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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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... guests and they really enjoyed the action and had a great time.
For Easter we had an unorthodox potluck BBQ, where Alina baked a fantastic cake complete with home made marzipan bunnies and all. A ton of great people we have met, have come and gone, some more than once, sadly, some of them have now left for good (Chris lol).
I spent most of May on my own as Jenn took a trip home to visit family. This meant even longer days then ...
... but successful and though not all of us sing the same lines or know the same tune it was just like home. A little hot tea before bed, hot showers to clean the ocean from my hair and I'm going to bed feeling content. Blessed and grateful for this opportunity. I'm so lucky for all I the experiences that I have had here and all of the experiences that I've had throughout my life that have proved useful here. Pete said that most 20 year olds ...
... very grateful to our new friends who extended such an invitation to us – their generosity made for a very comfortable and memorable two-night stay at the sanctuary, officially named Ant’s Nest Vineyard. We were invited to come back whenever we should be in need of some R&R.
If anyone is curious about the mysterious winemaker in this story, check out his website to read about how he became a winemaker, his winemaking philosophy, and all about his ...
... the odd KGB or two... A great chance to catch up and get to know my "new" nephew. After Marahau it was back to Blenheim in time for my school friend Vanessa's wedding to Riccardo - again my timing being in NZ couldn't be better! A great opportunity to catch up with a few old friends and a great day out. Continuing the travelling theme I headed down to Christchurch the following week to catch up with my friends there. Great to see ...
... are resolutely corporate places, the former being the cover for a number of sub-labels and the latter once of the biggest (and most expensive) labels in New Zealand (although it’s fair to say they do produce some great wine!) We move onto some smaller places, starting with Bladen (named after the owners kids) where we hear all about how they started making wine here back in the late 80s (and they also own the oldest Pinot Gris vine in the whole of ...