Unwind in the stunning surroundings of Brighton, or take a short trip down the coast to Taieri Mouth; either way a walk along our beautiful beach is a must! Relax with 180 degree views of the ocean, and an exceptionally clean and private space.
“I stayed with my young daughter and we both loved the room , the beds were comfortable and it was great having the bath for her. She really enjoyed being able to see and hear the ocean and we Loved the local beach which we visited several times. Mellisa had the place very clean tidy and well appointed . The heat pump warmed up too. Hope to make it back.”
Our place is close to Brighton Beach and public transport only 15 min from the airport. You’ll love our place because of the location, views and Only 20 minutes to Dunedin's Octagon.. Our place is good for couples, solo adventurers, and business travellers. The fire has heat ducts to the hallway off which the bedrooms come and guarantees you will be warm and cosy during your stay. 5 mins from Island Park Golf course, green fees are $20. We are 10 mins from Tunnel Beach. (Owner occupiers).
“A lovely place for live, it's comfortable and clean. You can find anything you need. You can sit in the chair ,have a beer and see the seaside,very beautiful. Chris and Bronny is friendly . If you travel around Dunedin,I will strongly recommend you this B&B”
Our pet friendly home is situated up on the hill overlooking beautiful Brighton Beach (Put your walking shoes on. There is a steep walk from the car to the house!) But the amazing views at the top are worth it! Only a few minutes walk to the beach where you can explore around the rocks, swim and just laze about in the sun. A beautiful beach which is safe for children. Brighton has a fantastic cafe for all of your caffeine needs :) as well as a local dairy for any supplies you might require.
“We loved Brighton. It is away from the hustle and bustle of Dunedin but a quick drive in to still access its amenities. The house is simple with all you need and absolutely stunning views from the windows. The hike up to the house adds to the charm. My only challenge was no dining room table which was difficult with small children.”