Not just a golf course - extensive dining and ‘play options’ open to Public. Smiths whisky bar (outside, open fires), Hole In One cafe (duck pond & putting green) Kobe Japanese restaurant, Millhouse Restaurant (more formal), kids playgrounds & trampoline, tennis courts, spa (excellent), duck…
Another great spot with many options for F&B & great walking tracks throughout.
Millbrook Resort is a local luxury golf resort and offers five onsite restaurants. The Clubhouse overlooking the lush greens will set the scene for your morning coffee and delicious buffet breakfast, whilst the Hole In One Café offers all day dining options for guests and resort visitors alike. As…
A resort with 18 hole golf course, restaurants, gym and spa. Picturesque environment and easy, flat walking tracks.
For a special occasion, Millbrook have 3 restaurants to make a moment memorable, you will need to book. Kobe Cuisine (Japanese), Millbrook restaurant and The Hole in One Cafe (just turn up for this).
“With a backdrop of 2300 vertical metres of the Remarkables mountain range and an armchair view of an outstanding lake panoramas, Jack's Point Golf course is one of the most visually spectacular in the world. As an 18 hole par 72 championship course offers golfers an exciting challenge with five tee positions to choose from, providing all golfers an unforgettable golf experience.”
“Amazing ziplines (flying fox with harness) thorugh the trees from up top of the Skyline gondola to the bottom”
“These guys will get you going in the right direction for all kinds of fun activities in town. We recommend the Earnslaw trip and meal over at Walter Peak Station.”
“Looking for a irish pub, you've got it. There is music going on most of the time, especially on the week-end. A good place for lunch on the terrace and enjoy the lake view.”
“Everything about Amisfield reflects Central Otago, including the dramatic stone building that houses our acclaimed Bistro and Cellar Door. Our two-hatted restaurant experience takes you out of your culinary comfort zone, infusing an element of intrigue into everything we bring to the table. Since opening our doors in 2005, the Bistro has become an essential destination for gourmands and vinophiles. With its pitched copper roof, recycled timberwork and remarkable stonemasonry, the building cuts a silhouette as sharp as the mountains that guard it. Inside you’ll discover welcoming New Zealand hospitality, fireside and alfresco dining, flawless service and a backdrop of breathtaking beauty. ”