Embodying the essence of Central Otago, a stay at historic Olivers in Clyde is a unique boutique accommodation experience that is sophisticated and luxurious. Local activities - cycling, wine tours, historic walks, beer tasting and wonderful cuisine.
Situated in Clyde's historic precinct, Olivers blends the old with the new, creating a modern day ambience within its historic walls.
Olivers was built by Benjamin Naylor in 1869, to service the prospectors who sought their fortunes during the Otago Gold Rush. The Lodge and Stables have been sensitively restored and now provide eleven en-suite rooms; accommodation that is elegant, unique and supremely comfortable.
A freshly baked breakfast awaits guests in the cosy 125 year old breakfast room.
Located on-site are award-winning Olivers Restaurant and Bar, the Victoria Store Brewery and the Merchant of Clyde cafe-deli.