The Ashley Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Ashley Hotel Christchurch
Lovely hotel, nice staff, good amenities and great location.
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... br> The house smells like Christmas as I have the Christmas cakes cooking. I’ve made one for us and one for Tony & Warren. We intended to take a small one with us in a fortnight when we ride down to Invercargill to join the celebrations for the Burt Munroe weekend but that has been sampled.
Well, the month is flashing by and work is busy as always. We went to a local mall and finished off the Christmas shopping. Mainly things for the small ones. Of course the ...
... lost control completely and began squealing my way down the slushy slope, with small children having to leap out of the way as I came through. At the very bottom of the run, opposite the cafe, there was a rocky patch on the ground where the snow had melted away. I knew I had to avoid it, so naturally I skiied straight into it. That brought me to an abrupt stop and I went from vertical to horizontal within a few milliseconds, bashing my ...
... covered in snow, in the background.
Overnight in a motel which we got off the net. It would be polite to say it was at the end of it’s use by date but cheap, clean and we were out early in the morning. Nothing was open for breakfast so we carried onto Christchurch, stopping in Cheviot on the way through.
The weather is not unlike Warracknabeal – very cool during the day, with the sun shining and cold at night but the skies are ...
Jon is flying home this week from Christchurch so we take advantage and drive over with him a few days early and go to Mt hutt for some skiing. We head off Sunday night after work, splitting the drive between the 3 of us, finally arriving in Methven at 11pm. Straight into our hostel and to bed, we need a good night sleep so we can ski all day the following day. We wake up at 7 am have some ...
... Rudyard Kipling described as 'the 8th wonder of the world'.
Running 15km inland from the Tasman sea, Milford Sound is a fjord surrounded by sheer rock faces that rise nearly 5,000ft either side. It is also one of the wettest places on earth and its two permanent waterfalls are often joined by hundreds of temporary others. On the day we arrived the sky was clear blue and unexpectedly, due to it being viewed as one of the world's top travel destinations, it ...