Pine Hill Rise Bed And Breakfast

24 Pinehill Rise, Blenheim, South Island, 7272, New Zealand | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Blenheim

Recap and The Marlborough Wine Trail

A travel blog entry by tayrae

... vines! They invited us to stay as long as we’d like and make ourselves at home in the house on the hill, which had several unoccupied bedrooms. Our new friend and the owner of the house lives there only 1 week each month, and the only permanent occupant is one of his managers at the winery. That means the house is largely empty most of the time. So, it is offered as a kind of sanctuary for any friends or family members in need of a peaceful getaway or weekend retreat. ...

Another island

A travel blog entry by karen_ashcroft


Another island - the South Island of New Zealand that is! The majority of my time in New Zealand was of course based in Blenheim with the family. My arrival was timed perfectly to go to the annual wine and food festival - fantastic Marlborough wines and plenty of great food amongst the vines under the hot sun. The day was spent with my sisters (Fiona and Janet) and we met up with various people they know along the way. The first bite ...

Destination: Northland

A travel blog entry by khughes17


... minted lamb steaks for dinner so we cooked those up and had dinner in the kitchen. It was nice to be back to our own company and have a chilled out day. Colin had text Hef and said no work tomorrow but work Wednesday if he wants it. 25/02/2014 Had a good lie in again. Had breakfast in the same cafe again and then headed back to the caravan park to sort out the rest of our luggage in the car. We had some lunch and then headed up to Mark and Trish's to leave some ...


A travel blog entry by carrhaughan


... Sauvignon Blancs which form 80% of the output here – though we predict the Pinot Gris to be the Next Big Thing in NZ wine!) The valley is pretty huge – there are almost a third of a billion individual vines here – and we’d never be able to see all of it in less than a week, but we feel we’ve made a good stab today! We’ve bought a few bottles to savour over the next few weeks, which we store carefully for the journey ahead of ...

Day 12 - Tramp, Scrabble fatality & fondant

A travel blog entry by lemonyjo


... and rimu (large evergreen coniferous trees), around coves and inlets and along skyline ridges, the track provides stunning views. The lush, subtropical native bush is home to many of New Zealand's native birds including the Bellbird, Tui and the Weka. The Weka is a funny flightless bird about the size of a chicken (see photo). Our tramp was interspersed with light rain and we had a great time chatting away and catching up more. After a while we had to turn back ...


This B&B, located on 24 Pinehill Rise, 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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