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Glendeer Lodge offers luxury bed and breakfast accommodation set on 5 tranquil acres, with a large manicured lawn and native garden complete with wonderful bird life. This beautiful modern and new accommodation is surrounded with stunning mountain to ocean views; the private guest lounge looks out into the native garden area where pet Fallow deer can be watched roaming behind the fenced area. The king bedrooms are extremely spacious, comfortable, bright, airy and well appointed, with modern, spacious bathrooms featuring under floor heating, heated towel rails, and complimentary toiletries available in all rooms. Glendeer Lodge is a handy five minute drive to the centre of the town ship of Timaru which offers an array of fine dining restaurants, bars and cafes.All rooms are modern and well-appointed with nice garden views, the two king rooms have their own private court yards with big French doors and direct outside access. This beautiful modern and new accommodation is surrounded with stunning mountain to ocean views clients feel very relaxed as they sit back in the private guest lounge taking in these stunning scenic vistas whilst in the back ground of the fenced garden area our pet Fallow deer quietly roam.Glendeer Lodge is centrally located between the cities of Christchurch and Dunedin; it is the gateway to the Southern Alps and Mount Cook National Park.With coastal walks to a local lighthouse and wetland area are nearby, fly fishing, hunting, bird watching and scenic back country tours can all be organized at the lodge.Glendeer Lodge features fly fishing facilities on-site and serves a continental breakfast daily. A 10-minute drive from Te Ana Ngai Tahu Maori Rock Art Centre, it offers free parking and free Wi-Fi access.
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Bruce180852 wrote a review Feb 2020
Cornwall, United Kingdom1,098 contribution250 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
We are touring the South Island in a large RV, having already toured the north Island with a SUV using B&B.
My wife isn’t a great enthusiast of camping, even with a monster RV, so the compromise we have, is to stop every few nights in a luxury B&B for her to gain her sanity, ( her words).
Glendeer was ideal for that purpose, it’s large, with a small number of guests, very quiet, and spotless in any area, common and bedroom.
It has a huge private car park, ideal to get the starship Enterprise parked, our name for the RV.
We found our hosts chatty and very informative of the whole area, it was nice to have two way conversation about our experience and theirs, so thank you for that.
Our room was large, extremely well decorated and nicely fitted, lovely walk in shower, and most importantly, a very comfortable bed.
Breakfast was excellent, everything you need before another day in charge of the Enterprise and a happy wife.
Thank you for a lovely stay, and we wish you both well in your business and life.
I will and have recommended your B&B.
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Date of stay: March 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 3 Mar 2020
Hi Bruce, Thanks for your kind words, it was great to meet you and your wife and so glad you enjoyed a comfortable night stay with us. We hope you are enjoying your driving tour of New Zealand and all the sights that are on offer! Kind Regards Jude
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Simon C wrote a review Sept 2020
Kaikoura, New Zealand7 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
A beautiful home, garden and accommodation for guests. Lovely spacious rooms and bathrooms. The garden and its wildlife plus small fallow deer herd keep you entertained.
Excellent hosts. Nothing is left wanting. Guest lounge and kitchen are very comfortable.
Highly recommend if you are anywhere near Timaru.
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Date of stay: September 2020
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Response from Jude McLauchlan, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 21 Jan 2021
Thank you for your lovely review, we are so glad you enjoyed your stay and our wonderful surroundings! We really do appreciate you coming to stay with us and hope to see you again sometime.
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Kiwi706 wrote a review Nov 2016
Auckland, New Zealand40 contributions37 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Timaru suffers from a lack of upmarket accommodation and it was a delight to stay at Glendeer Lodge. The room was large as was the bed and bathroom, and there were nice touches such as many cushions on the bed. The owners, Jude and Paul, were professional and very friendly. The location is perfect as it is close to Timaru without being right in the town. Overall, our experience could not have been bettered.
