Sunnybank Homestead

Address: 156 Nile Street, Nelson, South Island, New Zealand | B&B
 
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Location

This B&B, located on 156 Nile Street, Nelson, is near World of Wearable Art and Collectable Car Museum, Lake Rotorua, and Jens Hansen Gold and Silversmith.
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Travel Blogs from Nelson

Heading North with vicious biting midges!

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Mar 29, 2015

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... We stopped up at the church that looks down over the town’s main drag and had a small picnic before heading down to find a cozy café to catch up with emails and have a drink at. The current church spire is actually a little ugly but they have had to build it in a solid block like style due to all the past pointy spires being destroyed in earthquakes.

As luck would have it, it only started to rain once ...

Day 9: Abel Tasmin National Park... And some rain

A travel blog entry by dickd on Feb 22, 2015

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... high tide a normally simple beech walk turns into a hill scramble to get over a small peninsula. So instead we moved to Wanui Falls car park, and walked to see the falls. This worked out very well and we (well actually Dick) managed to get across despite fear of hieghts. Trish, let it be recorded, got across with no poblems. Then back to Nelson (around 2 hours) and straight to the take-way for a seafood pizza; very ...

Cafe and Boot

A travel blog entry by fra_roz on Feb 20, 2015

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The end of the trip in NZ is approaching.. We have to leave Janette, our dear little borrowed car, in Nelson, very soon. So we planned to be in the Nelson area for a few days before that.

We found an HelpX job in Tasman, a village 30kms North of Nelson. We've been working for Judy and Steve here, in their cafe, The Jester House, for the last 10 days. The place is really unique, Judy and Steve have been working on it for many years, and keep expending it, improving ...

Boat, Walk, boat

A travel blog entry by roger-annie on Jan 21, 2015

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The town we are staying at is called " Marahau " which apparently means windy garden. There is always a breeze here and the Maoris used to harvest the shellfish that are a feature of the bay. There is a local sign that asks people to limit there cockle harvest to 75 per person. We were picked up by a rather garish people carrier to go to "Aqua Taxis" for our boat trip. Along with the other passengers, We were asked to board the boat in the car ...

Nelson, Takaka & Motueka.

A travel blog entry by emilygeorgia18 on Dec 17, 2014

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17th December
Hopped on the small jet propelled plane this morning which was deffo an experience i'm not too keen on and a very bumpy ride. Landed in a very grey and rainy Nelson and took the shuttle to Paradiso backpacker, which in the sunshine would be quite the backpacker 'Paradise'. Hot tub, pool, sauna and a really nice set up. (Plus! My stay included free chicken noodles, veggie soup and bread & breakfast, bonus!) It's 17:30 and i've done nothing much so ...

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