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OK to spend a night in transit. Friendly owner. Only 2 rooms with private bathroom. Plenty of common space to have your dinner, but bring your own food and drinks (There is no supermarket there; buy your food well in advance). You may just be...More
My wife and I stayed there last Sat night. We were given a double room with attached toilet and shower. The hosts were pleasant and provided a heater . The room was clean and everything good you could expect of a country pub. At $100.00...More
Our lunch pies were great, and good value. Hope the owners will make more of the art deco building style, which needn't cost a lot to carry through. It COULD be quaint, but ain't yet, especially if dining in the sun on the veranda. No...More
I have had a few meals here over the years, after some big days fly fishing. The meals are very nice and they also make some really nice gourmet pies. Great atmosphere in the pub - when there are a few people there (sometimes you...More
While driving towards Te Anau, we stopped here for bite to eat and were pleasantly surprised. The current Garston Hotel, built the late 1930's, has a lot of character. However this hotel has been around since 1876, there are historic photographs of the hotel hung...More
US$83 - US$92 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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