Motor Lodge in Dunedin, New Zealand
0800 503 883
+64 3 477 9073
Address:704 George Street
Alcala Motor Lodge Introduction
Gary and Maureen, your hosts at Alcala Motor Lodge, would like to extend to you a very warm welcome to their motor lodge in Dunedin.
You'll find everything you wish your accommodation to be at our motel in Dunedin.
Stay in our clean and fully self-contained units that are only a 10-minute walk from the central hub of the city.
Accommodation at our Motor Lodge in Dunedin
We have an exceptional choice of affordable accommodation for you at our motel in Dunedin.
Studios – 11 units with queen-size beds and an extra single bed in most units too.
Apartments – 20 with queen-size beds and a range of additional single beds, and one special apartment comes with a king-size bed.
Each unit at our motor lodge in Dunedin offers:
- Complimentary tea and coffee
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Television and Sky TV
- Radio and alarm clock
- Electric blankets
- Excellent heating
- Shower and shub bath
- Spa bath in studio and one-bedroom unit
- Iron and ironing board
Dunedin is a spectacular southern location—with clear blue-green ocean, a score of white sand beaches sheltered by towering cliffs and a quiet landlocked harbour sprinkled with small bush-clad islands.
An endearing city of classical architecture and quiet adventure, where else can you ascend the world's steepest street, view a Monet, take lunch in a 19th century castle and see the world's rarest penguins waddling along the beach?
Taiaroa Head is the world's only mainland albatross breeding colony, amazingly within sight of the city's skyscape. Visit the Royal Albatross Centre for an insight into these majestic ocean wanderers.
Taiaroa Head is also the location of Fort Taiaroa and a rare Armstrong Disappearing Gun. There is a large colony of shags perched on the cliffs below.
You can also visit the home of the world's rarest penguin, the yellow-eyed penguin.
The Otago Peninsula has New Zealand fur seals and you may see young pups performing acrobatics in the tidal pools. Visit the New Zealand Marine Studies Centre at Portobello.
Dunedin is world-famous for its surfing with spectacular surf beaches just minutes from the city. Mountain biking and walking tracks are all around the city.
There are 12 golf courses in the region, with one of the country's top link courses situated just five minutes from the city.
You can fish off the coast, catch salmon in the harbour and there's trout in Lake Mahinerangi and the Taieri and Waikouaiti rivers.
Dunedin's Botanic Gardens is New Zealand's oldest botanic garden, opened in 1869. It remains one of the country's finest with an extensive rose garden, Japanese garden, bird aviary and the famous rhododendron dell.