Kia ora! Originally from Canada, we had been living for many years in Sydney, Australia. We discovered Lumsden on a Christmas vacation about 15 years ago and have been holidaying here ever since. …
Uhlala e- Lumsden, i-New Zealand
Okushiwo abanye okungu- 111
Great location. Very nicely set out room with some local touches to make it perfect!
Melanie's a great host - really good communication, gave really helpful instructions for check in and even left some fresh eggs in the kitchen for us! Comfortable room and easy parking and access.
The Royal Mail Hotel is a picturesque spot right in Lumsden. The room is furnished comfortably and quaintly. The bathroom is large and the bed is comfy. The whole hotel feels like an English manor.
When i booked this i must admit i just wanted affordable accommodation and having started in similar places before i didn't really expect much. So it was a very pleasant surprise to find this place…
I really enjoyed staying at the hotel! It was clean and dry and both the private room and the common areas felt very comfortable. If I'm ever back in town I'll be checking this place out again
Accommodation with a bit of a difference. Experience a bit of kiwi hospitality. Clean tidy and everything worked. Lovely relaxing spot
A great location to explore this beautiful area - very comfortable & clean & wonderful shared spaces - Melanie was very friendly & helpful . Highly recommended.
I found Melanie a delight to have stay, easy going good communication , understanding,
Thanks for staying Melanie Lovely Guest, Great Communication, Clean and Tidy Was a pleasure having you stay Melanie - we are glad you had a relaxing weekend and enjoy the rest of your time…
Friendly guest and easy to talk to left the house as they found it would recommend to other air bnb
Overall looked good. Guest leave room clean and tidy. Recommend to all hosts
Lovely couple and perfect guests!. Great to talk to, interesting people. We would highly recommend them to all other airbnb hosts. They took care of our home as if it were their own.