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Date of stay: November 2016
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 13 Nov 2016
Thank you for your wonderful review, it was lovely to meet you and your wife and so glad that you enjoyed your stay with us, we are the only 5 Star property in Timaru and really do try to make sure everyone feels welcome and comfortable. We do hope to see you again sometime. Kind Regards Jude & Paul McLauchlan
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christine c wrote a review Feb 2020
Auckland, New Zealand82 contributions69 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
The accommodation is the ground floor of the owner's home. They live above.
The 3 bedrooms are off a short hallway which is open to a communal lounge and kitchen, with no separating door. Meaning you hear anything happening in those common areas. The bedrooms do not have tea & coffee facilities so you need to use the common kitchen (which has a connecting wall to one of the bedrooms as does the lounge).
The walls were not soundproofed.
On arrival we were informed our tv wasnt working and they hoped a technician was coming over the next few days but we could watch the small tv in the lounge. We didnt feel comfortable doing that as the other 2 bedrooms would have had to listen to what we were watching.
The night we stayed the owner came into the lounge in the evening talking to a guest in the lounge till around 9.30 pm & we heard the whole conversation in our room.
Lovely bathroom. Very clean. Bed very comfortable. No full length mirror.
The owner comes in in the mornings and puts out breakfast. Breakfast was excellent.
The setup didnt work for us and for the price paid we thought it was high for how & what it is.
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Date of stay: January 2020
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
3.0 of 5 bubblesService
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 10 Feb 2020
Dear Christine, I am so sorry you didn’t enjoy your stay with us, but I can reassure you that all of our house is fully soundproofed to Council standard and we regularly have guests compliment how lovely and peaceful it is. In my 15 years of running our Bed & Breakfast I have generally found that the people who come to stay here do so because they enjoy the social side of staying with a host and this goes hand in hand with conversation and I genuinely enjoy hearing from our guests if they have had a great meal out or enjoyed a local attraction. Yes a Bed & Breakfast isn’t for everyone but I am glad that you enjoyed the breakfast! Kind Regards Jude
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IsaDunce2015 wrote a review Aug 2016
6 contributions9 helpful votes
1.0 of 5 bubbles
We booked the entire accommodation for our professional and teenage/adult family of 8 for two nights for the grand sum of $1214. It was a late booking due to our earlier accommodation plans falling through, and Glendeer had no bookings. We were guaranteed privacy as a family with sole use of the lodge, and told that the owners living quarters were separate and well away from us. Unless we paid in cash we would incur transactional eftpos fees of 2.5%, so we paid by internet banking at the time of booking. There were inconsistencies in the information given on the phone, and what was noted on the website. Checkout time is shown as 1030, but we were pointedly told it was 10 a.m., and bank fees are noted as 2%, but we were told 2.5%.
While the surroundings are pleasant, the people running this operation were controlling, hostile and invasive. We were subject to repeated intrusions of our privacy by Jude, and then later Paul without even so much as a courteous knock on the door, or even a polite excuse me. They would just walk in on us unannounced with no regard for our privacy as a family group.
On arrival we said that we would be happy to serve ourselves breakfast if Jude put the food out. She rejected this outright making big of it and insisting it was a bed-and-breakfast, that was how they operated and it was her job to serve it. On enquiry she said this would be at 0730 hours on Saturday morning, and when I suggested no-one would be up at this time she was totally inflexible. She insisted that she must personally lock the front door at 22:00 hours as she did not trust us to do so-apparently this was premised on previous guest behaviour. When I told her that other family members would be arriving well after, I was told it was too bad I would just have to lock the door again, and we were not to disturb them. I found this stance odd when she was fully informed of our situation at the time of booking.
In the lodge there is a door marked Private which leads to the hosts living quarters upstairs. To my surprise within five minutes of leaving us to settle in, Jude came through the door. There was no courteous knock or even a polite excuse me. On leaving she did not pull the door closed, (this happened each time they came in). We closed it, prompting another visit by her to ask in an intimidating manner if we wanted something. I pointed to a door bell on the architrave and told her we would ring this if we needed assistance. It left us wondering how much they could hear upstairs and just how much privacy we actually had.
