Glenroy Park Homestay

Contact Margaret & Alan Thomson

Ph (03) 215 8464

23 Glenroy Park Drive

$120 - $130


Glenroy Park Homestay

Photos of Glenroy Park Homestay


Property Description

Exclusively yours, in a quiet retreat near restaurants and parks. Be our special guests and share an evening of relaxation and friendship. Our interests are golfing, meeting people, travel and cooking. We look forward to your visit. Invercargill is the gateway to Queenstown, Fiordland, Catlins and Stewart Island. Directions: from Queenstown turn left at second lights (Bainfield Road), take first left, third house on left. From Dunedin turn right at second set of lights (Queens Drive), travel to end, turn left, first street right, third house left.


B&B Details

Type: B&B & Homestay
Email: Email this host
Phone: (03) 215 8464
Fax: (03) 215 8464
Beds: 1 Queen
1 Single
1 Twin
Total 3 Bedrooms
Total capacity for 5 guests
Baths: 1 Guest Share
1 Private
Heated tile floors
Tariff: Double: $120.00 - $130.00
Single: $90.00 - $100.00
Children: $12, up to 12 years
Dinner: $35 ,3 course
Breakfast: Full (Continental + cooked)
Nearest Town: 5 km N of Invercargill city
Pets/Children: Children welcome




Reviews: 6 reviews

"Our second visit, beautiful home and gardens. Margaret and Allen are excellent hosts, a great place to stay. Excellent food!"

Bob & Ann Graves, 16/04/2009

"Very friendly and helpful hosts. Comfortable accommodation. Beautiful garden (very tasty tomatoes too!) Hopefully see you next time we are in Invercargill."

Jeremy Stone, 17/03/2007

"A most welcoming overnight. Our hosts were excellent company & the quality of the facilities was first class."

June Hunter, 09/02/2007

"Everything as good as could be A pity that the city was out of walkingdistance and that the restaurnts were too fat away. Outsde the house there was no interisting place or park to walk or to be. Home, hosts and breakfast were eccelent."

Henk Rijneveld, 01/03/2006

"Truely faultless. I loved my six days here."

J Prescott Day, 22/02/2005

"Excellent hospitality. Margaret and Alan went out of their way to make us welcome and nothing was too much trouble."

A.D. & M Turner, 26/01/2005