The McCallum Residence® offers luxury accommodation for up to 18 guests for a minimum of two nights. You have complete exclusivity of The McCallum Residence® during your stay with us. A Butler and private Chef attend to your guests’ needs, tailoring menus and activities to your liking, creating this experience personal to you. This grand residence has nine luxury suites, each with their own ensuite. Eight suites upstairs with one suite on the ground floor designed for the elderly or less mobile. Most of our suites can be arranged into a twin king single configuration.
Exclusive use of the entire The McCallum Residence® from $9000.00 per night
- Luxury Accommodation
- Up to 18 guests
- Gentry style continental and cooked breakfast each morning
- Morning and afternoon tea
- Complementary Clevedon Coast Oysters®
- As we are the home of the Clevedon Coast Oysters® our resident chef will prepare the freshest oysters to your liking.
- Butler & Maid service
- The McCallum Residence® team and I will facilitate your stay and assist your every need.
- Bottled Water
- Tea & Coffee
There is extra sleeping to all suites available on request
The brides pick or head of a corporate event. The bathroom has a relaxing setting looking out over the ocean. This suite also has a double shower.
Has a nautical feel with views over the front lawn and ocean, and with a private ensuite.
This is an elegant suite with wide views of the ocean, capturing the morning sun.
This suite offers views over the grand entrance and to the ocean. This suite was once the nursery and is decorated in the traditional McCallum tartan.
These are a series of three suites that can be treated as a one bedroom or a two bedroom suite with a private sitting suite. These suites look out over the grand entrance and the sitting suite is equipped with a fridge and dishwashing drawer.
The Bee Tender
This suite looks out over the grand entrance. By adding this suite to the Bee suite through an interconnecting door, you can have a two bedroom suite.
This suite looks to the South of the property and is a McCallum family favorite. The antiques and setting make you feel like you are stepping back in time with a combination of colonial New Zealand and the McCallum’s Scottish heritage.
The suite looks over the garden and has a rustic feel cleverly mixed with soft creams and blues to make a very cosy serene suite hideaway with a gas fireplace. It was once the traveler’s suite.
The only downstairs bedroom has been modified for the comfort of the less mobile or those wanting more privacy. It has direct access to an accessibility bathroom and to the terrace that overlooks the sea and the Chef’s private garden. The suite has a small sitting area with a gas fireplace.
The Formal Dining Room
The Residence has an elegant dining suite with seating for 14 guests around a large dining table with side tables to seat smaller groups, seating a total of 22 people. It has an open fireplace that provides a cosy atmosphere for talking about the day’s events.
This great lounge has large windows with access to the terrace and deck providing indoor-outdoor flow and extensive ocean views. Fitted with a bar and comfortable couches, it is a great location to unwind or plan your adventures. The suite is fitted out with an entertainment system with Sky Television so you won’t miss your favorite sporting event. Ideal for a small conference or private business meeting.
The Residence is fitted out with a commercial kitchen and a Private Chef to go with it. From a fine dining five-course set menu with wine to match to a causal Kiwi style BBQ on the beach, the choice is yours!
The chef can prepare light snack options on request while the Butler takes care of all beverage needs. There are no self-catering facilities on site – refer to our Cuisine page for dinner options.
The Entrance and Landing
There are multiple nooks and crannies with comfortable seating and a coffee and tea station to provide ample space to catch up. These suites are fitted out with a range of antique furnishings and paintings that date back to the 17th Century.