Parkhill Estate

Address: 43 Raymond Road, Te Awanga, North Island, 4102, New Zealand | 5 star b&b
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This 5 star B&B, located on 43 Raymond Road, Te Awanga, is near Te Mata Peak, Craggy Range Winery, Sileni Estates, and Brookfields Vineyards.
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          • Swimming pool
          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Free parking
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Continental Breakfast
          • Room service

          TripAdvisor Reviews Parkhill Estate Te Awanga

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          Travel Blogs from Te Awanga

          Day 148 - Napier - Gordon

          A travel blog entry by neensandpete on Jan 02, 2014

          24 photos

          ... consumed tonight and Nick decided to let off some fireworks at about 10pm in the garden (no idea why he had fireworks in his car). We went to bed about midnight (including the kids who were still running riot in the house) and we slept in our camper outside their house. Our first night not on a campsite which felt a bit weird just sleeping on the road but was comfy as usual and meant we saved some money too by not having to pay for a ...

          CLIVE - CLIFTON

          A travel blog entry by shoestringkiwis on Oct 30, 2013

          15 photos

          Action day today. After yesterday's slothfulness, we have more than made up for it now.

          This morning we got up early (well, earlier than usual) and drove to bottom carpark at Te Mata Peak. We planned to walk the 'middle’ trail, but we got lost and ended up doing the Peak Track. Not a cloud in the sky and, unlike the day we were up there with the Goodies, there was not a breathe of wind. Two hours of ...


          A travel blog entry by shoestringkiwis on Oct 24, 2013

          1 comment, 15 photos

          ... very glad that we made the effort. The walk was only one hour rather than the two hours on the sign, but such beautiful scenery through sheep country with massive rock faces and then native bush. The falls were awesome – with a natural deep swimming pool at the bottom. Tuis, wood pidgeons, loads of kowhais and kakabeaks.

          The countryside is lovely here. Farms seem really clean and cared for. Quite a few dairy farms (recent ...

          Vines and Views

          A travel blog entry by lizd2013 on May 24, 2013

          7 photos

          ... vineyard in New Zealand. It was originally started by the monks to make communion wine. Although still owned by the Catholic Church no monks are involved. The building and grounds are truly beautiful and would make a stunning wedding venue. The wines were divine but because they had no shipping facilities we only bought two bottles. Next we went to the Esk Valley vineyard - where we again tasted multiple wines - ...

          The highs and lows of Napier

          A travel blog entry by foreignx on Mar 20, 2013

          1 comment, 12 photos

          ... and celebrating the Art Deco style of the core area and raises funds, in part, by offering tours. The 2 hour tour was excellent and included a 20 minute film which utilized photos taken of the tragic earthquake of 1931 and the reconstruction period that followed. The walking portion of the tour was well commentated by our "quirky" tour guide Barry, an elderly long term resident.

          We have taken Art Deco tours ...