Beersheba offers guests a luxurious Invercargill accommodation – with a self-contained cottage for those wishing for an exclusive use experience. Stylish leather suites, elegant furnishings, and quality linens - Beersheba is accommodation created to meet the needs of the discerning traveller.
Beersheba Estate is tucked away on a semi-rural property on the outskirts of Invercargill, New Zealand’s southernmost city. The area is known for its rich art and heritage with plenty of Victorian, Edwardian and Art Deco buildings. Immerse in New Zealand culture with a visit to local art galleries or the recently opened He Waka Tuia museum and art space. There are plenty of places to visit to make your stay exciting – in town, you’ll find many shops, lively bars and restaurants that serve up a variety delicious dishes. Petrol heads are catered for with a visit to the internationally renowned truck collection at Bill Richardson’s Transport World. If trills on two wheels is your passion a visit to Motorcycle Mecca is a must. Local legend Burt Munro’s original Indian bike is also on display at E Hayes hardware store.For those who love nature, enjoy a walk at Oreti Beach or marvel at the native wonders of Waituna Wetlands and Omaui or talk a bush walk at Seaward Bush only minutes away from Beersheba.
A destination in itself, Beersheba is the perfect place to unwind. Four acres of ponds and beautiful woodland gardens, frequented by native birds such as tuis, fantails, and woodpigeons, surround this expansive luxury accommodation in Invercargill. The property was designed and nurtured to be your private, serene escape from the rush of the world.
While the location is the ideal place for a restful sleep and a peaceful retreat, it is still ideally situated to access some of the best places Southland has to offer. The property is 5 minutes’ drive from Stadium Southland and is just 10 minutes from the city centre. The airport is a 15-minute drive away. Beersheba is also the ideal base to discover Southland’s natural attractions such as Fiordland, the Catlins and Stewart Island.
Whether you’re in the area to enjoy the city or are just wondering where to stay in Invercargill for your onward journey, we would love to host you. The Broad family have lived in the South for most of their lives and would be happy to recommend places to visit, activities to try and other local advice to guests.