Wharekauhau Country Estate

Address: Western Lake Road, Palliser Bay, RD3 Featherston, Featherston, Wairarapa, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
 
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This 5 star hotel, located on Western Lake Road, Palliser Bay, RD3 Featherston, Featherston, is near Lake Wairarapa.
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    Travel Blogs from Featherston

    Time of my Life

    A travel blog entry by louishaines on Mar 10, 2015

    5 comments, 8 photos

    ... out to the basement bar. Yesterday, Charlie, Rupert, Luke and I had a good walk around Wellington, which had a music festival going on. We also headed across to Weta Cave, a film production studio which helped to create the sets/props on LOTR, King Kong, Avatar and a number of other top films. We completely nerded out but it was great. Don't think however, that it has been completely relaxed trip though, oh no kiddies. As with any of my blog updates there was a ...

    What a Start to a New Year!

    A travel blog entry by trish.coverdale on Feb 23, 2015

    1 comment, 19 photos

    ... at 4.30 am by Mr. V, only to find the Reception door locked and in complete darkness! I soon woke him up and he appeared at the door bleary eyed and all disheveled but ready to take me. There was only him and one cleaner lad at the whole place and I felt rather sorry for him. However he was very chatty and told me all about his home in Vietnam, a place I loved when I was there! The flight to Brisbane was uneventful and I had five hours to kill in the ...

    Finishing my time in Wellington

    A travel blog entry by wayfgrrl on Dec 17, 2014

    24 photos

    ... perspective. This is a well-used public park, with office workers lunching, joggers and strolling tourists.

    Plimmer's Steps connect the upper terraces with the lower quay-level streets. They’re named after John Plimmer (1812-1905), known as "the Father of Wellington," an Englishman who settled here, became an entrepreneur and converted a Nova Scotia whaling ...

    Travel blog. Entry 23. New Zealand part 3

    A travel blog entry by sarlexpovend on Nov 11, 2014

    91 photos

    ... mangakino - karangahake gorge - Coromandal (Colville) - Gulf Harbour - Whangarei - Aroha Island - Opononi/Hokianga Harbour - Parakai Springs - Auckland Our first stop after Wellington was the very wind swept Cape Palliser with its charming red and white striped lighthouse and not to mention the north islands largest Seal breeding Colony. This was by far the most seals I had seen in one place. They were everywhere you looked and of all sizes, splashing around in the water and ...

    Wellington

    A travel blog entry by fuzzyfruit on Sep 11, 2014

    62 photos

    ... Tonight there was also an open salsa class on the dance floor behind us, and it was very busy. We didn't take part due to my recent knee injury but it did provide an interesting back drop. Just before leaving we had a look out the back doors of the pub and found what would be the most appealing part of the pub in the summer. A very large courtyard which had sheltered seating around the outside and more seating in the centre, this would be an ideal place to spend long summer nights ...