Huntley Lodge

Address: 67 Yaldhurst Road, Riccarton, Canterbury, South Island, 8042, New Zealand | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 67 Yaldhurst Road, Riccarton, is near Corsair Bay, Waimairi Beach, Rutherford's Den, and Mount Arthur.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Huntley Lodge Riccarton

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Riccarton

Our first glimpse of Base Camp

A travel blog entry by bj.shari.nepal on Apr 09, 2015

1 comment

... that, I did get some fish with my breakfast a couple of days ago. The knife that they'd cut my toast with had obviously been used to cut tuna. Tuna and jam is definitely not a flavour combination I'd recommend. I suspect we'll come back a little lighter than when we left, just need to keep our energy levels up in the meantime. On the way to Gorak Shep today, we got our first glimpse of Base Camp which sits right at the bottom of what looks to be a glacier. A collection ...

On to Hobbit-land!

A travel blog entry by abeadventures on Nov 19, 2014

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With a fond farewell to Oz, we departed for New Zealand. Our flight was from Melbourne to Christchurch. In the Duty Free area, we decided to stop to buy a bottle of rum. While checking out Brian discovered that he didn't have his wallet on him. Since we were still inside of customs he was able to go back to the plane and retrieve it from his seat where it had fallen out of his pocket while he napped. Whew! Crisis narrowly averted! At customs ...

A phoenix from the ashes

A travel blog entry by wattsy on Sep 28, 2014

11 photos

... food that had been started but unfinished still there, 3 years on.

Street artists from around the world were invited to brighten up walls that are exposed and bare. Adding a touch of colour and interest.

We had eaten lunch at the re:start mall, a panini and hot chocolate from a cafe. Because it was cold we stopped for another hot chocolate at a quirky (Victorian era themed) coffee shop in Regent Street, the only remaining street with older ...

Jail Bait

A travel blog entry by erotergum on Sep 24, 2014

1 comment, 7 photos

... so I knew that today was going to be hot. Is amazing how the weather can just make you feel better. We ran from our hostel down through the town and onto the beach. The tide was in so we couldn't get too far down which meant we were running on pebbles. Is actually so hard to run n the pebbles not only do they give way under each step but unlike running on sand you have the risk of rolling over on your ankles too. Fortunately we were both OK and neither ...


A travel blog entry by kscullion291 on Jul 02, 2014

... and movie time - early night to recover from Queenstown antics. The next day we took a drive into the city centre - so many derelict buildings and houses even 3 years after the earthquake and parts of the city centre looked like a ghost town - pretty eery and just shows how much damage it done! We went to the Canterbury museum where we learnt a little about the aftermath of the earthquake and the Maori history of Christchurch. ...