Historic charm meets modern luxury
- 11 rooms
- Restaurant and bar
This historic stone building in the heart of Clyde was once a general store for prospectors seeking their fortunes during the Otago gold rush back in the 1860s. Careful restoration has seen it transformed into a luxurious hotel, its fascinating heritage protected and celebrated. The owners are passionate about helping to protect the quaint village and are faithfully restoring the homestead, old store, coach sheds, stables and barns while paying particular attention to environmental sustainability.
Divided into Stables and Lodge accommodation, the hotel’s 11 rooms are inviting, and the décor celebrates bygone days, while combining the old with modern comfort. The rustic five Stables rooms overlook the courtyard and boast schist walls, stone floors, exposed wooden beams and stable doors. For a more modern aesthetic, choose one of the six Lodge rooms which feature more contemporary furnishing.
Savour fresh, clean flavours at Olivers Restaurant where local produce features. The Olivers complex is also home to the Merchant of Clyde, a café-bakery-delicatessen, and the Victoria Store Brewery which produces a range of craft beers.