Picton Beachcomber Inn
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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.
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Wet day to start our last day. Plenty of rain over night which made loading the luggage on the bus a bit tricky. Off for a late breakfast and the farewell's. Cathy organised a collection for Ellen our tour guide and Wayne our driver and to be honest you could not have wished for a better crew. Then of to board the ferry for a 10:45am sailing. We …
Last day but one. Left Christchurch without any problems and headed for Picton our last night of the tour. Weather was dry but overcast to begin with, but it did clear through the day. We stopped at the normal comfort stop on the way and found Charles Upham's statue in Cheviot. Then off to Kiakora. Out on the point the seals came to the party to …
Half the group left us today as they completed their holiday in Christchurch. It was an early start but some came down to wave us off.
Headed North along the coast road - along the way we saw a couple of dolphins. Visited the seal colony near Kaikoura. Drove through Marlborough wine country - unfortunately without a stop :-(.
Arrived in …
Picton lies at the head of the Queen Charlotte sound only 25 kilometres from Wellington but three and a half hours by ferry.
The New Zealand Company responsible for bringing many English people to NZ in the early nineteenth century , bought land to establish the settlement of Nelson in the 1840s. Unfortunately company officials in London sold …
25km 31km Slightly dizzy, we are waking up in a really comfy bed. The ferry is late, and we had an hour sleep more. Luxury after a crazy night. Imagine on on of those giant boats, on an agitated sea. Because yes it was a rough crossing, we nearly fall from our bed. Bless our arrival in the peaceful Marlborough Sounds. Always a wonderful surprise, a …