Te Anau Lodge – About us
At Te Anau Lodge we have endeavored to create an atmosphere which is homely, warm and inviting, where you can relax and unwind, in the company of others or in the solitude that you may be seeking.
Built in 1936, and relocated to Te Anau from nearby Nightcaps, the former Sisters of Mercy Convent is positioned at the northern end of Te Anau Township, surrounded by breathtaking lake and mountain views. The location of the lodge is quiet and tranquil, yet only 15 minutes walk to the centre of Te Anau township.
The Lodge has been lovingly restored with the interior still including the original oak paneling with rimu battening and polished timber floors and a number of unique architectural and design features of its era.
You may wish to unwind in Te Anau Lodge’s Library, with wonderful views of Lake Te Anau and the Murchison Mountains- home of the Takahe- one of New Zealand’s rarest and most elusive birds.
Tea and coffee are always available along with fresh cakes and home baking.
Leisurely breakfasts are served in the former chapel, with its stained-glass feature windows, and there is always tea, coffee and cake in the library. Wandering through the gardens, watching the sunsets and star gazing are popular guest pursuits.
However you choose to spend your time here with us, the most important thing is that you make yourself feel at home and we are always here to help make your holiday special with our local knowledge.
- Full breakfast served in chapel or alfresco in courtyard
- Guest library with open fire, tea/coffee, nibbles, reference library, games and computer with stunning lake and mountain views
- Patio with BBQ facilities
- Refreshments complementary
- Hair dryers, toiletries, heated towel rails and demist mirrors
- Central heating
- Phone, fax, guest computer and wireless internet
- Laundry facilities and luggage storage
- Local activity bookings
- On-site parking
- Guest mountain bikes
- Credit card and Eftpos facilities