The Dansey's Room

$280 per night

This unique room, built in the 1880s, at one time housed the dairy for the Doctor’s home. A stand out feature is the clay brick wall. It is named after William Heywood Dansey, who emigrated to Port Chalmers in 1854 and settled in Oamaru.

In 1855, he and some companions worked their way into Central Otago from Oamaru by way of Dansey’s Pass.

The clay bricks, from which the Dansey’s Room was constructed, were frequently brought down to Naseby from the Pass, by Chinese goldminers. We have recognised the Oriental heritage of this room by introducing a beautiful antique hand painted Chinese Camphor cabinet and two unique hand painted decorative panels.

The room has a separate private bathroom with shower and heated towel rail. There are soft towels, bath robes, luxury toiletries and a hair dryer to use during your stay. You will also find an iron and ironing board in your room. 

The super king bed is dressed with top-quality cotton sheets and a goose down underlay, quilt, duvet and pillows. The bed can be configured into two single beds if preferred.

  • Private Bathroom
  • Super-king bed
  • Dressing room
  • Complimentary luxury bathroom products
  • Bath Robes
  • Hair Dryer
  • Iron and Ironing board
  • Free WiFi
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Separate guest lounge
  • Reading library in guest lounge
  • TV
  • On site parking
  • Delicious homemade baking
  • Full Breakfast

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