There's no better place to enjoy your holiday than the charming Elm Tree House in stylish Merivale. It is so named because of the large weeping elm set amongst its spacious grounds. This large family house was built in 1920 by the England Brothers who were known at the time for their unique architectural style, and was later owned by Canterbury's Member of Parliament from 1925 to 1930. Native timbers and lead light windows are used throughout both storeys of this early New Zealand Colonial style home.
Breakfast is included in the tariff and tea,coffee, sherry and port are always available in our spacious guest lounge.
- Laundry service
- Phone and fax facilities
- Email and WWW access
- City bus service 50 metres from our gate
- Close to St Georges Hospital
- Take a mini shuttle bus or taxi from the airport or train station to our door for NZ$10 - NZ$12 per person.
- Relax to great music from our Whurlitzer Jukebox
- South Island travel planning