Straw Lodge

Address: 17 Fareham Lane, RD 1, Blenheim, South Island, 7271, New Zealand | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 17 Fareham Lane, RD 1, Blenheim.
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    Travel Blogs from Blenheim

    Southern Hospitality

    A travel blog entry by brixhambertie on Feb 27, 2015

    156 photos

    ... had a four-wheel drive - as there was a wide and rather deep-looking ford to cross. We spent a night at the lower camp site – just us and one other bus. Unfortunately we couldn't get to beach without braving the deep and fast running river, so the next day we moved to the upper site (with the other bus). We spent a very happy day there – the sun was shining brightly but there was a keen wind blowing – so no sandflies – the curse of the South Island and ...

    Are we Abel?

    A travel blog entry by katemc55 on Feb 24, 2015

    14 photos

    Today is the 'Bay Hopper' trip to Abel Tasman National Park. We are up to catch the 7.30am coach from across the road, it's a little early, and I'm running a little late... But all good.
    Our ebullient bus driver Chrus (Chris) puffs and pants his way along the route describing driving challenges alongside local scenic and historical information. 'Now let's see if there's a truck on the Brudge...no...good...oho campervan...I'll just stop.... Yes ...

    Rats Tails, Stick Wielders and Lakes (Oh My)

    A travel blog entry by michael.bell on Feb 01, 2015

    14 photos

    ... tops known as 'key summit'. Such a mysterious name immediately gripped me. This route promised the key to the Fiordlands, with panoramic views of the land and lakes below. The climb was steep and I was unsure whether I could complete it without a hiking stick, which seems so effective and necessary. I wondered why people didn't use them in everyday life for essentially they were walking along the same type of man made paths. That being said I decided to risk my life ...

    A Little Local Tour

    A travel blog entry by langardi on Jan 13, 2015

    3 photos

    Headed west from Richmond to travel the coast road toward Motueka. As we didn't see much coast to start with we detoured to Rabbit Island. No rabbits seen, so it was a short visit. Eventually stumbled upon a lovely beach as Kaiteriteri, it seemed that the rest of New Zealand was there as well. Little Ones Spike went searching for rabbits on Rabbit Island but he didn't find any, no trace of them at all, not even any rabbit ...

    Marlborough? Wine Not!

    A travel blog entry by smythadventures on Nov 07, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... 73% of the wine produced in New Zealand comes from this region...and about 77% of it is Sauvignon Blanc. Basically this is the region that makes the wine that got us excited about drinking wine in New Zealand. As we drove into the vines, we spotted a vineyard that we wanted to go to, so we pulled a U-turn and as we did, we (almost) literally ran into one of my old coworkers from Queenstown! Only in a country this small does this type of thing happen. We stopped by ...