Picton Beachcomber Inn

Address: 27 Waikawa Road , Picton, South Island, 7372, New Zealand | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located on 27 Waikawa Road , Picton, is near Queen Charlotte Track, Marlborough Sounds, Seahorse World Aquarium, and Queen Charlotte Sound.
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          Amenities

          Activities

          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant

          Features

          • Free parking

          Services

          • Room service
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsPicton Beachcomber Inn

          Reviewed by wanderlizzy

          Great location

          Reviewed Jan 31, 2014
          by (11 reviews) Teignmouth, Devon, UK , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          We wanted a clean overnight stop in Picton before getting the ferry to the North Island. Our room overlooked the harbour, was very comfortable and the Inn was in a perfect location for easy parking and finding somewhere to eat in Picton.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Picton Beachcomber Inn

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Picton

          Down to 23

          A travel blog entry by lynneandbrent on Feb 23, 2016

          4 photos

          Half the group left us today as they completed their holiday in Christchurch. It was an early start for us, but some of the others came down to wave us off.
          We headed North along the coast road - we were lucky enough to see a couple of dolphins. Visited a NZ fur seal colony near Kaikoura, where we saw pups and their mothers. We had lunch in …

          The Catlins

          A travel blog entry by markncatherine on Dec 03, 2014

          2 comments, 31 photos

          ... by the owner over the last 10+ years. It starts in a caravan which amongst many other bits has a train track circumnavigating its roof - which when activated trips switches, electrical connections and loudspeakers on its way round! Mini Ferris wheels of shells spun around in a water bath creating a wonderful gurgling-bubbling noise, and the fate of the invisible penguin was illustrated in a playful wooden toy... More surprises ...

          The Sounds - Delivering the mail

          A travel blog entry by itchy__feet on Nov 06, 2014

          45 photos

          ... recently with 600 acres, a brand new wharf, and a couple of other outbuildings that went for $600,000 (that’s just shy of 300,000). According to Yahoo Answers (very reliable), this would be equivalent to a square area with a side of 1.5km. For 300,000! There are a few more of the houses for sale at the moment if anyone fancies it. As well as delivering the mail, you get time to view dolphins – we saw two types (Common and Dusky), and they ...

          The Yeast Queen takes a break from her duties

          A travel blog entry by rachel_ttw on Apr 07, 2014

          4 photos

          ... which are hand picked. I hitchhiked a ride with one of the truck drivers and landed in the middle of a Sauvignon Blanc vineyard. The vineyard supervisor very kindly allowed me to jump on to a harvester to get a closer look at the action.

          The harvesters only have room for one in the cab so I had no choice but to stand on the ladder and cling on! So much fun. The harvesters are huge and complicated vehicles to manoeuvre. A lot of the vineyards are on ...

          To the Marlborough area

          A travel blog entry by pamandwarren on Mar 29, 2014

          15 photos

          ... At that point a harvesting boat follows the line of buoys and removes the hanging lines with the mussels. After all the technical talk, it was time to cook about 4 dozen of them for us to feast on. Nothing fancy in the preparation - just steam them in the saltwater and high heat! Our iffiness quickly vanished as did the Mussels; between the four of us on board only four remained that the crew cleaned and took home. It was really fun to open the shells and eat the ...

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          Picton Beachcomber Inn
          Picton, New Zealand