Boutique Motel Nelson
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
TravelPod Member ReviewsBoutique Motel Nelson
We took a studio and it was small but perfectly appointed. The motel was awash in gorgeous flowers. The black cat likes to play hostess. Dinner recommendation was also very good--exactly what we wanted.
Walking distance to grocery stores & coffee shops.
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On the 1st of June winter officially started here in New Zealand. We already have had two nights of light frost, where last year we only had 3 frost nights over the whole winter. This year we got lucky, we had a very cold front from the Antarctic visiting us ;) This brought early snow and cold weather to New Zealand. It's amazing how quickly time goes ...
... were simply little black flies that annoy you by flying around but oh my, how we were wrong!
We hadn’t realised that whilst the doors were open getting our lunch and camp chairs out to enjoy the view that the whole camper had filled up with midges and they were...biting us, OUCH really hard, with some drawing blood! These were vicious little critters that had one thing on their minds, US, and they ...
... ones. I left with 2 new tops, a skirt and a jumper all for $52 (about £26) so good times! We then made our way back home which is where I relaxed for a while and may have also taken a nap before playing with Jaxon again. I kept building towers but the little monkey kept knocking them down but he was so adorable that I just couldn't be angry! Rebecca came to pick him up in the evening so I decided to go for a ...
... them before as they emigrated to New Zealand almost 10 years ago! The two of them and their son Michael are lovely and have made me feel very welcome in their home in Mapua! We have just had tea and now I'm getting ready for bed as we are leaving at 6 in the morning to go to Hanmer Springs which is where Graham is going to do a 106 kilometre mountain bike race in the morning! Glad it's him doing it and not ...
... flat almost. The rain eases off and so do we (partly out of tiredness), sedately paddling back to shore. We are interrupted as we get closer by a sand bank that creates waves in the sea. We ride out each wave, trying to stop it turning us over until we reach the buoy marking the entrance to the harbour, we the turn and let waves bring us in.
Whilst it rained it was very enjoyable, and probably as a result of the rain, there were very few other people out. Perhaps if ...