Dunedin, New Zealand

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The "Edinburgh of the South", DUNEDIN (pronounced Dun-EEdin), takes its name from the Gaelic translation of its Scottish counterpart, with which it also shares street and suburb names (and rain). Founded by Scottish settlers, its heyday arrived when it became the commercial centre for the gold-rush towns of nearby Central Otago, leaving an enduring legacy of imposing Gothic Revival architecture fashioned from volcanic bluestone and creamy limestone, including grand villas that climb the hills around the town. Although its population of around 115,000 spreads beyond the hills and surf …
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Abbey Lodge Hotel

Hospitality at its best is the mission of top hotel Abbey Lodge at 900 Cumberland Street, Dunedin. Whether your stay is for business or pleasure, the friendly team of staff at Abbey Lodge are dedicated to ...