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Activities like fishing, guided bird-watching, mountain biking, horseback riding, and clay pigeon shooting can also be arranged (some at an extra fee).
For golfers, the par 72 championship golf course trumps all, with a cliff-top course overlooking the sea, plus a practice range, putting and chipping greens, and golf shop on site.
With 25 well-appointed units granting access to the lush riverbanks, the lodge’s greatest allure is its welcoming lobby space, where blazing log fires, antique furnishings, and well-to-do guests converge nightly for cocktails and five-course dinners.
Choose communal dining or retreat to one of more than 20 private dining nooks scattered around the property, like the cozy library (Her Majesty’s preference), romantic underground wine cellar, trophy room, riverfront jetty pavilion, and more.
Established as a sheep station in the 1840s, the estate turns over a mesmerizing array of landscapes from lake-speckled forests to verdant pastures, and the windswept coastline of Palliser Bay.
Head out hiking, or sign up for mountain biking, horseback riding, or ATV quad bike adventures (for an additional fee) to take it all in.
The Queenstown area invites adventure, from the more casual hiking and biking (the resort offers complimentary loaners), to high-octane white-water rafting and bungee jumping.