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Looking over Lake Te Anau, Fiordland Lodge takes its name from the beautiful surrounding area, a perfect base from which to explore and later to come back to and unwind.
An Award winning Fiordland Hotel
Set on 19 hectares of land, and built using local timber, Fiordland Lodge has 10 quiet and comfortable bedrooms in the main lodge and 2 tranquil self-contained loft-style log cabins, furnished and decorated in a style designed to reflect the landscape over which each room looks.
Guests can relax by the 11m high, 2m wide stone fireplace located in the guest lounge whilst taking in the uninterrupted views across Lake Te Anau.
Andy Cunningham is the manager at Fiordland Lodge and his attention to details is second to none. Head Chef Steve Carson meticulously creates the daily menus using the dining concept of farm-to-table.
Fiordland National Park
In the south western corner of the South Island are 12,000 square kilometres of pristine wilderness – Fiordland National Park. The largest national park in New Zealand, it is a landscape of sparkling lakes, towering mountains and deep fiords all swathed in dense and unbroken rainforest.
A glance at a road map of the region reveals the astonishing scale of this place. Few towns, hardly any roads, just space. This is one of the world’s truly wild places.
Fiordland is not a place that you simply look at but somewhere that you immerse yourself in, somewhere that you feel. To join a guided walk on the renowned Milford, Kepler or Routeburn Tracks is an unequalled opportunity to experience the peace, solitude and scenic grandeur of untouched nature.
Fiordland National Park is aptly named. Fiords are the highlight of the park and the best known are Milford Sound and Doubtful Sound.