Parkhill Estate

43 Raymond Road, Te Awanga, North Island, 4102, New Zealand | 5 star b&b
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A travel blog entry by shoestringkiwis


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 ...

Vines and Views

A travel blog entry by lizd2013


... 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 - ...

A little bit of history.

A travel blog entry by jimrob


... for China to be turned into fences and furniture. Logs on huge lorries or trains are such a feature of New Zealand and, driving through the countryside the logged areas look a sorry sight until they are soon planted with new trees. No time wasted.
We had a leisurely supper indoors this evening as it had got a bit chilly (I have to say that, as we can't keep saying it is hot, sunny and gorgeous!)

Special mention of our time ...

Day 35 - Napier

A travel blog entry by cinnamongirl13


... aquarium and spent the next couple of hours exploring town. It’s a very nice beach town with lots to do. Today there just happened to be a regional bagpipe competition going on so I heard the sounds of drums and bagpipes all day long. Napier sits inside Hawkes Bay and my golf fanatic friends (dad & Mark) might recognize that name because there’s a world-famous golf course here. I found a café that ...

Coconut Peaches

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik


... you can see that it’s a rather popular party city with a lengthy stretch of coastline. We think there is some attractiveness to it but basically don’t like it because we have to pay for parking. That’s a big bug bear for us and it sours our experience here.

We park outside the info centre and Erik runs in while I call around to some campsites to get info. I find a couple of things that seem viable and we head toward them. ...

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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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