Pricing and Conditions

Per night $325.00 - $375.00
Cancellation Policy angle-down

If cancelled within 90 days there is a 25% payment, 30 days 50% payment and 24 hours 100% payment is required.If we can resell the room we will waive the payment.

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Pitches Store is a restored heritage building in historic Ophir, in the real Central Otago, one of the few remaining goldmining towns from the gold rush times. We have luxury bed and breakfast accommodation of 6 king ensuite rooms with crisp cotton bedlinen, mohair throws, luxury towels, robes, slippers and gorgeous New Zealand Nellie Tier toiletries. A spa is available for guests to relax in. We have a restaurant and bar open for lunch and dinner with indoor and outdoor dining. We are open from September to June: (7 days Labour weekend to 30 April and 5 days May, September to late October). We are close to the Otago Central Rail Trail, vineyards for wine tasting and tours, rivers for fishing and swimming and a 9 hole golf course.

Opening times

Business hours:
Summer (from 1 December to 1 May) Winter 10.00am - 4pm later Friday and Saturdays 1 September to Labour weekend and 1 May to Queens Birthday.
Months of operation:
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec


45 Swindon Street, Ophir, New Zealand.

plane Proximity to airport:
1 hour 30 mins to Queenstown Airport by car.
bus Proximity to coach terminal:
28 km in Alexandra.
decisions Proximity to town:
28 km to Alexandra.

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