Antria Boutique Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Antria Boutique Lodge Blenheim
Travel Blogs from Blenheim
... make 100 000 cases per annum and to drink them in situ was a big tick! Next was another family winery,Whitehaven right next door to a boutique fudge shop. Lunch was had at Allan Scott with a tasting and their Viognier was outstanding. Next was Framingham wines,sold in Gordon Ramsay's restaurants. This was followed by Serecens ,a vineyard that had rock and roll lyrics on ...
... best known sheltered anchorage in the southern hemisphere. Cook sheltered here several times, mainly to repair his ship and load up with fresh water and food supplies.Ships Bay is well known for Cook's landings as he visited this area several times. A fresh water stream runs through the bush and food was gathered, mainly fish and birds. James Cook must have thought he had died and gone to heaven as the views are spectacular.
... 2/liter gasoline, but not so great for many of the steep uphills. At the end of the day, the best we could tell is that the car is masochist, but it lost its macho and all that remains is the "ist."
The left-hand driving was immediately easier in New Zealand than in Melbourne. The toughest part was the turn signal vs. the windshield wipers, and it took a few days to get that figured out. Other than that, it felt very natural to drive on ...
... ended with parents being converted to Sauvignon Blanc and New Zealand wines in general. Whilst in Blenheim we stayed in a love hate holiday park, we loved the setting right next to the river with the ducks coming up to us for feeding, but I hated that it was right next to the SH1 with loads of trucks going through at night using their engine brakes and also a railway line with goods trains starting from 4am, not a happy Andrea when ...
... of the Queen Charlotte Sound. The weather today was absolutely scorching but it was also fairly windy making paddling difficult at times, but we had a good stop for lunch on a secluded little bay and made good headway along the sound.
After hitting our campsite for the evening at 'Mistletoe Bay' we set about getting our camp sorted – we decided to ...