Firth Room (Grand Room)
The Firth Room is named after Horatio Nelson Firth, the receiver of gold in Queenstown. Horatio Nelson Firth and his family lived here between 1889 and 1901 at which point Firth was sent to prison for embezzlement. At this point, his wife Catherine ran the property as a boarding house until it was sold to Winston Royston Ambler.
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.
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)