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Award winning

This beautifully restored original Goldminers cottage dates back to 1874 and won an award for XY.

Stay in an original historic goldminers stone cottage in Gibbston

Explore the stunning Queenstown area and relax in a cozy place

Find out more about the Warbrick Cottage

History

This award winning beautifully restored original Goldminers cottage dates back to 1874. History of gold mining in New Zealand and Arrowtown

The interior of Warbrick cottage is an open plan studio layout with a cosy sitting area at one end with a partly screened bedrom area at the other end, with an adjacent separate bathroom. The bathroom is spacious with separate shower and bath.
The bedroom area features a queen bed and you walk through to the lounge, dining and kitchenette area.
The kitchen features a stove top and microwave combo oven. Fridge, kettle and toaster.
Warbrick cottage is great for 2 guests, but can sleep 2 additional guests on the sofa bed in the sitting area, as this converts to a double bed and full linen is supplied.
Cuddle up in front of the warm cosy fire, relax and unwind.

Set in its own garden on our 6 acre property where we built a Strawbale house you are welcome to visit the horses, collect eggs from our chickens and pat our sheep. Help yourself to our seasonal produce from the garden.
Bikes are available for use to explore the trails. Firewood is supplied. Also outdoor furniture and a BBQ are provided for outdoor living.

Facilities

Location

Set in the heart of Gibbston Valley with 360 degree views of the Nevis Bluff, Mt Rosa and Waitiri station Warbrick cottage provides a peaceful and relaxing base to explore the surrounding area. 

Warbrick cottage is easy access to all activities in and around Queenstown and very handy to the many ski fields in both Queenstown and Wanaka in the winter.

Walking distance to 3 local wineries and walking trails to Nevis Bluff, Mt Rosa and Coal Pit Road.

Situated directly on the new Gibbston River Trail you can bike to the Gibbston Tavern, Peregrine Winery, Gibbston Valley winery and AJ Hacket Bungy bridge. Then continue directly onto the Queenstown Trails to Arrowtown and Queenstown from the door. Easy access to the Gibbston Valley station new Rabbit Ridge bike trails recently opened.
Gibbston is 10 minutes drive to Arrowtown and 20 minutes to Queenstown Airport.
Cromwell and Bannockburn are 20mins drive.
Wanaka is 40mins either via the Crown Range or by going through Cromwell.

Original Historic Goldminers Stone Cottage located on the Gibbston River, bike and walking trail with easy access to local wineries. Within 15 minutes walking distance you can reach a couple of wineries including Kinross and the Cargo Brewery.

The surroundings are perfect for biking, hiking, skiing and other outdoor activities. Queenstown is known as the Adventure Capital of the world. If you are brave enough for a helicoper flight or a bungee jump at AJ Hackett, the first Bungee facility in the world, you are right here.

Activities

Prices and Conditions

  • 200 NZD per night (up to 2 guests)
  • 1,330 NZD per week
  • 30 NZD per additional guest per night
  • Min. stay: 2 nights
  • Suitable for: 1-4 guests

Want to stay in a cozy cottage close to Queenstown?

Contact us for a booking at any time!
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