In the kitchen a sign in block letters placed on the cooktop read: Management use only, no cooking allowed, thank you! They knew that as a family we needed cooking facilities as we had made this clear at the time of booking. The information booklet states that guests have sole use of the open plan kitchen, dining and lounge area. Guests can also prepare simple meals in the communal kitchen. The website also notes communal kitchen use.
After our arrival we headed into town, leaving our rooms open and unlocked on the understanding that we had exclusive use of the lodge and bedrooms. On our return it was evident that Jude had been in the lodge, and in the bedroom where my husband and I were staying. While there was nothing missing from my bag it had been left open, and not how I would have left it. For some unexplained reason Jude had moved all of our food to one side of the kitchen. I mean it was not as thought we were sharing it with any other guests. She had returned the Do Not Cook sign to the top of the cooktop which I had placed in a cupboard because I found it distasteful. We had neatly placed a dining table cushion on the floor and she had put that back, and she had closed the door to the toilet in the hallway. None of the beds had been pulled back, curtains drawn or lighting turned on. From what we could see the only purpose of her visit was to snoop. I felt this was totally invasive of our privacy, and our belongings.
At 21:00 hours, Jude revisited-no knock no polite excuse me. Those of us present were sitting looking at photos and chatting. I ignored her- I found her unannounced entry so lacking and rude. She went into the kitchen area and played with the oven timer, but I suspect she was trying to see whether we had been cooking, which we had.
The next morning, I was woken up early by the owners moving around upstairs and creaky floorboards. Jude did her breakfast thing. After she left, my husband was chatting to one of our children. He was wearing just a T-shirt and his underwear, and in walked Jude again. My husband commented about her unannounced entry, but there was no apology offered for her rude invasion. At 09:00 hours she returned unannounced, and this time demanding to put away the breakfast food. I told her No as half the family were still in bed.
At about 10:30 my husband and four others departed the premises, leaving me, my daughter and an adult son behind. Immediately in walked Jude from the living quarters end, followed by Paul, (who had not introduced himself to us) and the son via the front entrance. They stood there talking. I felt this was a deliberate act of power play. Again, there was no polite knock or announcement about the reasons for entry. There was no regard for the fact that my daughter and I were getting dressed, and she was about to take a shower in our room with the bedroom door being open and in line of sight of where Paul was standing. It was most inappropriate. He would have known that my husband and others had left the property to go out.
About 10 minutes later Paul left and Jude remained in the kitchen. I ventured out of our room and asked her how to access the Internet. She was unhelpful and blamed the situation on our family for overloading the system! The night before we could not use the WiFi and our inquiries showed that they had 32 users on it which prevented us from accessing it. It’s free but you have to get on first!! They don’t tell you that.
Jude left and I again closed the door. A few minutes later Paul came through the door in a confrontational and intimidating manner, asking if I wanted something. I said that I had simply closed the door, that there was a bell that I could ring if I needed something, and that I did not feel comfortable with him storming in as he had. In a raised voice he demanded I step outside. I refused. In like manner he stated he was calling the police. He repeated that I step outside. I refused by now feeling very scared for my personal safety. I mean this person is a hunter who keeps guns on his property. He kept calling me lady in a way that did not make me feel like a lady. I reminded him that I was a paying client and at the very minimum he could address me by my name. Jude appeared. When he again demanded I step outside, and that he was calling the police, I told him I intended to call my husband to return. I have never felt so intimidated and threatened. My son tried to de-escalate the situation. They then insisted we leave! I refused saying we had done nothing wrong. On reflection I believe they wanted us to leave because that would have made them look better if we complained. The privacy issue came up and we made our concerns known. We do not accept their claim that the door was heavy and did not close, as it was made from MDF and was light as. Paul unconvincingly asserted that sole use did not mean exclusive use. We disagree, they are synonymous and they never drew this distinction to us at the time of booking.
The no cooking issue came up. They acknowledged that we had been good guests and that we were clean and tidy. Paul then openly blamed Asians for bad cooking experiences, and simultaneously Jude openly criticised local New Zealanders as being their worst and most demanding clients. If it wasn’t so serious I would have laughed as I fell under both damning categories.
