Otto`s Room

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This room is named after the original proprietor, Otto Anderson, who originated from Sweden. As well as being the Theatre Royal publican for 25 years, Otto was also a miner. He died of injuries sustained from a rockfall, whilst mining at Payn`s Gully in 1901. He is buried in Kumara.

This is an elegant room with deep burgundy and green wallpaper, Victorian writing desk, plush carpet, velvet drapes and an “olde worlde” charm.

This is an upstairs room.

Amenities include

  • One queen-sized brass bed
  • Television with Sky and  DVD player
  • Writing desk
  • Tea and coffee-making facilities
  • Free Wifi
  • Wall-mounted Econo heating
  • Telephone

Ensuite

  • Twin basins with hand crafted vanity top
  • Shower
  • Complimentary bathroom products
  • Hairdryer

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