Bay Of Many Coves
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Bay Of Many Coves Picton
Travel Blogs from Picton
The rain came on heavy that night and the next day as we went down to Kaikoura. Made for a very dramatic coastal drive, wild seas, narrow roads and then seals (lots of them) just chillin by the side of the road, not bothered by the speeding cars ...
... different to anything you would get at home. After a couple of hours of exploring we grabbed lunch (steak sandwich) and headed back to grab our stuff from the hotel/hostel. We had to pay (boo!) to store our stuff so the first thing to do was try and remember our access code for the doors. After grabbing our bags we went over the road to the station to wait for the shuttle to the ferry quay, as there was no way we were walking that with those bloody backpacks! The ...
... first time we have been outside since we left Sydney as the weather has been far too wild. Today we ate at the Park Café where Theo had a hamburger and I had a salad. We can’t fault any of the food, there is plenty of it and it is good quality, and the service everywhere is just excellent. We watched a line dance class by the pool for a while, but it was too windy so we went back to the cabin where I typed up notes and we downloaded photos. All this ...
Our last day was to be spent with Nades as she had taken the day off and she wanted to show us Miramar. There are some good things in Miramar, one of which was Chantelle’s work place - the Chocolate Frog Cafe. We timed our visit really well as a new batch of hot cross buns had just come out of the oven and Chantelle provided us with the freshest hot cross buns you could wish for and they smelt utterly delicious! I could have eaten them all there ...
... culture of learning?Consider throwing away your routine and embrace the rhythm of the day.If you want to transform your day into a rhythm you must truly begin noticing, recognising and responding to your children.
Reflections by TP, AC, TT & KL