Fiordland Lodge is the ‘gateway to the fiords’
Focusing on environmental sustainability and key luxury standards, Fiordland Lodge is ‘gateway to the fiords’ and the perfect base for your Fiordland experience. On the edge of almost 1.2 million hectares of mountain, lake, fiord and rainforest environment the Lodge is perched on a hill nestled on the edge of lake Te Anau, with a spectacular backdrop of Mt Luxmore and the Murchison mountains. Fiordland Lodge’s open architecture reflects the vastness of the Fiordland National Park, high ceilings, full trunk pillars and a massive river stone fireplace provide a warm spacious environment with a sense of solidity and style.
Step inside and you will understand why this unique lodge is known for exceptional hospitality. Fiordland lodge prides itself on offering a very high standard of customer care, never obtrusive, but always on hand to grant all guests needs and expectations. There are no ‘dinner jacket requirements’ here, no crowds, only relaxation.
Fiordland Lodge offers the discerning traveller style, comfort and privacy, yet is only five kilometres from the tourist township of Te Anau. Set on a superb site with commanding views out across Lake Te Anau this is a rural setting with rolling grass lands surrounding the Lodge, Lake Te Anau being a mere ten minute walk away. Across the lake to the west lie the mountains of Fiordland National Park, an area of over three million acres of untouched wilderness and part of the much larger South West New Zealand World Heritage Area.
At Fiordland Lodge, a maximum of 27 guests are accommodated in 10 luxurious rooms in the Lodge and two separate self-contained loft-style Log Cabins. Accommodation features king-size beds, well-appointed private bathrooms and superb views, and the decor reflects the beautiful Fiordland landscape, focusing on muted natural colours and textures. Our log cabins provide secluded accommodation for a maximum of five guests separate to the main lodge. All ten accommodation options have commanding views over Lake Te Anau, and external access out onto either the balcony upstairs, or the lawn downstairs.
Fiordland Lodge offers the discerning traveller style, comfort and privacy, yet is only five kilometers from the tourist township of Te Anau. Set on a superb site with commanding views out across Lake Te Anau this is a rural setting with rolling grass lands surrounding the Lodge, Lake Te Anau being a mere ten minute walk away. Across the lake to the west lie the mountains of Fiordland National Park, an area of over three million acres of untouched wilderness and part of the much larger South West New Zealand World Heritage Area.
Style, comfort and privacy Fiordland Lodge is the perfect base for your Fiordland experience.
An All-Inclusive Gourmet Dining Experience
Tailoring and crafting exquisite dining experiences at Fiordland Lodge for over eighteen years. The talented team of chefs incorporate the freshest local ingredients and prepare uniquely refined dishes to please all palates. For many guests , the meals at Fiordland Lodge are eagerly anticipated each evening after a day of adventuring and often a highlight of their visit.
Breakfast and Dinner, including a snack bar or open pantry are included in the nightly lodge rates.
Staff will be pleased to recommend a wine pairing from the managers selection of house wines – or purchase from the cellar of premium vintages. Meals are served in the magnificent dining room, or guests may request a delivery at no extra cost. The dress code is described as ‘smart casual’.
Fiordland Lodge offers authentic and exclusive sightseeing options to the beautiful region of Fiordland. Admire the view from an exhilarating helicopter ride to lacing up your boots and exploring parts of the famous New Zealand ‘Great Walks’.
Take a guided walk of the Routeburn Track to the key summit, or head with a guide along the beautiful Milford Track to Giants Gate waterfall. Be whisked away by helicopter to discover both Dusky & Doubtful Sound before being dropped off at Mt Luxmore for a hike on the scenic Kepler track. Cruise on Milford and Doubtful Sounds, visit Te Anau glow worm caves, take in an exhilarating jet boat ride, or perhaps experience true wilderness fishing amongst stunning scenery on the remote rivers of Fiordland. With such a wide variety of options right on your doorstep the choices are endless – your desire will be that you had stayed longer.