Just minutes from Invercargill’s CBD, Beersheba Boutique Accommodation has been running as a successful Bed and Breakfast since 2005 by owners Mike and Anne Broad. While an early retirement may have been on the cards when the pair sold their Southland farm in 2003, they are now finding themselves busier then ever. Whether it be hosting an array of guests from all over the world, or beginning their landscaping business, Mike and Anne’s passion has always been for Southland, and their next venture is the one which they find themselves the most excited about!
In 2011 Mike and Anne decided to re-brand under the name ‘Beersheba Estate’, and have teamed up with Internationally renown glass sculptor Phil Newbury for an exhibition to celebrate this new chapter. With a passion for people, entertainment, great food and culture, Mike and Anne are excited to open the grounds of Beersheba as a venue for garden exhibitions, weddings, and community events, as well as the continuation of the Bed and Breakfast. With plenty more dreams for further development Mike and Anne, along with the rest of the Broad family, would love the privilege of hosting you at Beersheba!
A destination in itself, Beersheba is the perfect place to unwind. Alternatively, Beersheba is the ideal base to discover Southland’s natural attractions such as Fiordland, the Catlins and Stewart Island. Beersheba Boutique Accommodation is tucked away on a semi rural property on the outskirts of Invercargill, New Zealand’s southernmost city. Four acres of ponds and beautiful woodland gardens, frequented by native birds such as tuis, fantails and woodpigeons, surround our expansive home. Luxurious accents abound in our bed and breakfast guest rooms and self-contained cottage. Stylish leather suites, elegant furnishings and quality linens – Beersheba is accommodation created to meet the needs of the discerning traveler. The distinctive stained glass entrance, created by New Zealand artist Phil Newbury, welcomes you into your accommodation.
We look forward to welcoming you at Beersheba!