Bach or holiday home | Clyde | #7982
Come and enjoy a slice of history in old Clyde at Historical Hazletts Home - a character stone cottage perfectly positioned in the heart of Clyde's main street just a few steps from Olivers and local eateries. The house is the original home of Mr James Hazlett - an early arrival on the Otago gold mining scene - dates back to the 1860s, featuring rustic brick & stone walls and kauri floors.
Relax on the covered veranda and watch the world go by, or use it as a base to explore the wonderful Central Otago region. Close to the Rail Trail, wineries, walks, 10 minutes from Alexandra and just under an hour's drive to Queenstown or Wanaka.
The home features two large bedrooms, new bathroom, open plan kitchen/dining/living room (with gas heating) and a large private rear garden to sit in the sun with a glass of Central Otago Pinot Noir. Take in the views of the surrounding hills while overlooking the mighty Clutha river.
All beds made up - please advise bedding configuration required; cleaning (at the end of your stay) is included. Sorry no camping on section. BBQ available (please clean after use).
Rates: $160 per night for the first two people, $30/night for each extra adult; $20/night per child. Not suitable for very young children.
Minimum two night stay.
***Sorry not available over Easter or Christmas/New Year***
Special conditions: No smoking on the property please Pets not permitted Please ensure children are supervised
3 x Single bed
1 x Queen bed
*Pricing may vary depending on the dates you choose and the number of guests. Additional charges (extras) and minimum stay criteria may also apply. Service fees may also apply.
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The bach had everything we needed and was so close to everything. The only downside is that it's a bit dark inside, but that's what you get in a historic building and it's more than made up for by the character. The verandah was a great spot to watch the world go by.
comfortable and roomy.also cool inside on the hottest days of our stay.great base for exploring central but great also to stay in and relax.we enjoyed sitting on the verandah and reading books on local history from the owners substantial collection.and then there was the bonus of having olivers restaurant/cafe/bakery and brewery on the doorstep.would love to visit again
This is a great spot with a café literally across the street. Its a lovely house with realm charm, it has all you need to have a great stay with offstreet parking and a lovely garden. The roses on the front porch were in full bloom when we arrived and our whole experience was fantastic.