Amazing Alpine and Lake Views
Encompassing amazing, 360 surround alpine and lake views Alpine Views is the perfect holiday retreat.
Alpine Views is a spacious four bedroom, two bathroom holiday home. Expansive deck areas offer guests the perfect views of snow capped mountains in winter and the fabulous alpine scenery in the summer.
Located just a short five minute drive from vibrant down town Queenstown and within walking distance to the shops and restaurants.
Embrace all Queenstown has to offer whilst staying at this conveniently located and beautifully appointed holiday home.
A large open plan kitchen is ideal for extended families travelling together and the cosy wood-burner is perfect for the winter months or enjoy outdoor bbq’s in the warmer months.
With double garage and off street parking it is the ideal Queenstown Retreat.

Alpine Views
Sleeps up to 10

2 x King Beds (or split 2 king singles)
1 x Queen Bed
2 x Single Beds
2 x Foldaway Beds available to sleep up to 10

Alpine Views Features and Facilities
All linen provided
Electric blankets
Fire wood supplied
Fireplace – wood
Full laundry facilities
Lake views
Mountain views
Sky TV
Underfloor heating
WiFi Internet

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Cancellation / Prepayment

CANCELLATIONS: Any cancellation request must be in writing and is only valid when We acknowledge receipt. . Regardless of whether travel has commenced, cancellations will incur charges. These can be up to 100% of the cost of the booking (including any taxes or incidental expenses). For International bookings Cancellation Fees will vary so please refer to your consultant. For Australian bookings, a min. fee of 15% of total booking will apply if cancelled outside of 60 days before travel date. If a booking is cancelled between 30 and 60 days of travel date a 50% fee applies and cancellations within 30 days of travel a 100% fee applies. See also REFUNDS below. REFUNDS: Refunds can not normally be made on any unused portions or components of a booking nor can components be substituted for alternative arrangements. Any refund requests must be in writing and made through your booking agent (where applicable). Neither agents nor suppliers are entitled to offer refunds on Our behalf. Refunds (including refunds for cancellations) are only available if and when We receive funds from the relevant suppliers. The amount refunded is subject to deduction of booking commissions, cancellation charges, currency fluctuations and any costs incurred.

Accepted credit cards

CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS- surcharges apply to credit card payments:1.65% for MasterCard, Visa and Bankcard. 3.3% for American Express.


  • Heating
  • Ironing Facilities
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry
  • Private Bathroom
  • Seating area
  • TV
  • WiFi

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New Zealand, Queenstown

New Zealand, Queenstown

Queenstown is the Southern Hemisphere’s premier lake and alpine region. Set on the shores of Lake Wakatipu and surrounded by mountains, Queenstown is the perfect destination for your snow holiday. With stunning scenery and a variety of activities it is one of the most popular snow destinations in New Zealand. From Queenstown you can access both Coronet Peak and The Remarkables making it the perfect base for any level of skier or boarder.

For an easy way to travel around Queenstown itself, Connectabus offers a 7 day unlimited pass that allows unlimited travel on Queenstown buses, including the airport bus.

Sports and nature

Sports and natureQueenstown is the perfect location for all! With over 200 wineries in the area, weekly craft markets, art galleries and museums, cinemas and so much more!! No one is left out! Adrenaline Junkies can have a go at bungee jumping, canyon swinging, river surfing or Jet boating! While the day spa's welcome those want to relax and be pampered.


NightlifeSettle in for the evening at a cosy wine bar or a friendly pub, or gear up and go bar-hopping in central Queenstown, discovering the best and busiest clubs on the way. Queenstown bars and clubs often have live music and DJs as well as great drink specials. There's a party atmosphere in Queenstown any night of the week, so get out to the bars and clubs and enjoy it!

Culture & history

Culture & historyFor many years people have been drawn to the beautiful lake and alpine areas around Queenstown starting with early Maori who came in search of Pounamu (greenstone). European settlers followed with their sights set on fertile grazing land. They discovered a whole lot more when gold was found in the region’s waterways. When the gold rush hit the region in the 1860s, it marked the start of an ongoing international fascination with the Queenstown region.

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