Enjoy true Southland hospitality at Ashlar Motel. We are happy to share our local knowledge to make your stay as enjoyable as possible.
Stay in the heart of Invercargill.
Ashlar Motel is a 7-minute walk from Rugby Park Stadium, a 5-minute drive from both Stadium Southland and Queens Park Golf Course, and a 10-minute drive from Invercargill domestic airport. The motel offers serviced apartments, which include a flatscreen TV with satellite channels. Most accommodation types feature a fully-equipped kitchen. Free WiFi and free on-site parking are also available.
It features elegant rooms with a fridge, a seating area and TV with DVD player. Other comforts include a kettle, a stove and kitchenware for self-catering.
Located in Invercargill City Centre district of Invercargill, Ashlar Motel offers warm atmosphere and is near South African War Memorial. Additional amenities include laundry, room service and ironing service.
Our motel offers you all the services you need to enjoy an excellent stay in the mild Mediterranean climate and a high quality of services.
When you stay with us, your parking is complimentary, and you can come and go as you please.
Wireless internet is available in the entire motel for free.
We Wanted to Provide convenience for guests so we will provide the laundry services.
We offer a delicious breakfast that focuses on quality, ecology, health and, not least, good taste.
Both my partner and i have had the best time and the owners are really lovely and i would recommend this place to my friends
Nice little motel, lovely hosts and convenient for shops. Comfortable, clean, tea and coffee plus milk and sugar supplied. Tv, good heating and lovely shower facilities. Will stay again.
Very friendly staff and so helpfully definitely stay there again thank you Ashlar motel for a stress free time
A major landmark in Invercargill, the Water Tower was built in 1889. Combining utility with adornment, it was built to support the city’s first high- pressure water supply tank. It was designed by consulting engineer William Sharp, and built by Matthew and Hugh Mair.