At the halfway point along the Otago Central Rail Trail, our lodge is the perfect stop to enjoy the regions stunning scenery. Choose one room, or book all six to have the entire lodge to yourself.
Six stylish bedrooms all with en-suites provide capacity for up to 16 guests. Spacious dining, kitchen and lounging areas are complemented by a Spa pool and BBQ facilities. After a day trail riding relax and take in the views with a cool beverage and cheeseboard, while enjoying a game of croquet, Kubb or a maybe a well-deserved soak in the spa. The views across the Ida Valley to the table-top Hawkdun Range are truly spectacular, further adding to reasons to make yours a more than one night stay at Inverlair Lodge. Should temperatures drop there's plenty of heating including a cozy center island fire in the lounge. To make the most of the north facing elevated site and those famous long Central Otago summer days, wide-opening doors create a wonderful indoor-outdoor flow.
We are sure our guests will find the lodge welcoming and we invite you to relax and make use of the lodge’s splendid facilities.
Here's what makes your stay with us so special
Diverse Local Experiences
Stayed at Inverlair Lodge overnight while cycling the Otago Rail Trail. Put this one on your list of places to stay. Modern, warm and cosy with a small number
The lodge is absolutely stunning and Fleur & Rog are exceptional hosts. They gave us a lot of local advice and we could chat to them all day long. Loved
Mark & Susan
Best accommodation on the rail trail 5 out of 5, best accommodation on the rail trail be far. The spa pool and view of the stars at night is
We spent a night at Inverlair Lodge in the middle of our Rail Trail cycling trip. Inverlair Lodge is right on the trail. There is a wonderful view across the
The owners couldn’t do enough for us. Lovely breakfast. Fantastic rooms, lounge area and outdoor area with a view. Perfect for our group of 10 on the
Fantastic lodge with every facility and extremely well fitted out. The place had multiple rooms and large communal areas to accommodate. Outside areas were