Grant's Farm is an excellent choice for travelers visiting Dunedin, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Internet access is offered to guests, and rooms at Grant's Farm offer a kitchenette.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular park like Chingford Park, which is a short distance from the bed and breakfast.
Enjoy your stay in Dunedin!
This would be probably our bestest stay in NZ. Managed by Jeanette and Tom, they are perfect hosts and will ensure that you have a memorable stay in Dunedin. Jeanette took time and gave us a tour of their property which is quite huge. They have a sheep farm and a hangar where you can see some microlight planes - all built by Tom himself. Jeanette supplied us with home made croissants and fresh strawberries every morning for breakfast. All the regular breakfast supplies such as milk, bread, cereals and spreads where stocked up and were replenished everyday. We would highly recommend staying with Jeanette and Tom if Dunedin is part of your itinerary.
I wish there were 10 stars available for the very rare exceptional experience. If so, I would give them all to Jeannette and Tom and their wonderful accommodations at Grant's Farm. We visited in October when there were lambs in the field with their mommas. This is a working farm, not a demonstration sort of the thing. We were able to wander thru the fields with the sheep. About the accommodations -- others have described it well, so I will just try to highlight different things. Jeannette and Tom could not have been more welcoming. I felt like I had made a new best friend. Any need was anticipated and then an extra mile. A couple of examples: there is a washing machine in the flat, but Jeannette asked if I needed her help with my laundry! She was growing rhubarb in her garden and when she found we liked it, she made a batch for the morning breakfast then again the next morning as we were set to leave she gave me a big container "for the trip". Local knowledge was readily shared which allowed us to make the most of our time in Dunedin. For example, I don't think we would have gone to visit the Albatross Center without their encouragement, and it turned out to be one of my favorites. Thank you Jeannette and Tom for a magical stay.…
We stayed 2 nights at Grants farm, located conveniently just outside Dunedin. It is close to the town of Mosgiel...great restaurant there called Weavers, and an easy 15 min drive into Dunedin on the motorway. Jeanette and Tom were great hosts. Croissants cooked and muffins delivered in morning, with everything needed in the cosy 2 bed room accomodation. The farm is small but private and a lamb feeding was organised next door for one of our kids. Lots of room to roam. Recommended if staying in Dunedin...far better than staying in town.
We visited in November of 2016. this place is amazing. It is so diverse in the things you get to see. the owner put on a magnificent sheep searing demonstration and talk. Then we traveled around in eight wheeled vehicles to see other things.
We were at grants farm while we were visiting Saint Louis. The children enjoyed feeding the goats with baby bottles, watching the live bird and elephant demonstrations, feeding the butterflies, and seeing all the other animals. I enjoyed the tram ride in listening to the history of Ulysses S Grant. Also it was very neat to see the baby Clydesdale's which are housed there. You get all that and more just for the price of parking!!