The Dunstan Room
There are many references in Central Otago to Dunstan. As far back as 1858 the name appears in the region’s history and Clyde itself was originally named Upper Dunstan.
It is thought the mountains in the area reminded early pioneers of England where Dunstan means “a stone on a hill”- hence the name.
The compact Dunstan Room can be joined with the adjacent Davidson Room for family groups and its stylish interior includes an en suite which opens directly onto Olivers' private courtyard.
Twin single beds - quality cotton linen - feather duvets - eiderdown - en suite. A freshly baked, hot breakfast is included in the rate.
The Stone Stable
The Stone Stable was once a horse stable housing horses, harnesses and hay. It takes its name from the original stone flooring which is a feature of the rustic, tastefully decorated room with its modern ensuite.
The stable doors open on to Olivers' landscaped and sunny courtyard backdropped by Central Otago hills.
Queen bed - quality cotton linen - feather duvets - eiderdown - en suite. A freshly baked, hot breakfast is included in the rate.
The Tack Room
History exudes from every corner in The Tack Room where harnesses and other coach and horse equipment were originally stored.
A faithful restoration incorporating the original stable door, schist walls and tongue and groove wooden floor enhances the historic character at the same time providing 21st century comfort with modern en suite.
The room opens directly onto Olivers' sunny courtyard.
Queen bed - quality cotton sheets - feather quilts - eiderdown - en suite. A freshly baked, hot breakfast is included in the rate.