In 1886 the land that Hulbert house sits on was sold to Horatio Nelson Firth - the receiver of gold in Queenstown. Following the construction of the timber villa and the remodelling of the stone service range at the rear between 1889 and 1901 the house was the Firth family home, before Horatio Firth was sent to prison for embezzlement. It is from here that the Firth Suite draws its name.
With colour tones of purple, royal blue and pale green, the Firth Suite offers stunning views to Lake Wakatipu and up to Skyline Gondola, whether you're writing a novel at the antique desk or reclining in the day bed.
Super King Bed
Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
Bathrobes & Slippers
Turn Down Service
Bluetooth clock radio
Complimentary Arrival Refreshments
Pre-dinner Canapes & Refreshments
Iron & Ironing Board
e-Bikes (2 available)