Te Anau Lodge | New Zealand | If Only
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Open Today: 09:00 - 17:30

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Overview

This beautifully maintained ex-convent was actually relocated to its current secluded and incredibly scenic site. The feeling of space and breathtaking lake and mountain views are defining features, while charming touches like converting the chapel to an atmospheric breakfast room provide guests with a unique lodge experience. Take in the views from the courtyard before retreating to the cosy library. 

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0141 955 4000

At a glance

  • Lodge
  • 4 Star
  • 9 Rooms

Experiences

Dream

Each room is different and the flexible accommodation has single, double and triple options. The en-suite bathrooms all feature under-floor heating and there’s a range of toiletries for guests’ use. The polished wood floors, fabulously comfortable beds and sumptuous pillows add a touch of luxury to any stay here.

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Eat

They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. If that’s true guests will never be disappointed at Te Anau Lodge - it's served in the chapel with its feature stained glass windows. Fresh fruit, cereals, yogurts and home-made muffins are complemented by a cooked menu including fine local produce.

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Visits to Te Anau are all about getting out into nature and discovering the incredible beauty and diversity of Fiordland. Take a cruise on Lake Te Anau to see the fascinating Glowworm Caves or go further afield and cruise Milford Sound – surely one of the natural wonders of the world. There are great walking and hiking opportunities right from the front door or in Fiordland National Park – home to the Milford, Kepler and Routeburn Tracks. 

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Unwind

After a busy day exploring, take a stroll around the gardens and marvel at the views over the lake or sink into a sofa in the lodge lounge/library.

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Getting There

Arrival Airport

Christchurch International Airport

Transfers

Approximately 2 hours from Queenstown Airport

Climate

There isn't a bad time to visit the South Island. The summer months (December to February) boast the best weather, while the cooler spring (September to November) and autumn (March to May) seasons are the ideal time to enjoy lots of the activities on offer. In the winter (June to August) head south to Queenstown hills for skiing and snowboarding.

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Te Anau