The Bealey Hotel is a great choice for a stay in Bealey. You can grab a bite to eat at the restaurant or wind down at the end of the day with a drink from the bar/lounge. Rooms feature bonuses like refrigerators and microwaves.
A working sheep station near Arthur s Pass in the heart of the Southern Alps,Grasmere Lodge combines a genuine taste of rural New Zealand with superb accommodation, a pool, a spa, fine dining and an extensive choice of leisure opportunities.Just 90 minutes from Christchurch, Grasmere Lodge is at the heart of anoperational 6,000 hectare grand pastoral station (ranch) surrounded by stunning alpine scenery. Grasmere has been a proud member of Small Luxury Hotels since 1995 and recommended by Andrew Harper since 1998. The 150 year old Homestead houses character rooms such as the library, lounge, bar and evening dining rooms. Eleven guest rooms spread through the lodge, chalet and cottage boast panoramic views of lakes, rivers or rugged mountains.Meals feature the best of New Zealand produce and may include farm-raised venison, lamb or salmon or regional delicacies in season. Carefully trained staff embody traditional southern hospitality, and are well-informed about the region and all it offers.From the lodge enjoy horseback riding, walking, kayaking, mountain biking, clay bird shooting, fly-fishing or farm activities. Relax and rejuvenate in Mountain Spa or by the heated outdoor swimming pool.The Grasmere Lodge is a Small Luxury Hotels of the World property.
Discover wild nature in this spectacular mountain settingÂ and experience life on 2,400 hectare nature reserveÂ and high country merino sheep station. Walk from your room into a natural paradise of beech forest, tussock clearings, moss-lined streams and lakes. On arrivalÂ you will be given a copy ofÂ the current activities programme, maps and information on walk network, forest and tussock nature trails.Â Â Forget your car for a couple of days and settle in and explore. The naturalist guides will help you learn about high country life and explore nature in this special place the first Maori visitors called "Te Ko Awa a Aniwaniwa - Valley of the Mother of the Rainbows.". You can also explore further afield in Arthur's Pass National Park, Craigieburn Forest Park and Torlesse Conservation Park. JoinÂ a canoe tripÂ in safe, stable canoes on lovely Lake Pearson or Lake SarahÂ to look for Crested Grebe, Scaup, Paradise Ducks and other wetland birds.