Tulloch Lodge Country Hotel

Address: 290 High Street, Masterton, Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on 290 High Street, Masterton, is near TheNewDowse, Petone Foreshore, Petone Settlers Museum, and Percy's Reserve.
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Travel Blogs from Masterton

Auckland to River Valley

A travel blog entry by ludders on Nov 04, 2014

7 comments, 30 photos

... took us about 5-6 hours and it's hard to describe quite how beautiful and spectacular the views were, you could see for miles above and below clouds, incredible colours and countryside. It was well worth the 5am start. Our last stop before Wellington was an adventure lodge called 'River Valley' where you could do horse riding and rafting. When we arrived they had a freshly cooked roast dinner which was a welcome treat, and the lodge was in the middle of nowhere in a valley surrounded ...

Windy Wellington

A travel blog entry by rozzij on Oct 20, 2014

3 photos

... 9.30am for our city tour however the pilot didn't get us tied up on time so we got off at 10am. Our driver and guide is Margaret and she has one of the few automatic buses in Wellington. She's a good driver getting us around hairpin bends and narrow steep roads. Margaret tells us that the Westpac Stadium is known locally as the "cake tin" which is pretty spot on.

She tells us that where the wharf is now was under the sea until the ...

Wellington

A travel blog entry by landellsandlads on May 09, 2014

Heading to Wellington took us almost all day so there isn't much to talk about on this one. Once in Wellington we went on a bar crawl to celebrate Tom's birthday. One big regret we have is not having longer in New Zealand. 2 weeks is enough to cover both islands but not enough to actually see it properly. For example we weren't able to see any of Wellington as our ferry left the next day at ...

Tui Beer & the Wee Red Barn!

A travel blog entry by twodrifters07 on Apr 01, 2014

30 photos

... to see real, live kiwis (the birds!) likely the only chance we'll ever get, as they are rarely spotted in the wild. Kiwis being nocturnal, the kiwi house is perpetually in darkness during opening hours at the centre, so we had to wait several moments before our eyes adjusted enough to see a basketball-size brown fur-ball scurrying around pecking away at gnats or whatever it was hunting. ...

Mountains and hangovers

A travel blog entry by sbgibbons on Mar 13, 2014

1 comment

... nice atmosphere.

Having to get up for the ferry the next day though was terrible. A hangover does not go well with having to get up at 6 to be on a bus for 7 where we didnt have a seat, for then the power steering to break and then sit on a ferry for 3 hours. We very quickly found the lounge chairs and curled up for most of the journey, despite an older guy insisting we go outside to look at the view. I can see through the window thanks very much.

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