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

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Travel Blogs from Riccarton

Day 9

A travel blog entry by stephanie1995 on Jul 07, 2015

... to eat. Lunch took 40 mins to come out to us and we missed out on taking photos but it was beautiful. We also got cash out here because this was our last stop before franz josef and there was only 1 ATM in franz josef. The next part of the bus drive was 3.5 hours so i had a little sleep. When we got to franz josef we went to our rooms to drop our bags off and because i was going to be doing the glacier hike the next day i had a meeting i needed to go to to sort out time and for a ...

The Emus have landed in Kiwi land

A travel blog entry by rickandwill on May 01, 2015

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... Lovely breakfast as well. We would have liked a full English but no one knows what that means here. Ordered bacon and eggs instead, all nice and plenty of it.
Next we hopped on the courtesy bus which took us to the vehicle rental depot. Because of the horrific earthquake here a few years ago, lots of buildings were flattened and to date not all is either repaired or rebuild.
The vehicle rental section now incorporates all companies related to ...

A day in Christchurch

A travel blog entry by julianait on Jan 11, 2015

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... plans to restore however due to the cost still stands in a crumbled state, like a monument to the devastation. A quick walk back through the botanical gardens and to an exercise station where we challenged our bodies to skills from our youth. Julie and I both performing a reverse pike on the rings without any mishap. Julie felt that our food consumption at this stage was by far exceeding our energy output and suggested we needed to take stock and ...

The Dry Side of the Hills

A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Nov 25, 2014

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The climate data shows it, everyone talks about it, and the last week has proved it: the eastern side of the Southern Alps is definitely drier than the west coast. Sure, there are still storms and heavy rain and hail and strong winds, but there's also sunshine. And that just makes life good.

After our stupendous hike on Roy’s Peak last week, our next stop was to head down to Queenstown. We’d heard it was the Banff of ...

Sheep dogs, sheep, earthquakes & great ice cream

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 21, 2014

... dirty' demolition. 'Clean' demolitions are buildings free of hazards that are emptied out of furniture etc before demolition.

We pass the cardboard cathedral that was donated by Japan. It is used for church services as well as a function centre. It is designed to last for 10 years. The guide didn't think it was made of cardboard but I have read about it and I believe that it is made from rolls which are very strong when put together. It appears to have something ...