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Longbourne Lodge Motel

Address:
100 School Rd South, Mosgiel, New Zealand, 9092 - View the map

Hidden down a private, tree llined driveway, Longbourne Lodge is set on five acres of park-like gardens It's just a little different...

Set on the Taieri Plains in Mosgiel, Longbourne Lodge has been designed to offer you the best of accommodation experiences. The sunny, spacious, warm cottages and garden studios nestle on five peaceful acres amongst trees and newly landscaped gardens.

You can enjoy the picturesque rural scenes from your covered deck, and enjoy a "country quiet" night's sleep in our comfortable beds. Being only 4km from the restaurants, cafes and shops, you could dine out in a different place every night. Alternatively you could create your own favourites in your cottage or studio, or use one of our complimentary gas barbecues and dine on the deck enjoying a fine Otago wine as you watch the sun slip slowly behind the hills.

Barbecues and picnics are always a family favourite at Longbourne, along with outdoor chess, chequers, petanque and volleyball.

Options include family cottages or cosy cottages, private garden studios or a family studio with two bathrooms. Undercover parking is available with the cottages, and off-street parking for the studios and any visitors you receive.

Free wifi (60 mins) is available. Evening meals and packed lunches can be supplied by prior arrangement.

So why not spoil yourself and experience genuine rural NZ hospitality and a genuinely affordable Kiwi price? We'd love to meet you.

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+64 3 489 5701

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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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