Lake Manapouri Bed and Breakfast, Fiordland, New Zealand
+64 3 249 6640
Address:44 Cathedral Drive
Cathedral Peaks B&B Introduction
Janice and Neal, your friendly hosts, warmly welcome you to share Cathedral Peaks B&B, their recently built home and bed and breakfast in Fiordland.
Take advantage of the lake front location of our Lake Manapouri accommodation and relax and enjoy the majestic and stunning scenery.
Enjoy a Continental and cooked breakfast in the guest shared lounge/dining room overlooking Lake Manapouri.
Enquire with us about pricing options.
Our Lake Manapouri Bed and Breakfast in Fiordland
Our Lake Manapouri accommodation offers three en suite rooms with:
- Beds: one queen, one super-king/twin, one double
- Continental and cooked breakfast included in the tariff. Fruit basket and extras in your room
- Towels provided daily, serviced daily
- Pets not accepted
- Not suitable for children
- Access to computer and free Internet
From your room at our bed and breakfast in Fiordland you have fabulous views of Lake Manapouri, Cathedral Peaks, the Kepler or the Hunter mountains. The Guest shared lounge/dining room is great if travelling in a group.
Facilities at our Bed and Breakfast in Fiordland
- Alarm clock
- Electric blankets
- Electric heating
- Hairdryer and heated towel rail
- Outdoor seating
- Radio and TV
- Tea and coffee facilities
As one of the most dramatic and beautiful parts of New Zealand, Fiordland has achieved World Heritage status and is often called the Sightseeing and Walking Capital of the world.
You can explore Fiordland National Park by foot, sea kayak or boat, or take to the air and do it the flightseeing way. Fiordland National Park covers 1.2 million hectares and showcases dramatic wilderness on a grand scale.
Waterfalls tumble hundreds of metres into pristine, forested valleys, sheer-sided fiords slide gracefully into the sea, rare native birds and sea creatures go about their lives in a near-perfect world.
Famous walking trails in the region include the Milford, Kepler, Hollyford and Routeburn Tracks. In most cases you can head off on your own, and guides are available for some tracks.