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Twin Rivers Cottages

Twin Rivers Cottages

Twin River cottages provides quality accommodation on a working farm just five minutes drive from the town of Gore, in the heart of Southland and close to the very best fishing this region has to offer.

​An upmarket fully self-contained one bedroomed cottage - private, spacious and warm, featuring expansive rural views and is perfect for guests wanting independence and the chance to unwind.


Susan and Peter Jones


430 Waipahi Highway


Contact details

Phone: +64 0274385775 or 0274277503

Email: s.pjones@netspeed.net.nz

Web: www.twinrivercottages.co.nz

Fishing waters

Waters in the area include:


The Oreti River (photo supplied by Igor)


Twin Rivers Cottages are located on a working farm close to the Mataura River. The town of Gore with restaurants and cafes is also nearby.



The one bedroom cottage with sweeping lawns and manicured gardens can can sleep up to four people.

  • 1 super king or 2 king singles
  • All quality linen supplied
  • A large sofa bed in lounge
  • Private bathroom with heated floor, heated towel rail and walk-in shower
  • Full modern kitchen with fridge, freezer and dishwasher
  • Tea and coffee supplies, including a Nespresso coffee machine
  • Own laundry with washing machine
  • Heat pump for air conditioning and heating
  • Flat screen TV in living area and bedroom with Sky TV
  • Free Wifi access


Located on a working farm

Local attractions and activities

As well as the superb fishing, the local attractions include:

  • Stunning public gardens
  • Eastern Southland gallery with a large collection of works by John Money, Ralph Hotere and other NZ artists
  • Great cycle trails
  • A well maintained 18 hole golf course
  • The Croydon Aviation Heritage Centre

See more attractions in the area>>>

Indicative tariff as of June 1 2017

Cottage accommodation NZ$250 per night, minimum two night stay. 

To book or make an enquiry

As well as the superb fishing take time out to see a typical New Zealand sheep farm.




Your hosts Peter and Susan Jones

Luxury bedroom





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