The Jackson Room
Clyde vet Ron Jackson and his wife June purchased the property in 1967, setting up a surgery for small animals on the premises, and providing accommodation in The Stables building for larger animals requiring treatment.
Now, as a boutique New Zealand accommodation, this room combines the modern luxuries with aspects of the building's past. The Jackson Room has an appealing interior and includes a new bathroom with shower and Victorian slipper bath.
The room opens directly onto Olivers' sunny private courtyard.
King bed - quality cotton linen - feather duvets - eiderdown - en suite - slipper bath. A freshly baked, hot breakfast is included in the rate.
The Davidson Room
Clyde orchardists Joseph and Sarah Davidson acquired the property in 1925 and stamped their mark on the complex.
The Davidson Room features a beautiful 1880s fireplace, traditional English wallpaper and a contemporary en suite complete with a traditional claw foot bath.
The room can be joined with the adjacent Dunstan Room for family groups and opens directly onto Olivers' sun filled courtyard.
King bed - quality cotton linen - feather duvets - eiderdown - en suite - claw foot bath. A freshly baked, hot breakfast is included in the rate.
The Soap Factory
The Soap Factory was once the cart store but became known as the Soap Factory as soap was actually made and sold in this old stable room.
With its twin bay windows this room is light and sunny with an attractive outlook over the courtyard.
Whilst retaining the rustic schist walls and wooden floors the room boasts a wonderfully comfortable King sized bed and a newly appointed en suite.
King bed - quality cotton linen - feather duvets - eiderdown - en suite. A freshly baked, hot breakfast is included in the rate.