ago, Naseby’s 4000-strong population supported 14 hotels. These days, only
two survive: The Ancient Briton and
The Royal Hotel, affectionately known by
the locals as “the Top Pub” and “the Bottom Pub” respectively.
In addition to “the pubs”,
which both include accommodation wings, there is a wide range of
accommodation to choose from in the village.
You will find many homes
to rent on the popular holiday house
rental websites, bookabach and
Ancient Briton Hotel
Situated in the middle of
town, the “Top Pub” can sleep up to 40 people, and includes a 16-room lodge.
The complex is ideally suited for larger groups, and includes conference
Leven Street / Tel 03 444 9992 /
Built in 1867, Ballarat
Cottage is an historic sod brick, three bedroom cottage, set among early
farming and gold mining memorabilia. It is close to the International
Curling Rink and a short walk to the village centre.
Naseby-Ranfurly Road / Tel 03 444 9996 / email@example.com
Larchview Holiday Park
Larchview is set in 17 acres
of trees and next door to the swimming dam. It is Naseby’s only camping
ground and offers the spectrum of accommodation options from self-contained
houses, cabins and chalets, through to caravan and tent sites.
8 Swimming Dam Road / Tel 03 444 9904 /
Mountain View Accommodation
Mountain View offers the
choice of a two self-contained cottages, two motel units or a two bedroom
self contained unit. It is 600m from the
curling and ice rinks.
Channel Road / Tel 03 444 9972 /
The Naseby Lodge is a
new complex in the heart of Naseby. It incorporates eight accommodation
units, a restaurant/bar and conference facilities. There are six one-bedroom
and two two-bedroom units available.
Derwent Street / Tel 03 444 8374 /Website
The Old Doctor’s Residence
As its name suggests, The
Old Doctor’s Residence was once the gracious home of the local doctor. It is
now an elegantly restored residence with two bedrooms (each with their own
bathroom) available for guests.
58 Derwent Street / Tel 03 4448358 Mobile 027 2886720 /
The Royal Hotel
The “Bottom Pub” has nine
bedrooms, which can sleep up to 22 people. It was recently refurbished and
includes shared and ensuite bathroom options. The hotel includes a Banquet
Room, capable of seating 40, suitable for small conferences and meetings.
Earne Street / Tel 03 444 9990 /
Shortlands Station Farmstay
Situated on the road from
Danseys Pass Road, Shortlands Station offers a farmstay experience in
genuine Central Otago high country. The two-storey home has three double
rooms, each with their own bathroom.
Danseys Pass Road / Tel 03 444 9621 / firstname.lastname@example.org
The Monkey Puzzle
Homestay B & B
31 Derwent Street, Naseby
Tel 03 444 9985
Danseys Pass Coach
Danseys Pass Road, Upper
31 Derwent Street
Tel 03 444 9048