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Be spoilt for choice here! The Nelson region is renowned for its arts & crafts, fine orchards, vineyards and superb seafood. And that’s just to start with!
There is the outstanding Able Tasman National Park with its acclaimed walking track and sea kayaking opportunities; the lovely semi alpine village of St. Arnaud, base for the Nelson Lakes National Park and nearby ski fields.
Enjoy the massive expanse of beach at Tahunanui and watch the sun set over the Tasman Mountains.
Nelson itself is perhaps best described as a “Boutique City” with fine shopping and many excellent restaurants. Be sure to see the fantastic Wearable Arts Museum too.
The highly scenic drive over “The Hill” to the township of Takaka and the Golden Bay will definitely reward you. An excursion right out to the lighthouse on Farewell Spit may well be the highlight of your entire trip.
Prices from $300 per couple
35 minutes west of Nelson heading for the Able Tasman Park
A romantic fairytale hideaway, the Boot is a totally private cottage nestled in a hazelnut grove. The sunny courtyard has an openfire and inside there is another fire in the cosy lounge. The queen sized bedroom is up the spiral stairs and has a balcony looking out over the garden.
Phone: 03 526 6742
Address: 320 Aporo Road, Tasman, Nelson
Abel Tasman National Park area lodge accommodation
Prices from $545 to $925 per couple
15 minutes from Abel Tasman, 45 minutes from Nelson.
The Resurgence is Nelson's wilderness lodge and the closest 5-star Lodge to the Abel Tasman. Select dinner B&B with 4-course farm-to-table dining or luxury self-contained suites. Pool, spa and gym. Ideal for active couples who enjoy good food and nature.
Prices from $295 to $355 per couple
5 minutes walk to Nelson City Centre
Cambria House, is a gracious restored Victorian villa in the inner city, with modern facilities and ground floor rooms. We provide free internet access, with wireless throughout the house, gourmet breakfasts, off-street parking, travel advice and excellent service.
Prices from $180 to $270 per couple
Mapua/Ruby Bay 35 minutes from Nelson
A stunning setting. Choose from our Luxury Bed and Breakfast in our homestead or one of our two self contained cottages,
Prices from $460 to $670 per couple
Approx 30 mins from Nelson City, handy to Abel Tasman Park
Exquisitely special place in an oasis of warm hospitality on a fifth generation apple & pear orchard featuring wonderful gardens. 4 guest suites, each designed and furnished for the ultimate in comfort with luxurious bathrooms, Wake to a delicious gourmet breakfast on the deck overlooking the pool.
Prices from $170 to $250 per couple
Located in the heart of Nelson city - 5 min walk to CBD
Welcome to the Baywick Inn, an elegantly restored 1885 Victorian luxury bed and breakfast offering two enchanting inhouse bedrooms,two luxury cottage suites, fabulous gourmet breakfasts,free WIFI,with Genuine Kiwi/Canadian hospitality and a 'Trip Advisor Hall of Fame' winner 2011- 2015.
Prices from $450 to $500 per couple
30 mins from Nelson airport & Abel Tasman National Park
Welcome to Almyra luxury waterfront accommodation set in extensive secluded grounds on an elevated sheltered site on Kina Peninsula, designed for couples looking for a world class experience and special place to stay to unwind or use as a base for exploring the wonderful Nelson and Tasman regions
Prices from $230 to $260 per couple
15 Minute stroll to Mapua Wharf. 30 minute drive to Nelson.
A boutique B & B set on an acre and a half of native landscaped gardens , overlooking a private lagoon with a bridge to small island. Within a 15 minute stroll to Mapua Village & Historic Wharf, with its restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, Art & craft studios. Near to award winning wineries & brewer
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