Lisburn House was completed in 1865 as a townhouse for an Outram farming family. One of Dunedin's finest remaining examples of 19th century architecture. This two-storey Gothic-style townhouse has been preserved in original exterior condition, with decorative polychrome brickwork walls, latticework slate roof and stained glass.
The interior features a marble-floor entrance hall with sweeping carved staircase, panelled dining room, open fireplaces, tall arched windows, high ceilings, cornices and spindles. The home is rated by the Historic Places Trust as a "Category One" historic home. It is a national treasure.
3 Queen rooms, all four poster. Tea, coffee, juice and mineral water are complimentary with fresh flowers and fruit in the rooms.Two night stays are recommended.
An English-style garden has been developed to complement the established English trees and New Zealand native trees.
Guests have their own large drawing room with its tiled open fireplace. Television and quality stereo with a wide selection of CDs are available.
Lisburn House Bed and Breakfast,
15 Lisburn Avenue, Caversham, Dunedin
Lisburn House Bed and Breakfast, Dunedin, NZ
Good Hotels Guide - New Zealand
Your guide to accommodation worldwide