Brookside cottage

89 Glen Road, The Glen, Dunedin
4
Max Guests
2
Bedrooms
1
Bathroom

About this Holiday House

Brookside cottage is a charming, cosy, renovated 2 bedroom, 1890s character cottage, with the main feature being the old brick fireplace with high-efficiency logburner. For comfort a new heat pump/ air con has been added. Please note: .A 2 night minimum booking applies .We don't take bookings more than 6 months in the future.

Details and amenities

Child friendly
No pets
Linen provided
No smoking
No disabled access
Heating & cooling
Air Conditioning
Fire place
Heat pump
Kitchen
Freezer
Fridge
High Chair
Microwave
Oven
Bathroom
Accessible Bathroom
Shower
Laundry
Dryer
Extra Bedding
Iron
Portacot
Washing Machine
Parking
Boat parking
Off Street Parking
Basics
Tea, coffee, sugar etc
TV
Other
CD player
Cellphone coverage
Cleaning equipment
Cleaning supplies
Clothes line
DVD
Electric heat
Fire wood supplied
Fridge/Freezer
Laundry Tub
Oil heaters
Outdoor furniture
Stereo
Toaster
Wood stove

Bed layout

1 Queen(s), 2 Single(s)

Special Amenities

This lovely little cottage is reminiscent of an English garden setting. One can enjoy the native bush, bellbirds and “Caris” brook flowing through the property .There is a picket fenced secure area for the little ones as well as a covered sunny outdoor conservatory. Plenty of secure off street parking for 3, maybe 4 cars or a boat. It's accessed via a small, sturdy, picturesque wooden bridge. Nestled well back from the road this little gem is within 2.9 kms of the Octagon an easy 27 min walk.( personally timed.) Or the bus stop is about 300 metres away, with buses every 10 mins during working week hours. Easy 3-4 minute access to the southern motorway. We don't have WiFi

Special Attractions and Activities Nearby

1.8km away there is a licensed Restaurant, takeaway shops, 4 Square Market, Cafe, Hair salon, or Just 2 km away wander South Dunedin’s funky old main street, second hand shops, and, retail chains or shop at the large food supermarkets. or St Kilda beach, and St Clair beach with its heated salt water swimming pool and cafes are a 2.9km flat walk on a nice day. Dunedin is a city that has become a destination known world wide. A number of high-tech industries have started here, mainly based on biomedical R&D •Baldwin Street, reportedly the steepest in the world •Botanic Gardens. These are especially beautiful in the spring •A days drive into Central Otago, fruit orchards and old goldfields •Dunedin History- Museums Hocken Library the centre for Otago history and archives •Larnach Castle •The Octagon •University of Otago •Otago Peninsula and Harbour •Dunedin Railway Station •Dunedin Wildlife- Albatross colony and Penguins Forsyth Bar Sporting and event Stadium (covered roof for all weathers ) .Cadbury chocolate factory visits (Sadly due to close late 2017 !) Taieri gorge train rides

Reviews

Average Rating: 5
6 total reviews

Lucy
This cottage is so gorgeous inside and out that I wanted to pack it up and take it home with me. From the minute you arrive you are welcomed into the immaculately clean and well appointed cottage. It has everything you could possible need for a stay and even the fire was laid ready for our arrival on a cold wet Dunedin night. Thank you so much Barry and Diane.
Adam Hall
This place is a real hidden gem, a very clean and homely cottage with some great character. We really enjoyed our stay!
Response from Owner
Pleased you enjoyed the cottage. It's got character-a-plenty, was built circa 1890.
Gavin
Lovely little cottage. Close to town.
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Availability

Rates

Date rangeRatesExtra guestsMinimum stay
20 Nov - 22 Nov $250 / Night for 4 guests2 Nights
Rest of year$150 / Night for 2 guests$252 Nights
20 Nov - 22 Nov
$250 / Night for 4 guests
Min. stay: 2 Nights
Rest of year
$150 / Night for 2 guests
Extra guests: $25Min. stay: 2 Nights
No sub-letting
We reserve the right to charge extra for special events

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