Cobden Garden Homestay
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Cobden Garden Homestay Napier
Travel Blogs from Napier
... the honors to Ben. He was amazing and didn't flinch when reaching his hands into the glass pen where the crickets were living. He caught 5 crickets and we headed out to where the Tuatara were.
Ben took the crickets out of the glass container and held them by their legs. Sometimes the leg would rip off (yuck!) and a few times he'd accidently drop the bug on the ground. The male was fed three of the five crickets and the female got two. The male was ...
... admiring the beautiful Art Deco buildings along the way. Napier was hosting a World Cup cricket match that day/night so the city was very very quiet. Pakistan beat the UAE. Tomorrow we move onto Greytown for 2 nights, edging closer to our final destination of Wellington. We have been so fortunate with the weather, but it appears it will soon turn nasty with a front passing over New Zealand in the next day or so. ...
... last year that anything is possible to do, providing that the groundwork has been done well. I would disagree with anyone who says that working out the itinerary this way takes away the spontaneity of travel. I have found that spontaneity occurs on a daily basis when travelling, and is best supported by having the time and space to spend exploring places without the worries of somewhere to stay and a way to get from there to somewhere else.
... us is that apart from the Art Deco buildings in the centre of town Napier is a sprawling city and has an amazing coast. The centre itself has all the original Art Deco buildings but at street level it was just normal shop fronts which was a shame. to get the full impact you hadd to walk around looking up. The highlight of the day was when I found a piano in the middle of the precinct. It was there for anyone to play who wanted to. Well it was too much temptation for a ...
... highlights of the town that was rebuilt after the earthquake of February 1931 when the whole town was flattened and the land rose 2 metres. Within 2 years the town had been fully rebuilt and back to action!
A huge thanks to Raewyn too for the kind gift of a beautiful painting that we very much look forward to hanging in our home.