Accommodation & Dining
Maniototo offers a unique selection of accommodation to all our visitors. Spend not one night but two at hill top complexes with mountain views, modern apartments, holiday homes, hotels, chalets and cabins, family studios and camping grounds, or classic Kiwi home stays. The climate has preserved many old shist and stone buildings, some now refurbished accommodation providers. Each town you visit has its own unique personality. Experience true Southern hospitality in this rural paradise.
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The quaint gold mining township of Naseby is set amongst the forest at the base of the Mt Ida Range. From camping to conference facilities, fish ‘n’ chips to fancy fare, Naseby is a popular holiday destination. Kyeburn Diggings offers river walks, stunning scenery and the chance to tour a fashion museum or stay in a hotel built by gold miners … (more)
At the Northern end of the Ida Valley, Oturehua’s rich historical sites and unique events take place amongst some of the most inspiring scenery in the world. Wedderburn, located further towards Ranfurly along State Highway 85, is a stunning travellers ‘hub’ set amongst relative geographic isolation … (more)
As the main centre of Maniototo, Ranfurly is famous for it’s Art Deco buildings and the annual Art Deco Festival. Quality accomodation and conference facilities, food for all tastes, the largest remaining railway station in Central Otago and enough shops to quench a little retail therapy while your on holiday … (more)
A ‘social’ stop for any visitor is the small but energetic town of Waipiata. The annual Waipiata Country Ute Muster, children’s playgound and country hotel, guarantees an enjoyable stay. Patearoa, with it’s pub and old store (now a crib) and nearby Sowburn River, Christian Retreat and Hamilton’s Cemetery is well worth a visit … (more)
Kokonga (meaning bend or corner) are both on the Rail Trail. A backpackers and luxury lodge are your choices of accomodation in Kokonga. Although Hyde is not in Maniototo’s geographic boundary, the grand Hyde Hotel and the towns services are very much part of our community … (more)
Although there are no accomodation or dining facilities available in the Paerau / Styx area, this is an often forgotten, beautiful part of Maniototo. Why not pack a picnic and go for an exploratory drive up this valley, the magnificent views and big skies are not to be missed … (more)
Gimmerburn is a very small township with a town hall that still hosts cricket matches, a kids playground AND has been the location for reunions and weddings … (more)
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