Lake Tekapo's newest luxury accommodation. Lakeview Tekapo has been designed and purpose-built in 2010 with our guests' comfort in mind. We are situated just a short walk from the lakefront, Lake Tekapo Regional Park and Lake Tekapo's famous Church of the Good Shepherd.
Each suite has a Super-king bed with sky window for stargazing from your bed, ensuite bathroom including shower, heater, underfloor heating (in winter), toiletries and hair dryer. Each suite also includes a lounge with quality furnishings, 2 x LCD TVs, SkyDigital, FREE wireless broadband internet, air conditioning, iPod dock / music station, dining table & chairs, well-equipped kitchen facilities and complimentary off-street car parking.
Please be aware of the following:
~ There is no Reception/office at Lakeview Tekapo and all check-in administration will be completed via email correspondence.
~ You will be required to acknowledge a final booking confirmation email, complete with your room allocation and customised check-in information, 7 days prior to your arrival.
~ Due to the design and configuration of our suites, we do not cater for children.
~ There is no laundry facilities available at Lakeview Tekapo.
Should the multi-night room option you are requiring not be available, please contact us to see how we may be able to help you with your requirements thanks.
Your hosts are Kay and Craig Stinson.
Proudly Kiwi owned and operated.
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Check out these Must-do's nearby
Visit this iconic church set above the shoreline and stunning views of Lake Tekapo, built in 1935 from local, unchipped rocks found in the area, as a memorial to the pioneers and hardy souls of the Aoraki Mount Cook Mackenzie region. Read the story . . .
See the rare but spectacular Aurora Australis from the only dark sky reserve in the southern hemisphere, the 4300-square kilometre UNESCO Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve, which includes Aoraki Mount Cook National Park and the villages of Lake Tekapo, Twizel and Mount Cook. Read the story . . .