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Upper South Island and the West Coast Hotels

Lake Brunner Lodge

Pros

  • Great for fishing or kayaking
  • Very relaxing ambience

Cons

  • The road to the lodge is narrow, winding, and gravel for the last few kilometers
  • Two-night minimum stay over Christmas–New Year's week

Updated 02/18/2014

Fodor's Review

On the southern shore of Lake Brunner, a 40-minute drive southeast of Greymouth, this vintage bed-and-breakfast lodge is an enticing retreat at a price that is not as high as most of New Zealand's elite lodges. Rooms are large and well equipped, with the emphasis on comfort rather than opulence. The lodge is owned by a New Zealand bedding company, so you know you'll be sleeping in supreme comfort. The best rooms are at the front of the villa, overlooking the lake. Fly-fishing

is the main sport (lots of brown trout 'round here), but good spin fishing is also available at certain times of the year. You can also go walking or kayaking, or you can enjoy just relaxing in the lodge, by the fire in the lounge, or in the library. The lodge is surrounded by native forest. Because of its remote location, the lodge generates power with a hydro plant running off a spectacular waterfall behind the main building.

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Hotel Information

Address:

Mitchells, via Kumara or Jacksons, Greymouth, 7875, New Zealand

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Phone:

03-738–0163

Hotel Details:

  • Credit cards accepted
  • 11 rooms
  • Breakfast

Updated 02/18/2014

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