Contact Megan Versalko

Ph (06) 306 8599

Corner Grey & Roberts Streets
Martinborough

www.oldmanse.co.nz

$180 - $245
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Martinborough

The Old Manse

Photos of The Old Manse

 

Property Description

In the heart of the wine district, a beautifully restored Presbyterian Manse, built 1876, has been transformed into a boutique homestay. Spacious, relaxed accommodation in a quiet, peaceful setting. 5 queen-size bedrooms all with their own ensuites. All day sun. Off-street parking, open fireplace. Amenities include spa pool, petanque, billiards. Enjoy breakfast or wine overlooking vineyard. Walking distance to Martinborough Square with selection of excellent restaurants. Close to vineyards, antique and craft shops, adventure quad bikes and golf courses. Qualmark 4+

 

B&B Details

Type: B&B & Homestay
Email: Email this host
Phone: (06) 306 8599
0800 399 229
Beds: 1 King
4 Queen
Total 5 Bedrooms
(The King Suite can be booked as 1 king size bed or 2 King singles)
Total capacity for 10 guests
Baths: 5 Ensuite
Tariff: Double: $180.00 - $245.00
Breakfast: Full (Continental + cooked)
Nearest Town: 1 km W of Martinborough
Pets/Children: Not suitable for Children
Facilities: Internet Available, Weddings & Functions
Payments: Visa/Mastercard, Diners, Amex, Eftpos

 

Location

 

Reviews: 3 reviews

"Sandra and John are fantastic people and their hospitality first class. The Old Manse is impeccably decorated, stylish and extremely clean facilities. We felt very welcomed there and spoilt. Thank-you once again. Jennifer and Laura"

Jennifer and Laura Jones, 09/10/2014

"I would highly recommend the old manse to any couple looking for a place to stay. A beautiful old house, excellent service and great value for money. We were greeted at the door and welcomed in for a wine with the other guests. Our room was large, with lovely furnishing and a view out to the gardens. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay, thank you John."

Penny Payne, 24/08/2014

"Very lovely and warm welcome. Sandra really made me feel very welcome. John prepared a very full cooked breakfast."

JULIE ZHENG COURTY, 31/03/2010