Escape to Central Otago this summer and enjoy a day’s e-biking on the incredibly impressive new Lake Dunstan Cycle Trail, Amisfield Bistro & Cellar Door’s 5 course evening menu & 3 nights’ luxury accommodation at Stoneridge Estate.
The 55km Lake Dunstan Trail takes you from Smith’s Way, just out of Cromwell to Clyde along Lake Dunstan, the Kawarau River and the stunning Cromwell Gorge. Key features of the trail are the man-made landscapes, rich Māori and early pioneer history, abundant vineyards and cellar doors in Bannockburn and the Historical Precinct in Cromwell.
*3 Nights’ Accommodation in a Lodge Suite at Stoneridge Estate, Including:
-Complimentary cooked and/or continental breakfast each morning, served with barista made coffee
-Use of an outdoor hot tub & lap pool
-Complimentary Wine & local cheeseboard each afternoon
-Complimentary Queenstown airport transfers on request
-Trail Journeys Lake Dunstan Trail E-bike hire (1 day) + helmet, repair kit & pannier, shuttle transfer Queenstown to Cromwell (7:45am) + Clyde to Queenstown (5pm), morning tea+lunch pack (Full briefing provided prior to starting the trail + full itinerary and map to take)
-Amisfield Bistro & Cellar Door 5 course evening menu with snacks (wine pairing optional – not included)
-A Travel Guide Compiled by The Road Trip Including Our Top Tips for What to See and Do in the Queenstown Lakes Area
*Available 1st October 2021 to 30th April 2022
*The Cromwell Gorge section on the Lake Dunstan Trail between Cornish Point and Clyde is not suitable for very young children that require a tag-along, bike seat or trailer. Older children who are experienced riders should be okay but need enough fitness, gearing and bike skills to manage tight corners and some switch-back climbs.