Invercargill Bed and Breakfast










Welcome to The Manor, Invercargill

Invercargill Golf Courses
Invercargill has many excellent courses including the Invercargill Golf Course, rated one of the top 10 in New Zealand. Beautiful fairways and well groomed greens. Players are welcome almost anytime. Pat and Frank Club members and would welcome playing a round with you.

Queens Park
Stately Feldwick Gates are the main entrance to Queens Park, which is centrally located and of easy level walking. Well established trees, rose gardens and massive flowering rhododendrons. A wild life park, bird aviary, 18-hole golf course, fitness track all complement the 200 acre park. Meals and snacks available at the café located within the grounds. Well worth a visit.

Southland Museum
Located also within the outskirts of Queens Park is the Southland Museum famous for its live tuataras, Art Gallery and Café. 

Anderson Park
The gracious and elegant Anderson Park is found on the outskirts of Invercargill and the spectacular home on the grounds houses an Art Gallery with a splendid collection of New Zealand art.

Bluff is New Zealand’s southern most port. Home of the in season delicious Bluff Oysters. Stirling point has panoramic views of Stewart Island, Foveaux Strait a sight not to be missed. Local walking tracks surrounding Bluff Hill and cafes to compliment the views.

Stewart Island
Stewart Island – Rakiura National Park. Take a spectacular flight or travel by ferry to the Island. Discover a natural world of lush bush and stunning coastline. Enjoy magnificent views, abundant birdlife (including the Kiwi), succulent seafood and the relaxed atmosphere it has to offer.

The Catlins
The Southern Scenic Route is travelled from Dunedin south down the Catlins Coastline to Invercargill. Nature walks, waterfalls, yellow eyed penguins, dolphins, sea lions and beaches are just some of the terrific sights to behold on this journey.

More walking tracks
From your Invercargill accommodation you are just a day trip away from Te Anau, Milford Sound and Fiordland National Parks, all of which have some world-renowned walking tracks.

Trout Fishing
Southland Rivers are known world wide for their excellent trout fishing. Fishing Guides are available on request.

Splash Palace
Splash Palace is one of the most versatile and modern swimming and aquatic recreation centres in New Zealand. A top aquatic experience for all ages and open all year.




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