Combining sleek design with nature’s beauty, the newly launched mirrored pods at The Lindis may just be the perfect way to indulge in the incredible scenery New Zealand has to offer.
Designed to blend seamlessly into the natural landscape of the Ahuriri Valley, North Otago, these luxury accommodation pods are built with double-glazed mirrored glass walls offering uninterrupted views from the inside while appearing almost invisible from the outside.
Located on the 2428-hectare Ben Avon Station, the mirrored surfaces spectacularly reflect the natural surrounds of conservation parks, mountains and beech forest, along with the changing colours of the sky.
Inside, the one-way glass gives guests their own private sanctuary with 180-degree views of the scenic Ahuriri Valley. Each 20-metre-squared luxury pod features a king-sized bed, en-suite bathroom, outdoor gas-heated tubs and private decks, plus all of the lodge’s renowned world-class eco-amenities; and make use of opulent dark woods and black marble.
According to Sally Lilley, director at New Zealand In Depth, ‘This is the perfect destination for couples looking for the ultimate privacy and escape.’
Architect Noel Martin has also made sure to adopt the same sustainable design principles as the site’s main lodge with features including an onsite backup generator, efficient LPG boilers, geothermal heat pumps, rainwater harvesting systems and state of the art insulation.
‘Combine this with the wide range of activities from fly fishing and walking, to horse riding or e-biking; the world-class cuisine and breath-taking setting – this is a new highlight luxury travel experience in New Zealand,’ says Paul Carberry, founder of New Zealand In Depth.
There are currently three pods onsite catering for up to two guests in each, while another room has been added for up to six guests who can either take over the whole lodge exclusively, or just one of the pods as a private get-away.
A stay at the new The Lindis Pods is recommended as part of a ten-night luxury New Zealand adventure which can be organised by travel experts at New Zealand In Depth.
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