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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsStonehaven Homestay Blenheim
John and Paulette make you feel welcome from the moment you arrive. We had a great stay here, the food was fabulous and the whole ambiance of the place makes you relax.
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... so we soon flagged and settled for buying some stamps, some food and a clothes airer so that I could dry some washing. We certainly know how to live! After all that excitement, and a delicious chicken curry, we had another go in the hot tub (I am hooked!), and I headed off to bed as we had a relatively early start in the morning. Another beautiful sunny day dawned, and after a refreshing shower (no timers on these ones K8!), we were at reception by 9.30am waiting to be picked ...
... a lovely site near Picton, in Waikawa. I cooked steak for our supper, and red wine, and then golden kiwis, sweeter and tastier than the usual green ones. After supper we walked down to the harbour/ marina. I thought I saw a fish swimming around the moored yachts, turned out to be a black manta ray, about 1 metre across, wow. We are tired after all the travelling in North island squashed in to 5 days, and plan to take a more relaxed view of South ...
... state when they return vans, so the company wins out handsomely. I'm going to give it a run.....
But filling up at a place just south of Nelson was not easy as even though the pump price was 18c lower than anywhere else, meaning we were definitely going to fill up there, it was an automated station (we've found a few of these in NZ) and the whole thing was off-line when we arrived. Of course, Donna not being the kind to take no for an answer, rang the ...
... had emigrated many years ago and recently relocated from Christchurch. Their light golden retriever 'Morgan' the image of Jem to look at with a few of her idiosyncrasies too. We carried on the drive that took in some stunning scenery with the back drop of tiny inlets, sandy beaches and forest. At Te Mahia we had a coffee stop in a secluded bay set high above the inlet. Ed was reminded of the movie Eat Pray Love. Not sure ...
... by the Gimblett Gravels vineyard on the way...small world in the wine industry!
I tried to find Oyster Bay winery to take pictures and have a tipple for my 'case-loving friend', but, alas, Oyster Bay has gotten so big and does so much mass-production now, they don't need to give tastings nor tours at their cellar door, so they don't even offer up an address to find their location or winery! I had to content myself ...