From luxury lodges to more budget-friendly accommodation, it's all here on the Rail Trail.
Lake Resort Cromwell offers guests elegant villa accommodation set on the shores of Lake Dunstan, Central Otago. The boatshed-themed accommodation has one and three-bedroom villas with decks and access to the waterway. Just seven minutes north of Cromwell, Lake Resort has its own waterway access to Lake Dunstan and areas to moor your boat next to your accommodation.
Located in the historic heart of Clyde, Central Otago, The Lord Clyde offers sophisticated, luxury accommodation and fascinating history within its 120-year-old stone walls.
With panoramic views of the Kakanui Mountains, Kokonga Lodge provides luxury bed and breakfast accommodation on the Otago Central Rail Trail. Kokonga Lodge offers flavoursome New Zealand cuisine, a nutritious breakfast and a delicious evening meal. All produce is locally sourced and grown.
The historic 'Olivers' complex was originally built in 1869 as The Victoria Store to service the early gold prospectors. Today, its rooms superbly blend the old with the new, creating a contemporary ambience integrally linked with bygone days.
Opened in 1900, Dunstan House is an iconic historic building in the heritage Precinct on the main street of Clyde. Offering boutique accommodation, this heritage hotel features the original elegant kauri wooden staircase which links the living areas and accommodation. A large colonial veranda overlooks the main street of Clyde offering an elevated sunny spot for guests to soak in the atmosphere.
Your all-seasons holiday stay. Antique Lodge Motel offers affordable and comfortable accommodation in the centre of Clyde. You're just a short stroll from cafes and shops in the historic precinct.
Experience genuine southern hospitality at the Historic Chatto Creek Tavern Est. 1886. The 18" thick Schist stone allows it to be cool in summer and warm in the winter. Chatto Creek Tavern is an ideal lunch stop on the Rail Trail; lie in the hammocks, talk to the donkeys and refuel before taking on Tiger Hill.
Built 1883 as a General Store for John Pitches in Ophir, the schist stone building has been carefully restored to create the unique ambience that is Pitches Store. Take time off from the Rail Trail for refreshments, home baking or a hearty meal from a seasonal, regionally-inspired menu. Pitches Store Cafe and Restaurant promises a truly memorable architectural and culinary experience.
The Station offers a great location right beside the trail in Omakau; just get off your bike and walk right in. This B&B accommodation has large, comfortable rooms with ensuite and a well laid out dining and living area.
Nicky's Place, a family business, provides the ideal place to stay when exploring the Central Otago region. Originally a drapery store, it's now been converted into five modern, stylish studio ensuite units.
Located at the halfway point along the Otago Central Rail Trail, Inverlair Lodge is the perfect stop to enjoy the stunning scenery. It's also conveniently close to the historic Golden Progress Mine, Gilchrist's Store and Hayes Engineering.
The Old Doctor’s Residence is a 5-Star Qualmark Bronze-rated B&B in the delightful village of Naseby, Central Otago. Steeped in history, this sensitively-restored, beautiful, historic home is ideal for couples, friends and family, romantic weekends or anyone wanting to explore this stunning region.
This tastefully-refurbished historic hotel features country bar, bistro & formal dining room, outside fireplace, huge sundeck, and private guest lounge. Great for groups and families - king, queen and twin rooms.
This former School House and B&B is situated 200m from the Otago Central Rail Trail. Stay in one of five ensuite bedrooms on the upper field of this historic site in a peaceful country setting.