Bell Hill Apartments, Dunedin

Bell Hill Apartments

Easy to love – hard to forget. Our three architecturaly desinged and newly built Bell Hill Apartments provide a calm, unruffled historically captivating stay, and an authentic Dunedin experience.

The redeveloped heritage building unveils a head-to-toe unforgettable stamp of great architecture, superb craftsmanship and inspirational interiors. The central city location means a short walk to everything, no car is needed leaving you time to wander around and relax and enjoy the city. Each apartment accommodates up to four guests with luxurious eclectic décor.

The two bedroom, two bathroom apartments are equipped with a full kitchen, a fridge offers up your breakfast items and there is free parking just downstairs.

Each apartment is named and has its own distinct style and story, ready to be explored and relaxed in. These apartments are perfect for a short or long stay and can sleep up to four people or five in one apartment) right in the heart of Dunedin.  The perfect base for exploring the delights of the South.

Bell Hill Apartments are located within Investment House, 462 Moray Place on the southern edge of The Octagon, Dunedin’s city centre.  Bars, restaurants, shopping and art galleries are a short walk away.  Onsite owner and manager to assist if required.


I delighted in my stay here at Bell Hill Apartments, enjoying the peace of the environment, in the Gaynor Clayton apartment, where I could work and read, make myself something to eat and enjoy great wifi and a smart TV.  Every little detail was well thought out, including the handmade amenities bars which were so lovely to use in the super stylish bathrooms, one up and one down.  There is also a laundry and convenient off street parking downstairs.  The CBD is right outside the front door and along with it access to the brilliant retail and cafés nearby.

I walked to dinner nearby at the divine Bacchus restaurant.  In the short walk around the block from the apartments, we passed many eateries and at night the First Church of Otago was lit up beautifully.  Louise Frend – Director Unique Stays & Experiences