Dunedin accommodation provides enough choice to satisfy whatever taste or budget you have. World class hotels offering quality accommodation at affordable rates can be found throughout Dunedin with a large percentage located close to the centre of town. The excellent shopping and dinning options of inner City Dunedin make a stay here convenient, comfortable and easily accessible to a number of Dunedin’s attractions and activities. Motel accommodation is available in the central North Dunedin and slightly more rural South Dunedin. Both localities suit this laid back style of accommodation which provides a no frills, friendly and personalised stay for the active traveller.
Boutique lodges and charming bed and breakfasts are a feature of Dunedin’s style of accommodation. Many are found in fully renovated historic homes that have retained the architectural heritage of their former beauty. This style of accommodation prides itself on a special kind of luxury found through exquisite furnishings and nothing but the best in New Zealand products and hospitality. Backpacker accommodation is among the most unique in the country located close to the City centre and within heritage buildings that all have a story to tell. Backpacker accommodation can also be found out of town on the Otago Peninsula.
If you are travelling by motor home Dunedin’s Holiday Parks offer the perfect place to rest. Shared cooking facilities, beautifully manicured grounds and parkland attractions make this form of accommodation particularly popular with travelling families. Many holiday parks also have cabins or units to stay in if you are travelling New Zealand by car, bike or on foot. Self contained accommodation can be found in a good variety of Dunedin apartments designed to suit larger families, longer stays and those looking for a little more space and privacy. As with all other forms of Dunedin accommodation the apartments are quite often set in historic buildings with some offering sea views and beautiful surroundings.
Dunedin tours depart to all the major attractions in Southland including the Caitlans Coast, Stewart Island, Fiordland and around Dunedin’s museums, art galleries, gardens and other places of interest. Dunedin’s Scottish heritage is obvious around every corner of the City and regular events are held throughout the year to celebrate everything from theatre and art through to festivals, concerts and exhibitions. The choice of Dunedin accommodation makes it easy to organise a stay to suit both your holiday style and budget.