Paul continued with his confrontational manner accusing me of lying by saying that he had stormed through the door, and claiming he was entitled to call the police because this was harmful to him. It was unbelievable! I pointed out the inappropriateness of him walking into the lodge unannounced when there were 2 females getting changed, one of them being a teenage girl. He offered no apology to demonstrate insight of how this might have come across, and the safety issues that arise for guests. It also failed to recognise that we had paid a significant amount of money to feel safe and have our basic privacy.
From that point on we were frozen out, and they behaved to the extreme. The rooms were not serviced, other than towels being changed. Beds were left unmade and bathroom rubbish bins unemptied. No hand soap was provided, (from the outset). Our devices showed that they came into the lodge when we weren’t there during the day, when they would have seen that all the rooms were left open with valuable IT gear lying around. On Saturday evening after being out for most of the day we discovered they had locked the adjoining door. There was no breakfast food put out, or even a polite note to say we could just help ourselves. All this for $1214- we would have been better off in a hotel/motel where staff knock on your door, and service your room as a matter of course. On departure they made no effort to communicate with us, despite making their physical presence known outside the building at 0900 hours. It felt creepy and weird.
There are better places to stay in Timaru. These people were shocking hosts, taking our money and then shifting all the posts to suit them. Service was all about them and not us. It is all very well to offer pleasant surroundings but poor service is a killer to repeat business. We were not demanding guests and simply asked for our family privacy which was denied despite paying a huge price for it. We stand by our experience as being hugely shoddy and one that travellers must be warned about.
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Date of stay: July 2016
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
2.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
1.0 of 5 bubblesService
Trip type: Travelled on business
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KerryThied wrote a review Nov 2016
Sydney, Australia16 contributions4 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
After a long day travelling, we arrived at Jude& Paul's gorgeous B&B which was nestled a short drive out of Timaru town centre. Jude welcomed us and showed us around their beautiful property complete with deer at the back fence and an amazing view from the lounge room. Our beautiful bedroom and ensuite were cosy and so comfortable. Breakfast and conversation with other guests made it such a warm and inviting experience with Jude providing plenty of hints and suggestions (plus a great breakfast!) before we headed off. Great experience and we're already planning to go back and stay for a while. Thanks Jude and Paul!
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Date of stay: November 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Very quiet location so no noise at all. Ours had a little garden setting/patio. So peaceful.
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 6 Dec 2016
Hi Kerry, Thanks for your great review, it was lovely to meet you both and we really enjoyed talking to you as well as the other guests - it is always great to see everyone interacting and enjoying themselves over breakfast. So glad you enjoyed your stay here, the deer always enjoy the extra attention and yes it is a lovely peaceful outlook from the lounge. We will look forward to your return! Kind Regards Jude & Paul McLauchlan
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shocking1experience wrote a review Jul 2016
Sydney, Australia16 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jude and Paul have a beautiful BnB that is always comfortable and private. Jude always supplies a wonderful breakfast and is wonderful to chat with.

The accommodation - the bedroom is tastefully done with the bathroom being one of my favorites in all my travels, as the shower has a pebble floor that is wonderful.

It is situated just out of Timaru, but close enough to go into town for meals.
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Date of stay: June 2016
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
5.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: Really comfortable room
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 16 Jul 2016
Thanks again for your wonderful review, always a pleasure to have our repeat guests back it always makes us smile! Kind Regards Jude & Paul
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HCY wrote a review Mar 2014
Vancouver, Canada299 contributions98 helpful votes
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4.0 of 5 bubbles
We were warmly welcomed by Judy upon arrival. Our King ensuite was well appointed, spacious, and very comfortable with a patio, nice bathroom and big shower stall. Heated floors, toiletries, slippers, robes, chocolates, and bottled water were nice touches. There was also an extra twin bed in the room, perfect for small families or group of friends. There is a communal kitchen and TV area. Good breakfast - there was cereal, yogurt, fruit, and you can make yourself eggs. By the way, almost all the eggs in NZ are free range - what a treat! Free parking and wifi. Deer on property. We stayed 1 night and paid NZD210 for our room which was reasonable and well worth it. Paul gave us some great pointers at breakfast - we took up his advice to visit the Catlins for a night. Thank you Judy and Paul!
