Park Regis Picton
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- Heated pool
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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The view was amazing! A quaint place to stay over night with an excellent pool and highly hospitable rooms.
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... scenery was spectacular. The mountains came right down to the water, just a shame the weather was so poor. Eventually we crossed through the range and Lo and behold beautiful sunshine and little breeze. We were in the Marlborough wine region by now and after stopping at Blenheim we made our second winery visit; Cloudy Bay. Such a pretty setting, massive gum trees, spacious lawns and just us lapping up a bit of sunshine. We ended up with a nice hardy and plan to have it ...
... sort of place you write fairy tales about, on our walk we found a baby bird that had fell out of the tree and broke his wing we debated for a long time whether to carry him in our hat.we decided it was best to leave him in case the mama bird came back we made him a nest and hoped his mama bird would find him we called him Fred. We continued on and the found the coolest bridge suspended over a crystal lake the view of the mountain was unbelievable.
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... Georgia, the Sauvignon blanc (2014) from Wairau river to share, and the organic Pinot Gris from Huia for me. We had wine and a new Balfour sheep's milk pecorino with celery to nibble on. Dinner was the fresh Hoki cooked in coconut oil served with garlic butter, boiled new potatoes and broccoli. Wine for the evening was the Sauvignon blanc (2014) from Wairau river, and for desert we had cyclops organic yoghurt with cinnamon and almond ...
... other than that it was a straight through run, no problems. The old beast of a car even did the whole run on half a tank of petrol - bonus! It's such a workhorse this Subaru of ours, I hope we never sell it, haha! We rolled into Wellington, which people call Windy Wellington, and it was... Windy. We thought this would make for a rough ferry crossing, but fortunately it didn't. We sat in a little bit of a queue while we waited to board the ferry (we'd ...
... 6. Boat ride at Lake Tarawera to Hot water beach and the hike back and the Polyenesian spa at the end of the day - Rotorua 7. Bay of Islands walk 8. Tongariro Alpine crossing (would have been better on a warmer day)) 9. Kauri forest - giant Kauri trees 10. Cathedral cove & Hot water beach - Coromandel Early to bed for an early start for the ...