Directions to Arden Street House B & B
Coming from Christchurch (North): Follow the main highway downhill towards Dunedin. At the bottom of the hill take the first left, signposted "George Street." Immediately take the first right into Banks Street. Travel 300 meters to traffic lights (Botanic Gardens are ahead on your right). Turn left onto North Road. Drive approx. 300 meters, take the first right up Glendining Ave. to the top where you'll come to Arden Street. Arden Street House is immediately to your front left.
Coming from the Airport (South): Follow the signs to Timaru along the one way system through town. Once through the city you'll see a sign saying "Left to Timaru" or "Straight through to North East Valley." Follow straight through and you'll immediately come to a stop sign. Go straight through to the traffic lights onto North Road. Drive approx. 300 meters, take the first right up Glendining Ave. to the top where you'll come to Arden Street. Arden Street House is immediately to your front left.
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