Elliott House Inn
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We stayed at a place called Elliot House, quite old but very affordable, right in the heart of Charleston. Charleston is simply beautiful, For Kiwi's, it has alot in common to Ponsonby with the old district, cafes, shops etc. Very flat so travelling, shopping and sight seeing is easily done on foot or cycle. I suggest cycling around trown first to …
... day was one of my other favorite places, the Charleston Tea Plantation. It began raining on my way there and that made the covered front porch with large rocking chairs all the better. A great place to enjoy your free samples of tea while taking a little rest. There is a trolley tour around the property that explains how the tea is grown and harvested. You can also view a presentation on how the tea leaves are then turned ...
... daughters were born to the Russells, Alicia in 1789 and Sarah in 1792. The house remained in the Russell family until 1857 when it was purchased by Governor R.F.W. Allston (1801-1864) and his wife, Adele Petigru (1810-1896). Later, after serving as a school for the Sisters of Charity of Our Lady of Mercy from 1870-1905, the Russell House was converted back to a private residence. It remained so until 1955, when the Foundation purchased the site and opened ...
... dating as far back as the late 1690s and down cobblestone streets lined with gas lamps burning. On our way back to the Scamp we walked through the main part of downtown where the yearly Christmas Parade had just ended. Charleston takes there Christmas Parade serious, there were large floats and huge parties that spilled off the stunning porches and out on to the sidewalk. People had on their Sunday’s best and sipped on all sorts ...
... 2 ….one of 300 and the other of 560 cows for milkings twice daily ; -
so 1720 cows in total per day in a ‘52 a side’ herring bone shed. Just as well the Manager
(a young,24 year old American ) not only has great skills with farm management , he also speaks Spanish to his 5 staff. After an enjoyable barbecue with several other NZ farmers farming in the area, we left the lovely countryside on darkness , Erin & ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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