St Ita's Guesthouse

Contact Sue Rowland

Ph (03) 302 7546

11 Rakaia-Barrhill-Methven Road
Rakaia Township
Mid Canterbury




St Ita's Guesthouse

Photos of St Ita's Guesthouse


Property Description

We are currently closed for for external renovations, our booking calendar will show availability when we reopen. Thank you for your understanding.
Relax in our elegant and comfortable historic former convent, 600 metres from SH1 in small town New Zealand. Excellent base for exploring Mid Canterbury. Excellent first and last stop from Christchurch International Airport. Three bedrooms have ensuites and garden views. The fourth the Chapel has a private bathroom. Walking distance to local shops, great cafes, crafts and River Terrace Walkway. Close to golf and salmon fishing, 30 minutes to skiing, jet boating. wireless available with free Wi-Fi. Full breakfasts.


B&B Details

Type: B&B & Guest House
Email: Email this host
Phone: (03) 302 7546
Fax: (03) 302 7564
Beds: 1 Double
2 King/Twin
2 Queen
1 Single
Total 4 Bedrooms
(Large, warm rooms with garden views)
Total capacity for 8 guests
Baths: 3 Ensuite
1 Private
3 ensuites, 1 private with bath
Tariff: Double: $145.00
Single: $90.00
Children: $40
Breakfast: Full (Continental + cooked)
Nearest Town: .5 km W of Rakaia
Pets/Children: Children welcome, Pets welcome by arrangement
Facilities: Internet Available
Payments: Visa/Mastercard, Eftpos




Reviews: 7 reviews

"We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at St Ita's. The house is lovely, our room, the Rose Room was pretty and comfortable and had an en-suite. The guest lounge was very pleasant. We loved the garden especially the beautiful roses, enjoyed the affectionate black Labrador, Gypsy, and found the hosts to be friendly and informative. Breakfast was good as was the coffee. Happily recommended."

Kay and Geoff Clarke, 03/03/2015

"Best Place to stay in NZ!!"

javier, 29/12/2010

"Stayed at St Ita's Guesthouse in Feb 2008 and were most impressed. Room was lovely and comfy, rose garden - picturesque, hosts - most hospitable. The historical aspect was very interesting. Would recommend it highly."

Geraldine & Gary Waters, 24/08/2009

"Bassil and myself, Yvonne have stayed at st. Itas many times, taking with us fishermen from England. The setting is unique and tranquil, the furbishings so beautiful, the aura is peaceful, and the host and hostess are absolutely fantastic. I can't praise them high enough in my estimation. Every person we have ever taken to St. Itas have mirrored my words."

yvonne chapman, 10/01/2007

"Lovely house run by lovely people who make it with passion and high sence of welcoming guests."

Barre Guy, 03/05/2005

"Always a relaxing & welcoming place to stay."

Sharon & Laurie McNeill, 18/03/2005

"Great, Thank you."

Bellamy, 10/02/2005