Mosgiel sits on the outskirts of Dunedin, 15km from the city centre. It is also 14km from the Dunedin International Airport.
The place takes its name from Mossgiel in Ayrshire, the farm of the poet Robert Burns, the uncle of the co-founder in 1848 of the Otago settlement, the Reverend Thomas Burns. Mosgiel is classed as a satellite town.
From Mosgiel you can take the 'Middlemarch' route to Central Otago.
Bella Vista Mosgiel
85 Gordon Road, Mosgiel
0800 235 528 or (03) 484 7258
Two accessible units with king beds and wet floor showers. Both have hinged shower seats with toilets in the bathroom. L shaped grab rails beside shower and toilets. Mobility parking outside units.
Bonnie Knights Motel
18-20 Quarry Road, Mosgiel
(03) 489 2415 or 0800 266 643
One accessible studio unit with twin single beds. This unit has cooking facilities and wider doors for wheelchair access. The unit also has a full wet area shower with handrails, detachable/slide showerhead and a shower seat.
100 School Road South, Mosgiel
(03) 489 5601
Two accessible units with wet area showers, hinged shower seats. L shaped grab rails beside shower and toilet.