Contact Robynne and Elwyn

Ph 03 5451468

18 Ledbury Road



Lookout From Ledbury

Photos of Lookout From Ledbury


Property Description

Our home is nestled on the Atawhai hills just five minutes drive from the centre of Nelson . Overlooking the Haven to the Boulder Bank and Tasman Bay and the ranges beyond including Mt Arthur. From the full length deck you can enjoy the ever changing vista wrought by the tides by day and in the evenings spectacular, colourful sunsets.
You are equally welcome to relax and absorb the view from the deck or inside in our family lounge.
We offer a "cuppa" on arrival or a glass of local wine.
We are situated in a very private, quiet neighbourhood, there is a possibility you will wake to the song of the native birds in the trees on our property .
We hope to be able to help you with restaurant suggestions and activities within the region.
An evening meal can be offered by prior arrangement.


B&B Details

Type: B&B & Homestay
Email: Email this host
Phone: 03 5451468
Beds: 1 King
1 Queen
Total 2 Bedrooms
(2 spacious rooms, 1 with King bed, 1 with a Queen bed. Both rooms have large wardrobes, a desk and chair, heater, electric blankets. Bath robes and towels and beach towels supplied. Guest facilities are separate to owners living accommodation on second f)
Total capacity for 4 guests
Baths: 1 Guest Share
We only take bookings for one couple at a time, unless friends wish to stay together, so you have exclusive use of the guest bathroom.
Tariff: Double: $150.00
Single: $150.00
Dinner: An evening meal can be provided please enquire.
Other: WINTER SPECIAL rate $140 for one night or $200 for two
Breakfast: Full (Continental + cooked)
Nearest Town: 4 km N of Nelson
Pets/Children: Pet free home, Not suitable for Children
Facilities: Free WiFi
Smoking: No smoking on property




Location Information

Nelson is well known for its' Arts and Crafts, wine making, swimming, fishing, yachting, mountain biking , walking and of course its' close proximity to the Marlborough Sounds ,Able Tasman National park, the Nelson lakes and ski fields. We have the highest sunshine hours in the South Island which enable us to enjoy roaming this delightful, scenic wonderland we call home.


Reviews: 6 reviews

"We had a lovely stay. We had friends from the UK and they were really impressed. The rooms were just lovely, clean and roomy. Thanks Robyn for your hospitality and the yummy breakfasts. Regards Jan.."

Jan Purvis, 31/01/2017

"What can you say about perfection? Perfect hosts, perfect accommodation, perfect view, perfect breakfast, perfect advice re: what to do in Nelson. We went to the Saturday market in Nelson and found unique items. Took a 3 hour boat cruise around Abel Tasman Reserve. Robynne and Elwyn were perfect hosts. We could have stayed for a week but our tripped was planned. We highly recommend their B&B!"

Ron and Jan Beesley, 28/02/2016

"We loved our stay with Robynne and were made to feel very at home. The accommodation has been newly removed and finished to a very high standard. Breakfast was outstanding. We would definitely stay here again."

Cassie, 27/02/2016

"We had a perfect time. Robynne and her family were really welcoming and gernerous. We felt like at home. The room and the bathroom are very tidy, nice decorated and very big. They know Nelson and the area very well. We would definitely stay here again!"

Alex & Lorenz, 13/02/2016

"During a visit to Nelson for business, I stayed at Lookout from Ledbury. I have stayed at this very tidy house three times now, and the view from the balcony still doesn't fail to impress. Robynne the host is very friendly and makes you feel very welcome in her lovely house. Everything is very clean and tidy, a great place to stay!"

Brad Bannan, 08/04/2015

"I had a wonderful stay here, Robynne was so friendly and helpful. The views totally breathtakingly beautiful. The room was lovely and wonderfully quiet and peaceful. Breakfast in the morning was just delicious. I have already booked to go back again. I would totally recommend staying here."

Carey White, 08/06/2014