In 1863, brothers Robert Watson Parker and William Benoni Parker, and another Parker - William Charles, who was no relation - were in a small party of men who discovered gold in the Hog Burn Creek, about half a mile from the present town of Naseby. From this little gully it was reported they got "fifteen pennyweight out of three dishes of dirt".
Within a couple of months, the canvas town of Parkers had a population of nearly two thousand and was a busy and exciting place to be. In a short while, it would become the thriving town of Naseby.
Three rooms make up the Parker's Suite - a spacious bedroom with a super king bed, which can be made into two single beds if preferred; a sitting room with a comfortable sofa/queen bed; a dressing area/powder room and an ensuite bathroom. There are soft towels, bath robes, toiletries and a hair dryer to use during your stay.
The Suite is furnished with an antique colonial kauri dressing table, wardrobe and washstand. You will find an iron and ironing board in your room. Enjoy the front garden and verandah outside your room.