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If you have any questions about our homestay accommodation, or if you want to make a booking, please contact Annabelle:

Ph: 027 406 9522
Em: accom.ostn@gmail.com

For accommodation rates please check the Farmstay or Stone Hut pages.

Rates 2023/2024
includes breakfast

Homestead B&B
Double/Twin rooms with ensuite
2 people $300
Single $230

Stone Hut
2 people $340
Single $250

Dinner at the Homestead costs $60 per person for a two course meal including wine/beer.

Please let us know if you have any specific dietary requirements or preferences prior to arrival.

Experience a Traditional New Zealand Farmstay - in Luxury

Farmstay visitors have a choice of accommodation in the Omarama Station homestead itself or the restored Stone Hut, a nearby cottage sited on the banks of the Omarama Stream.

Originally built in the 1860's the house, with its extensive veranda’s and large dining and sitting areas is considered a classic example of a High Country homestead. Following its complete renovation it now provides visitors with comforts such as heated floors, modern plumbing, plush carpet and bedding and a handcrafted wooden bar made from an old woolpress.

Country breakfast with your accommodation

A country style breakfast is included in the tariff and guests have a choice of joining the Subtil’s for dinner or sampling one of the restaurants in town. Regardless, guests are invited to enjoy a pre dinner drink with Richard and Annabelle.

Visitors are welcome to explore the area’ s nearby tracks and scenic walks. Richard and Annabelle will be happy to point out some excellent vantage points overlooking the braided Ahuriri River of the Mackenzie Basin with stunning views of the southern Alps in the background.

Stunning and tranquil farmstay

A tranquil farm environment, stunning scenery and luxurious home comforts whilst being treated to the best traditions of country hospitality – Omarama Station is a farmstay experience you will never forget.

Depending on your schedule Richard and Annabelle will always be able to take out to view aspects of the farming operation.

Website Photographs by Rob Tucker :: Site by SWD