Set on the main street in the beautiful township of Roxburgh in Central Otago, Dalton’s Deed is a historic cottage built around 1866 and retains the rustic charm of a traditional stone cottage.
This schist cottage was built around 1866 by Daniel Dalton, a stonemason from Leicestershire, England. Danial Dalton’s 13-year-old son William owned the land the cottage was built on.
Where is Daltons Deed?
Dalton’s Deed is located in Roxburgh, Central Otago, New Zealand.
How do I Get to Dalton's Deed?
Dalton’s Deed is a short drive from the Roxburgh shopping area.
Facilities at Dalton's Deed
Under the veranda at the front is a fantastic place for relaxing, reading, enjoying a glass of wine, or just sitting and watching the world go by.
If you love cottage charm and peaceful surroundings, this is the place to be. This two-bedroom cottage also contains a sitting room, dining room, bathroom, and kitchen.
The quaint dining room is conveniently located next to the kitchen.
The kitchen contains what you need to create a culinary feast.
The main bedroom contains a queen bed.
The second bedroom contains two single beds.