For nearby dining, we ate at Speight's Ale House and had their Ale House Loaf - to die for!!
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Date of stay: February 2014
4.0 of 5 bubblesValue
5.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
4.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
5.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
5.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: All rooms would be lovely!
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airbus0320 wrote a review Mar 2013
Kiwi161 contributions69 helpful votes
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Glendeer Lodge is marketed as an up market lodge catering for international guests. Well the place was closed when I arrived at 2.30pm after driving for 8 hours. The room was good, comfortable and the bathroom had a great shower but slippers? Most hotels in this price range would have had a dressing gown. Breakfast was a do it yourself affair, a few containers of cereal were left out and a toaster to make your own toast. A kettle was provided to make yourself a hot drink, reminded me of a backpacker stay. I don't know about the staff, never saw them when I left.
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Date of stay: March 2013
2.0 of 5 bubblesValue
4.0 of 5 bubblesRooms
3.0 of 5 bubblesLocation
4.0 of 5 bubblesCleanliness
2.0 of 5 bubblesService
4.0 of 5 bubblesSleep Quality
Trip type: Travelled solo
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 12 Mar 2013
To Mr G, I am very sorry that you were so disappointed with our property as we have taken allot of pride and care to keep our standards very high and we reguarly cater for very high end guests who come back every year to stay with us. The reason that I wasn't there to greet you was that I had to go into town to get my 6 year old son from school, I did leave a note on the door and was only away for 20 minutes or would you have rather I left him in the playground on his own. I do not provide bathrobes as I feel they are very unhygienic unless laundered properly, and to be honest in the 7 years we have been running our business nobody has ever complained about not having one. Our breakfast is far from a 'backpackers' affair, I provide an exceptionally wide range of good quality muesli, cereals, fresh fruit, wholegrain breads and I am sorry that I wasn't there to make toast for you. I believe your review is completely inconsistent with the many other wonderful reviews we have which truly reflect our level of commitment to our wonderful clients. Thank you for your feedback, it has been well thought over believe you me. Jude McLauchlan
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Eva Pons Lluvià wrote a review Sept 2019
13 contributions9 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
It has been the best Bed&Breakfast we have been in New Zealand.
The house is big and very new. All the fourniture is made for the owner of high quality and very good design.
We have a kitchen for us.
The room was big and the bathroom had a nice shower. The breakfast was good and variety.
The house is in the middle of a very large land with deers.
It was a really nice stayed.

Thank you Jude&Paul
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Response from Jude M, Owner at Glendeer Lodge
Responded 30 Sept 2019
Hi there, Thank you for your kind words, so glad you had a wonderful stay and enjoyed our B&B! We hope you enjoyed your visit to New Zealand. Kind Regards Jude
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kaptainkruft wrote a tip Aug 2019
Gold Coast, Australia37 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"The Garden View room is excellent."
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tiarksy wrote a tip Jan 2019
9 contributions3 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"All 3 rooms really nice."
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Okiwa Bay Lodge wrote a tip Aug 2018
Anakiwa, New Zealand103 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Room with direct access to private courtyard"
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Lee-Anne S wrote a tip Jan 2018
Sydney, Australia70 contributions8 helpful votes
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Garden View Room is best."
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gerry m wrote a tip Nov 2017
1 contribution
5.0 of 5 bubbles
"Comfort at its Best"
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Frequently Asked Questions about Glendeer Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Glendeer Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Te Ana Māori Rock Art (4.0 km), South Canterbury Museum (4.0 km), and Aigantighe Art Gallery (4.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Glendeer Lodge?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, free breakfast, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Glendeer Lodge?
Top room amenities include a refrigerator, a desk, and a seating area.
What food & drink options are available at Glendeer Lodge?
Guests can enjoy free breakfast and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Glendeer Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Glendeer Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Oxford, The Speight’s Ale House, and Zest.
Is Glendeer Lodge accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.
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