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Beach Lodge Motel

Address:
38 Victoria Rd, St Kilda, Dunedin, New Zealand, 9012 - View the map

Choice of spacious units at very reasonable prices, in a quiet location close to St Kilda and St Clair beaches. Plenty of off-street parking. Wireless internet available in units.

18 ground-floor units serviced daily, includes 5 x large studio units, 7 single bedroom units, 5 x 2-bedroom units 1 x 3-bedroom unit. Can have sleeping arrangements from 1 to 11 depending on which unit. Fully equipped kitchen in each unit, bath, shower, electric blankets, phone, Sky TV, heating, cot and highchair, continental breakfast, off-road parking, children's swings, guest laundry, library and fitness studio, queen-size beds available.

Pets by arrangement. Group tours can be made by arrangement. Close to beach, quiet location. Close to golf course, Ice Stadium and Edgar Centre. At entrance to Otago Peninsula and its wildlife including albatross, yellow-eyed penguin and seal colonies. Hosts: Dave and Maree Smyth. Member Otago Motel Association.

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Phone:
+64 3 455 5043

Free phone:
0800 104 481

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Barbecue
Breakfast Available
Cooking Facilities
Free WiFi
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
Parking
Pets by Arrangement
Playground
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