Hubert House, New Zealand
Steeped in authentic history, we bring you a distinctive combination of historic elegance and contemporary service. Hulbert House offers a luxury, boutique accommodation experience suitable for all discerning international and domestic travellers. Each of the stunning rooms has its own independent character and each is named after a prominent individual in the Homesteads history.
From the Boult Suite named after Philip Burbage Boult who was granted the land in 1876 to the Firth Room named after Horatio Nelson Firth, whose family lived here between 1889 and 1901 at which point Firth was sent to prison for embezzlement.
Hulbert House has a New Zealand Historic Places covenant protecting its historical significance for future generations.
Your stay at Hulbert House includes a complimentary breakfast, refreshments during the day and pre-dinner drinks and canapes before guests head downtown to one of the many restaurants and bars.
Archerfield Room (A Premium Room)
The colour palate of Archerfield Room is gold and royal blue with white poppies and accents of red in the occasional chairs. Featuring luxurious linens, lavish decor and a rich gold drapery swath provide the finishing touch to the super king bed. A total space of 27 sq m.
Slumber in style and enjoy a gourmet breakfast in true luxury. With colour tones of purple, royal blue and gold, the Firth Room offers stunning views over Lake Wakatipu and up to the Skyline Gondola.
Firth Room (Grand Room)
The tariff for your Grand Room at Hulbert House includes continental and a la carte breakfast daily, mineral water, tea and coffee and snacks throughout the day. You can upgrade your stay in the Grand Suite by adding pre-dinner drinks and canapes to your booking at the confirmation and check-out stage.
Dressed in royal colours of purple, navy and gold with bay windows overlooking Lake Wakatipu and Skyline Hill. The Firth room is located on the ground floor and offering 44sq metres of space to relax in.