Picton Beachcomber Inn
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPicton Beachcomber Inn
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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... up to the boat and play around in the wake. We also saw a mussel farm in action, and of course you get all the great scenery of the Pelorus Sound. I even drove the boat for about 20 minutes whilst the captain had lunch and read the newspaper. Everybody survived! We left the harbour at 9.30 and returned at 6 – great value!
So you can get 600 acres for £300,000 here. Here are some other facts about NZ – it is a bit bigger than the ...
... going on, as they are beginning to swing into full production in the next week or two. The wine people are all feverently hoping for dry weather to last for at least a couple more weeks, but everyone else is hoping for rain to break this drought they've had for the past two+ months.
We took a last stop at Clos Henri, a beautiful restored country church that has been converted into a winery. The building was ...
... pulled in to say our goodbyes. Our adventures with David and Erin had ended for another trip although we look forward to welcoming them to Brixham this coming June,
Where to go? The weather was forecast to be fine and sunny for the next few days so we decided a couple of days on a beach was what was required. We headed to Kaiteriteri (ky
terry terry, or quite often ky terry). Kaiteriteri is one of the busiest beaches in the South Island, maybe in New Zealand ...
... a few freebies. We had worked out a nice way of saying 'we won't be buying any of your wines, as were on a meager budget'. This was roughly, 'Are you open tomorrow, as we will probably pop back in for a bottle or two. Honest.'
We stopped to eat our sandwiches (wine tasting is hungry work, you know), before hitting a vineyard specialising in bubbly. Sarah was all up for moving in, and we even knew of a friend back home who could assist in ...