Trelawn Place Bed and Breakfast Queenstown New Zealand
Welcome to Trelawn Place, a long established and popular Queenstown Bed and Breakfast. If you are looking for warm hospitality and an atmosphere that makes you feel at home, then look no further. In a stunningly picturesque location overlooking the Shotover River Trelawn Place Bed and Breakfast has several accommodation options to suit your needs. The house is large, so you have plenty of space for privacy if you wish.
Trelawn Place is a country home and B&B only 5 minutes (4km) drive from central Queenstown.11 km (15 minutes) from the Queenstown Airport.
During your stay you have complimentary use of our
guest laundry, guest computer, a riverside Jacuzzi and
plenty of off street parking.
There are two in house Bed and Breakfast rooms and three self contained cottages available at Trelawn Place perfect for a private stay or for your New Zealand honeymoon hideaway. Click on the below for more information.
Nery purchased the historic gold miners land in 1973, and the building of the house was a labour of love involving endless hours of planning, building and collecting rocks for the gardens and walls. In the last few years Nery has redecorated and refurbished the whole of the house and has enjoyed making the curtains and bed spreads, adding feminine touches.
Michael was a fruit grower in Central Otago, so his interests and abilities are evident in the garden. Beautiful rose gardens, shady conifers, and a hillside garden, where paths wander through trees. There are many shady corners with furniture to relax in, and enjoy fabulous views. The garden keeps evolving as Nery’s ideas keep flowing, including a easy access track to the river.
Bed and Breakfast has been a way of life for Nery and Michael since 1979. “If we are not hosting guests, we are traveling and enjoying experiences ourselves. Last year we revisited France staying in the Burgundy area. This year we visited Morocco, Syria, Istanbul, and Lesbos in Greece. We both enjoy showing the many albums and travel books that we have made and collected”.
The house is large, so you have plenty of space for privacy if you wish. There are several communal areas for group gatherings, on the patios and around the log fire. We say to people “Please make yourself at home”. So if you would like to have a break from the restaurants, you are welcome to use the house kitchen. There is a gas bar-be-que for Queenstown’s balmy summer evenings. Guests are enjoying the new Gazebo beside the spa pool for evening meals, while listening to music and looking out over breath taking scenery.