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Experience the heart and soul of Central Otago with the Olivers Collection

Where history meets kiwi hospitality

The historic buildings that make up the Olivers Collection began life in the 1860's, serving those who sought their fortune during the Otago goldrush. The age-old tradition of offering warm and welcoming hospitality continues on today.

Stay & Dine

Choose your preferred 'stay' option from our two distinct properties - Olivers Lodge & Stables or The Lord Clyde. Both properties offer high quality accommodation in an historic setting. We look forward to hosting you.

Olivers Lodge & Stables

Whether cycling nearby trails, enjoying a romantic escape into Otago's heartland, or a business retreat, the heritage listed buildings of Olivers boutique accommodation are a world away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

From 280 per night
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The Lord Clyde

Located in the historic heart of Clyde, just across the road from Olivers Restaurant, The Lord Clyde offers sophisticated, luxury accommodation within its 120-year-old stone walls.

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Olivers Restaurant & Bar

Fresh, seasonal flavours are the hallmark of cuisine at award-winning Olivers Restaurant. The warm and welcoming service within this unique historic building makes for an experience that can't fail to delight.

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Our Café & Brewery

The Merchant Cafe offers a delicious selection of items from a blackboard menu, as well as a great range of cabinet offerings made fresh on-site each day and ready to eat-in or take-away. Whilst here, taste our Victoria Store Brewery beers.

Victoria Store Brewery

The Victoria Store Brewery follows in the time-worn tradition of offering refreshment to locals and weary travellers alike.

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CAFE, BAKERY, DELI

Come and sit awhile and relax from the rush of the world, have a coffee and fresh local pastry in our courtyard, choose one of our hand-crafted beers or a wine from one of the vineyards nearby.

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