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Guest suite in Mosgiel
Private Guest Suite, Mosgiel
Located on the edge of Mosgiel is our private suite, attached to our home situated in 5 acres. All the benefits of being rural but only 2 minutes by car to Mosgiel New World and shops. 15 minutes drive to Dunedin airport Or Dunedin city. No street noise so a very peaceful place to stay. You have your own living space, bedroom, bathroom, car park and patio to relax outside. Sofa bed in the living area sleeps two. Great place to enjoy the stars at night with no street lights. Unlimited Wifi.
$65 per night
Apartment in Dunedin
The Terminus: Inner-City Heritage Apartment 7
Our inner city one bedroom apartment is in easy walking distance of all the city's attractions, cafes, restaurants and shops and offers park views. Contemporary and private with fully equipped kitchen and cosy, quiet bedroom with comfy king size bed, black out blinds and private balcony. Easy parking options. Lift access to all levels. Continental breakfast for first morning provided. New to the building! - Moiety Restaurant Urbn Vino, Urban Winery & Soon to open - a delicious bakery!
$120 per night
Guest suite in Dunedin
Private Apartment Mosgiel
Welcome to my pet friendly Airbnb. To ensure you feel comfortable when you come to stay, I'm allowing 1 day between bookings to enable a deep clean. The apartment is at the back our house. You have your own bedroom, living space, kitchenette, bathroom, carpark and rear garden. Central location, walk to the supermarket, shops & eateries. Unlimited Wi-Fi, Freeview, Chromecast and continental breakfast included. Only a 15 minute drive to Dunedin city or airport.
$74 per night

Stay near Mosgiel's top sights

Countdown Mosgiel4 locals recommend
Wal's Plant Land and Fun Land and Cafe8 locals recommend
Nellies Wine Bar & Restaurant4 locals recommend

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Sunny Waverley Studio with amazing harbour views
$71 per night
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St Clair, Private Unit. Only 500m to the beach
$80 per night
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The Studio St Clair ~ Architectural Guest House
$108 per night
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Seaside Studio
$65 per night
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Contemporary elegant apartment
$89 per night
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Highly rated coastal chic in St Clair
$84 per night
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Private Secluded Hideaway near Beach. Free parking
$62 per night
Guest suite in Dunedin
Easy walk to St Clair beach
$88 per night
Apartment in Dunedin
Self-contained inner-city Studio "The Stables 1"
$59 per night
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Private Studio Apartment In Maori Hill.
$63 per night

Quick stats about vacation rentals in Mosgiel

Total rentals

50 properties

Wifi availability

50 properties include access to wifi

Rentals with dedicated workspaces

10 properties have a dedicated workspace

Family-friendly rentals

20 properties are a good fit for families

Total number of reviews

1.7K reviews

Nightly prices starting at

$20 before taxes and fees

Your guide to Mosgiel

All About Mosgiel

Located just outside of the city of Dunedin on the eastern shores of New Zealand’s South Island, Mosgiel feels a lot like an English rural town, complete with picturesque houses, soaring oak trees, hawthorn hedges, and narrow roads. Formerly a center for the wool industry, today it’s a relaxing base to explore the hilly countryside.

A series of rugged beaches dot the coast nearby. Visitors often take a side trip to the historic village of Outram, which was once the location of a river ferry crossing that took hopeful prospectors to the region’s gold mines. Another unique attraction near Mosgiel is Woodside, a late-19th-century Tudor Renaissance-style mansion in North Dunedin designed by one of New Zealand’s first well-known architects.

The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Mosgiel

Even with its variable weather, Mosgiel is a great place to visit all year long, thanks to its wide array of activities and attractions. Because New Zealand is in the Southern Hemisphere, the seasons are opposite to what you might be used to. During the summer (December to February), you can explore the stunning beauty of the Otago Peninsula or spend hours relaxing on one of the nearby beaches. If you want to avoid crowds, the shoulder seasons are great options, and you can expect fall foliage in the countryside. Weather can be a bit unpredictable, so make sure to bring plenty of layers and an umbrella. It can get surprisingly chilly in the winter (June through August), but this is the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the nearby college town of Dunedin, which has fascinating museums and great options for dining and nightlife.

Top things to do in Mosgiel

Otago Museum

With one of the largest museum collections in New Zealand, this fascinating natural history museum is home to thousands of marine and bird specimens as well as two complete moa eggs, the giant prehistoric flightless bird that used to roam the countryside. There are exhibits showcasing the peoples and cultures of Oceania, including an extensive collection of Māori cultural artifacts such as carved woodworks and delicately woven clothing.

Otago Peninsula

This hilly peninsula covered in emerald-green grass is home to penguins, royal albatrosses, and rare New Zealand sea lions. A wide range of hiking trails throughout the 12-mile-long peninsula offer sweeping views of the rolling hills and the South Pacific. You can kayak around the peninsula for a more intimate look at the turquoise waters and sheer cliff faces, and for a chance to see the wildlife up close.

Tunnel Beach

This beautiful, rugged beach is just 15 minutes away from Mosgiel. One of the joys of coming to Tunnel Beach is the pathway that leads down 500 feet below street level to the beach. The mile-long trail takes you through a hand-carved archway past blooming wildflowers to the beach, surrounded by sandstone cliffs carved by the waves. You’ll want to explore the beach’s dramatic rock arches and fascinating caves.

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