up the hill for approximately 1km. Turn left into Patience Bay drive, right into Murchison Drive and right again into Kiwi Burn Place. At the end of the cul-de-sac keep going up the private driveway. High Leys is at number 34 on the right hand side.

Nearby Activities…
Explore Te Anau with its bird park, easy short walks, local cafes and boutique cinema showcasing Ata Whenua – a stunning movie of the Fiordland region.  From there take a trip on the lake – whether it be jet boat, sail boat or cruise to the glow worm caves they are all equally enjoyable.  Te Anau is also the gateway for both Milford and Doubtfuls Sounds.  Pick your mode of transport – coach, helicopter or self drive.

Nearby popular destinations…
Lake Te Anau, Lake Manapouri, Milford Sound, Doubtful Sound, Fiordland National Part,
Many of New Zealand’s great walks can be accessed from Te Anau including the Milford Track, the Routeburn Track and the Kepler Track.

National Park.

Tariff…
From $275 to $395 per room per night.

High Leys LodgeThe Luxmore King Room is the largest of the rooms offering a king bed with stunning views towards the north end of Lake Te Anau, across to Mount Luxmore and over the garden.  There is an en-suite bathroom with salon grade eco.logic guest amenities which cleanse both the body and soul. They contain certified Fairtrade ingredients and are packaged in recycled plastic bottles.

The room also has a flat screen TV and complimentary wifi.

In addition to their bedroom, all guests have access to the large guest living and dining room where they can sit back and enjoy the every changing view.   A large gas fire offers additional ambiance and warmth on a cold day.

On warmer days a large terrace to the front of the house accesses the garden and a courtyard to the rear offers an alternative sheltered space to sit and relax.

High Leys LodgeThe South Arm room is our second king room.  It has stunning lake views over the garden and across to the South Arm of Lake Te Anau where you can watch the boats cruising up and down the lake. The South Arm room has a flat screen TV, walk in wardrobe area and en-suite bathroom with walk in shower.  Salon grade eco.logic guest amenities cleanse both the body and soul. They contain certified Fairtrade ingredients and are packaged in recycled plastic bottles.

In addition to their bedroom, all guests have access to complimentary wifi,and large guest living and dining room where they can sit back and enjoy the view.  A large gas fire offers additional ambiance and warmth on a cold day.

There is a large terrace to the front of the house which accesses the garden, and a courtyard to the rear which offers an alternative sheltered space to sit and relax.

Complimentary tea, coffee and home baking are available throughout the day.

High Leys LodgeThe Takatimu Room is named for the range of mountains passed on the way to Te Anau, and has a queen bed, flat screen TV, complimentary wifi and a beautiful view over the garden. It has an en-suite bathroom with salon grade Eco.Logic guest amenities to cleanse both the body and soul. These contain certified Fairtrade ingredients and are packaged in recycled plastic bottles.

As with all rooms, guests have access to the large guest living and dining room where they can sit back and enjoy the view.  A large gas fire offers additional ambiance and warmth on a cold day.

There is a large terrace to the front of the house which accesses the garden and a courtyard to the rear which offers an alternative sheltered space to sit and relax.

Complimentary tea, coffee and home baking are available throughout the day.

High LeysHosts Sarah and John Greaney have had varied careers across a range of industries and workplaces. John has been the owner/shareholder a number of retail operations across his career, is a strong strategic thinker and entrepreneur.  Sarah has a banking, HR and facilitation background and has worked with a wide range of corporates throughout the country.

 

Both John and Sarah have strong connections to the Te Anau community. Sarah is deputy chair of the Te Anau Community Board and a trustee of the Fiordland Retirement Housing Trust, whilst John is a trustee of the Fiordland Trails Trust and is an advisory member of Ride Southland.

 

Sarah is originally from the UK; together John and Sarah have travelled extensively and so look forward to hosting guests from around the world.

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