Marlborough Bed & Breakfast & Adelaide's Barn

Bed and Breakfast / Blenheim

Nanette & Steve warmly invite you to their historic homestead "Woodside", near Blenheim.

Marlborough Bed and Breakfast, an 1877 historic luxury B and B/rural homestay and self contained accommodation near Blenheim in Marlborough, New Zealand.

Relax at an ideal base for exploring one of the world's finest wine regions, the unspoiled paradise of the Marlborough Sounds and Blenheim and Picton. Located just off State Highway 1, Blenheim (10 minutes away) and Picton / Interisland Ferry Terminal (15 minutes away).

Tastefully decorated with warm natural colours, "Woodside" sits naturally in its pastoral environment. Set in 7 acres of park like grounds and pasture with mature oaks, walnut orchard, native New Zealand and coastal grasses and trees.

Amble through tranquil park like gardens, under the majestic trees, and beside the meandering stream with an abundance of birdlife and song to complete the setting.

You will stay in either our delightful Garden suite with its own entrance leading from the wisteria covered verandah. The suite has a spacious well furnished ensuite bedroom and sitting/sunroom with French doors to private patio; or the Romantic, self contained Adelaide's Barn, set within the grounds of the homestead.

The best of both worlds - a quiet retreat for relaxation, but just minutes to wonderful wineries and the marvellous Marlborough Sounds.

We look forward to welcoming you at our historic Marlborough home.

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Bush Rd

Phone: 03 570 5430


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From $245.00 Per Night.

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4.5 Stars Balcony/Courtyard Barbecue Breakfasts Check-in Time: 2:00pm Check-out Time: 10:30am Clothesline Free parking Freeview Fridge/Freezer Guest Laundry High Speed wireless internet Laundry Facilities Luggage Storage Non Smoking Parking - Off street Pet friendly Sky TV Unlimited free wifi Weddings

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