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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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... of the creek around sandstone bluffs, native bush with Cabbage Trees, Tree Fern, Manuka and Kanuka (Tea Tree) and several causeways crossing deep creeks. There were steep sided gorges with bush-covered flat-topped cliffs where I swear I need to be convinced there are no dinosaurs. And then suddenly, around a corner, the sea! The wild West Coast, white sand, blue, blue sea, enormous surf waves pounding in. The road wound around and around until we could go further – ...
... a day walk, a number of cyclists, and some stalwart walkers like 'Wanda woman', a wiry 65+ woman from Hampshire, staying in backpackers on her own, and doing it all in 3 days! She has lodges to stay in New forest so we take her card. We hold off having a place for lunch until Davies Bay, right on the water again. We find a lovely park bench in the shade and get our salami and cheese lunch out, when we ...
... like Baghdad.
After a couple of hours driving we came to the town of Te Anau, which opened out onto a pristine lake near to the visitor centre. It was here that we came across the more ambitious walkers who were looking to undertake three or four day hikes into the mountains. Once more I was certain that I could complete such a task with ease, but time was against us and I could only manage a short hike. The visitor centre masters spoke of an ambitious walk to ...
... be held like a normal gun, the way they bombed was rather odd when they saw a target they simply got a bomb out and dropped it over the side so that is why they bombed every thing around St pals cathedral but did not actually hit it. In the after noon we i went to the Library and got way to many ...
... stands. We walked away with lemons, peppers, avocados, tomatoes (which I dropped on the ground) and a hammock! All very exciting items!
After living in exciting, but small, Queenstown for 5 months, getting to Nelson (a city with traffic lights!) was good for my city boy soul. It was a wonderful place, and we almost didn't leave...we'll just make sure to go back soon.
Onward we drove to Blenheim, the true heart of New Zealand's Marlborough ...