There’s lots to do … or not ….. if its seclusion and the view you are after.
Feel free to discuss what you would like to do … or not … in advance using contact or over breakfast with your host.
There are a number of day trips available; a drive through to Port Underwood, and Rarangi on one of Marlborough’s Treasury pathways; a drive through the Grove Arm to view the bottom section of the Queen Charlotte Sound with a visit to the Outward Bound School in Anakiwa and Havelock for some world class green […]
By prior arrangement at the time of booking your Homestay host Colette can coordinate a platter using local ingredients to be available in your room for your arrival.
The home stay’s location in Marlborough offers access to some world class wines including chardonnay, riesling, pinot noir, pinot gris, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and is becoming recognised as a region producing some of the best sauvignon blanc wines anywhere.
The home stay has a number of fishing rods (at last count at least 4 or 5) available to guests to allow you to try your luck from the beach, including securing your own mussels off the rocks for bait if you wish, or use of the dingy from the home stay boat shed with […]
Available at any time from the jetty, although jumping is not encouraged due to variable water depth and the rock bottom, or off the beach by the jetty at other than high tide. The home stay boat shed has its own secluded beach for all tides.
There are a number of walks available from the home stay. Queen Charlotte Track Access to the Queen Charlotte Track ( 87 kilometers in length ) is available by arrangement which is across the sound, with drop off at Anakiwa and pick up at Ships Cove or the reverse. See the QC Track web site […]