Overlooking Lake Te Anau on New Zealand's South Island, Fiordland Lodge is the perfect base for discovering the mountains and fiords of Fiordland National Park


Fiordland Lodge overlooks Lake Te Anau and the mountains of Fiordland National Park. The boutique lodge accommodates just 27 guests, with two standalone log cabins offering space for a unique family stay. The lodge architecture showcases the surrounding environment, with striking timber beams, riverstone fireplace, and high ceilings and vast window frames inviting in that lake view. Suites feature king beds and open onto a patio or balcony. Your stay at Fiordland Lodge includes daily breakfast and dinner, with experience options nearby ranging from cruising Lake Te Anau and Doubtful Bay, to hiking the nearby Milford and Kepler Tracks.

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Lodge Room at Fjordland Lodge, Te Anau
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What's Included
  • Daily breakfast
  • Daily dinner
  • Includes 15% NZ GST

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Location & Access

Located 5km from Te Anau, overlooking Lake Te Anau and Fiordland National Park. Access from Queenstown (2 hours drive) or Milford Sound (1.5 hours drive).

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What You Need to Know
Best Room

Executive Suite or Deluxe Lodge Room for their elevated views

Suitable For

Couples and families

Best Nearby Walk

Kepler Track heli-hike

Best Nearby Park

Fiordland National Park

Best Food & Wine Experience

Dinner in the lodge restaurant overlooking Lake Te Anau

Best Place for Relaxation

The outdoor hot tub under the stars


Year round. Please note a modified bar menu is served for dinner in July and August

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