Fiordland Lodge is located on the highway to Milford Sound, in Fiordland National Park New Zealand. This elegant lodge offers breathtaking views of Lake Te Anau and Fiordland.
Here you will find 40 acres of privacy and serenity, perfect for relaxation. And the location provides easy access for your Fiordland adventures. And all within five kilometres of the beautiful lakeside township of Te Anau.
The lobby features a large open area which reflects the vastness of the Fiordland National Park. High ceilings, large timber pillars which soar to over twelve metres, and a huge riverstone fireplace provide guests with a warm and spacious environment.
Taking pride of place, a beautiful staircase leads from the impressive lounge up to an inviting mezzanine, where you will find the library and a unique fly tying area.
Fiordland Lodge is owned and operated by Ron & Robynne Peacock of Te Anau who also operate Fiordland Guides.
Your luxury accommodation awaits
The Lodge comprises ten luxury guest rooms, one of which is an executive suite with separate lounge area for private entertaining. All have beautiful views out over Lake Te Anau.
Each guest room is furnished with super king size beds and has it's own private bathroom.
Complementing the Fiordland Lodge's ten double guest rooms are two traditionally built log cabins. These are ideal for families, and provide dinner, bed and breakfast.
The cabins feature extensive use of recycled native New Zealand timber, and are located on an elevated site with magnificent views across Lake Te Anau and the mountains of Fiordland National Park, across farm land, and on to the mountains of northern Fiordland in the distance.
The cabins are built in the traditional manner using New Zealand Oregon logs. Interiors are finished in recycled native New Zealand timber for floors, ceilings, joinery and bench tops.
Each cabin has a quality queen-size bed downstairs, and on a mezzanine floor above one cabin has a twin room, and one has three single beds. These cabins are ideal for families.
Each cabin sleeps up to five and has private bathroom facilities.
Mouth watering cuisine
The Lodge's comfortable dining area, featuring solid timber tables, provides the perfect location to enjoy a selection of the finest local
cuisine, coupled with superb wine from the cellar.
The fully licensed bar features a solid fitch rimu timber bar top, a relaxing spot to enjoy complimentary pre dinner drinks and a great place to meet and share tales of your adventures.
Here is a sample of our menu, which changes daily:
Tomato, basil and buffalo mozzarella salad w black olive oil Or Duck and foie gras terrine w pickled cherry and mint salad
Pan roasted salmon w fennel and black olive braise Or Seared venison w butternut pumpkin, spinach and hazelnuts And sherry vinegar sauce
Lemon tart w granny smith sorbet and orange anglaise Or Honey comb parfait w chocolate ganache and caramel sauce Or 3 New Zealand cheeses w grapes and crackers
Please note: we can accommodate most dietary requirements, but appreciate prior notice.
A range of unique New Zealand activities
There is an almost endless variety of activities available from your Fiordland Lodge base.
Excursions to Milford and Doubtful Sound depart from Te Anau township, five kilometers from Fiordland Lodge.
Rainbow and brown trout waters abound, and what better way to chance your luck than with our resident fishing guide.
golf tours, horse riding, scenic flights, night sky viewing, sea or
lake kayaking, hiking, nature walks, alpine flower tours in the summer,
bird watching, glow worm caves-just a taste of available activities.
Fishing and Guiding-Our Speciality
Come and share a unique experience with us in this remote part of New Zealand - Fiordland National Park, Milford Sound area, and South West New Zealand World Heritage Area.
At Fiordland Lodge we offer the following:
Guided Fly Fishing:
We specialise in fly fishing for brown and rainbow trout in the rivers and streams of Fiordland and Southland. We promote catch and release.
We offer hunting for red deer, chamois, thar, wild pig, goat and sheep. All hunts are free range and fair chase. We recommend that hunts are a minimum of six days per species.
We specialise in customised fully guided hikes of two days or more to remote areas with all camping gear supplied. Guided Nature Walks: Walks of two hours, half day or full day, with opportunities to experience native forests, alpine lakes, waterfalls, rivers and streams within Fiordland National Park.
We specialise in
forest birds, open country and wetlands within Fiordland National Park
and the surrounding area. Illustrated Slide Lectures: Subjects relating
to natural and human history of Fiordland National Park and South West
New Zealand World Heritage Area.
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