Henry Maxwell'S Central Bed & Breakfast

Address: 28 Henry Street, Blenheim, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B, located on 28 Henry Street, Blenheim, is near Bubbly Grape Wine Tours (Marlborough), Wine Tours By Bike, Cloudy Bay, and Quilter's Barn - Mud Hut Complex.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHenry Maxwell'S Central Bed & Breakfast Blenheim

    Reviewed by teamricketts

    A Great Place to Stay!

    Reviewed Dec 14, 2012
    by (1 review) Ventura, California , United States Flag of United States

    What a wonderful accommodation! Graham was such a gracious host! All the restaurants are within a few minutes walking distance. Definitely take a wine tour while you're visiting. We would recommend this to anyone looking for a nice place to relax and enjoy wine country. You'll definitely enjoy the complimentary port in your room to finish off the day, not to mention free wifi and a delicious breakfast!

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Henry Maxwell'S Central Bed & Breakfast Blenheim

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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