Ardross House

Address: 259 Glasnevin Road, Amberley, Christchurch-Canterbury, South Island, 7441, 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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    Travel Blogs from Amberley

    Playing Nurse for two weeks

    A travel blog entry by joanne.schwenke on Jul 27, 2014

    4 photos

    ... weeks after the fact, so there is a lot of detail missing.

    I stayed at Leighton & Jill's till Monday night/Tuesday morning. We picked up mum on Monday night, stayed at Leightons and then I drove mum home to her place. Taken me a bit of getting use to, getting into a car so low I feel like my bum is dragging on the ground!! hehe. Mum is being a trooper, learning to get in and out the car with a very stiff leg, cructhes and ...

    The Speight's Coast to Coast Race

    A travel blog entry by teamjenkins on Feb 17, 2014

    2 comments, 40 photos

    ... rapids in the gorge fast approaching big rocks and a bluff. The feeling of being upside down in a kayak held in by a sprayskirt, unable to see, with a shock of cold water surging over you as you are going through a rapid, unsure what rocks or hazards are approaching, was pretty terrifying! I couldn't release my sprayskirt with one hand, but most importantly did not want to let go of my paddle, so I levered myself sideways around the boat, trying to get my head to the surface ...


    A travel blog entry by guyfairbank on Feb 01, 2014

    1 photo

    ... With the emphasis on preservation rather than reconstruction the trust had carefully restored it, so you could see what it would have been like for the passengers yet at the same time see the appalling condition it was in. It was fascinating to climb aboard and see how Victorians would have lived on the ship, then walk below the hull and get up close to the structure. There was an equally interesting ...

    A Sweaty Walk To Start Off The Day

    A travel blog entry by jenandjake on Jan 06, 2014

    ... from our bags that we said if we saw a taxi we would flag one down however we didn't find one until we got to the Jailhouse haha. The walk took us about 40 minutes in the end. The YMCA definitely has the best central location to the CBD the maps in the Jailhouse hostel say that the CBD is a 25 minute walk. We had to get some money out from an ATM to pay for the room as the booking online had only charged $25 for a booking fee whilst we were stood at the ATM a ...

    Brew Moon

    A travel blog entry by sallymead on Dec 27, 2013

    ... and kayak.

    As we were all busy, it was the ideal day to treat our hosts to a meal out so we all headed out for lunch at Brew Moon. The rain was coming down again but we stayed (mostly) dry in the covered courtyard and had a tasty and sociable meal.

    We finally said our goodbyes at about 5:30 and headed up the coast to ...