Ardross House

Address: 259 Glasnevin Road, Amberley, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 7482, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 259 Glasnevin Road, Amberley, is near Pegasus Bay Winery, The Mud House Winery & Cafe, Waipara Springs Winery, and Torlesse Wines.
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        Meeting Friends

        A travel blog entry by trevandmoira on Mar 25, 2015

        3 comments, 2 photos

        ... off chance, as we approached Lisa's bungalow we could see Roy and Gill sitting on the patio. We were made very welcome and parked our home on the driveway for the night. Went out for afternoon tea and cake and later went to the local pub (a very English style) for dinner. Excellent food the only thing that spoiled it a little for me was the ice cold Tui IPA. I much prefer it a bit ...

        Meeting the Dusky Dolphins

        A travel blog entry by benjandkori on Mar 15, 2015

        24 photos

        ... taken by bus to the marina where we climbed aboard a large boat together with about a dozen other wet suit-clad adventurers, our guide Chantelle and our captain Callum. Unusually, the boat was still on its trailer on the asphalt, but we were soon in the water thanks to a tractor. Before long, we were speeding southwards, occasionally accompanied by a few curious dolphins. After a twenty minute ride, during which Chantelle went through a few essentials with us, the ...

        Canterbury Area and Mackenzie region

        A travel blog entry by jackandlou on Feb 10, 2015

        5 photos

        ... ceremony of the Cricket World Cup (which we didn't even know was on). It was surprisingly low-key for an opening ceremony but there was a good atmosphere and you could feel the sense of pride for the people of Canterbury and Christchurch in particular. The city is still recovering massively from the 2011 earthquake and big events like this will help put the city back on the map. The best elements of the ceremony were probably the Maori themed dances. We ...

        The Lost Week

        A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Jan 22, 2015

        10 photos

        ... Shaggy would then revert to telling us his life story. At one point he began telling us of his plans to take hismother to Germany, which then led onto stories about his mother and the rest of his family, and also German sauna habits. The fellow seemed to have an incredible ability to link a question to a totally obscure topic of conversation. During another riveting conversation we even spoke of the Middle East and the current goings on in those lands, which then ...

        Treading lightly & respectfully thru this world

        A travel blog entry by catherinemoldau on Nov 27, 2014

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... sobering up by eating an excellent lunch, and buying wine for another of Lyndal's amazing suppers made entirely from their farm produce. We came to NZ knowing very few folk and now through some old friends have a whole lot of new friends. It isn't really a surprise that we should have such a lot in common with the friends of friends but it is always lovely to find more like minded, special people in this wonderful ...