Murchison

Murchison Lodge

Contact Rosemary Louisson & Stephen McDonald

Ph (03) 523 9196

15 Grey Street
Murchison
7007

www.murchisonlodge.co.nz

$175 - $235
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Murchison

Murchison Lodge

Photos of Murchison Lodge

 

Property Description

 

B&B Details

Type: B&B & Farmstay
Email: Email this host
Phone: (03) 523 9196
Freephone: 0800 523 9196
Beds: 1 King/Twin
2 Queen
1 Single
1 Twin
Total 4 Bedrooms
Total capacity for 8 guests
Baths: 3 Ensuite
1 Private
Twin room has own private bathroom just outside bedroom door.
Tariff: Double: $175.00 - $235.00
Single: $150.00 - $210.00
Children: over 12 welcome
Dinner: By arrangement
Other: Free WI-FI; discounts for Natural Flames trips
Breakfast: Full (Continental + cooked)
Nearest Town: 0.1 km E of Murchison
Pets/Children: Not suitable for Children
Facilities: Internet Available
Smoking: No smoking on property
Payments: Visa/Mastercard
Associations: B&B Association New Zealand

 

Location

 

Location Information

NEW - 'The Natural Flames Experience'. A lovely guided bush walk to see something extraordinary - naturally occurring flames on the floor of a forest. Have pancakes and tea cooked over the flames. Also fly-fishing; white-water rafting; jet boat; gold panning.

 

Reviews: 8 reviews

"Staying at Murchison Lodge was magical. We were welcomed with tea by a roaring log fire, in a comfortable sitting room and had delicious canapes before the evening meal. Next morning, after visiting the cows and sheep with Merve, Shirley took us on a walk to see the virtually unique natural flames and we were amazed that they have been alight since the 1920s. It was a truly thrilling experience and we wished we could have stayed longer in such tranquil surroundings where we were treated royally."

Simon R Fraser, 11/11/2014

"Murchison Lodge is a lovely place in a wonderful setting. The home was warm and comfortable and the hospitality made you feel relaxed. We opted to have an evening meal which was good home cooked fare. We enjoyed taking the dog for a walk down to the river and looking at the stunning scenery. It really is in a beautiful setting. The local trading store had absolutely everything one needed. We were very appreciative of the free wifi and enjoyed our stay."

Lindy Sanderson, 05/12/2010

"Beautiful house, professional yet friendly."

John Kilmayer, 19/03/2008

"Murchison Lodge is a peaceful, relaxing place to stay with warm friendly hosts. Great atmosphere. Thanks heaps."

Brendan Wright, 18/03/2008

"WOW!! A wonderfully relaxing surprise in the middle of Kiwi-country paradise! Shirley and Merve have taken the B&B experience to a higher level. It could only have been better if Kali (their dog) could have brought me my drinks in the evenings. The lounge and bedrooms are all very well appointed and the utmost comfortable with modern appliances. So relaxing it was that twice I fell asleep in front of their fireplace... for hours. The landscaping, architecture, and interior decor are done with a keen eye for tranquility and balance with nature. All very pleasing and relaxing. Breakfast is sheer delight! Freshly made juices and homebaked breads to go with the already hearty spread .... Magnificent!! I especially enjoyed chatting over a glass or two of their own homemade spirits in the evening. Words don't begin to say enough about Shirley and Merve's gracious hospitality. The super-friendly personal attention and commitment to an overall experience is something that many B&Bs miss the mark on. Murchison Lodge B&B scores a perfect 10 in my book."

Glenn Barker, 10/11/2007

"A paradise! Gorgeous setting, fabulous people, lots to do. Sean's a marvelous cook and Andrew is a great trail guide. Most accommodating. Home is spacious, attractive and clean. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay!"

Dr & Mrs Bernard Grand, 15/04/2006

"Very welcoming host. They make the house feel as it is our own. House & garden are lovely. Best breakfast we have been served. A overall best B&B we have stayed in on our holiday."

Susan Robinson, 30/03/2005

"Wonderful cottage and very good breakfast!"

Marisa Trevisan, 27/01/2005