Miners Lane Room
Miners Lane, (which still exists today in Clyde) was the track which the miners would use to climb up from the river to the Hotel after a hard day’s work. With up to 40,000 miners working shoulder to shoulder along the river bank between Clyde and Cromwell it was a very busy lane as it also led up to the gold Assay Office and Naylor’s store, which sold provisions.
Separate and beside the main house in our garden area are two units. Each unit has a queen bed and a single. The Miners Lane room can sleep up to 4 by request with extra charges applying. Ensuite with shower over bath. TV, microwave.