From Duntroon 33km
From Oamaru 16km
Burnside Homestead is an 1890s Category 1 registered historic home offering period accommodation and traditional fine dining. Architecturally distinctive with an octagonal great hall its antique guest suites incorporate contemporary facilities in the Victorian country lodge tradition.
Features include formal drawing room and dining rooms, billiard room/library, large conservatory, wrap-around verandas, self-contained servants quarters and a private upstairs apartment. The magnificent country kitchen has a separate scullery and butler's pantry. A separate recently restored two-bedroom cottage/lodge 'The Coach House' has its own special character. Main house ensuited queen rooms provide luxury respite, or the traditional coach house and servants quarters rooms a country simplicity. Rates match guest's requirements.
The property's extensive parkland features specimen trees and sheltered gardens. The original orchard and vegetable garden, the small sheep flock and poultry, all provide for guests sustenance.
A bed & breakfast business has successfully operated since 1995. Now sited on the Alps 2 Ocean Cycle Trail, it is an ideal last night B&B for celebratory dining before a final morning ride into Victorian Oamaru. Group tours by advance booking only.
Bookings and enquiries to Bruce and Alison Albiston.