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Surely one of the finest drives in New Zealand, and there are many, is from Queenstown to Glenorchy, along the cobalt gleam of Lake Wikatipu, and then up the quiet unpaved road to Paradise for a staggering panorama of the Humboldt mountains.
About halfway along...More
my husband & i stayed there while we were visiting queesntown. totally worth the drive from there. the place just transports you to another world and the view is breathtaking. thomas & christy helped us discover even more beautiful places to visit ahead of glenorchy....More
Our family of five stumbled upon this place on a return drive from Glenorchy. My youngest needed the toilet which is the reason we stopped....and the toilet is an experience of its own!
We absolutely loved all of NZ but this little garden was top...More
We stayed in 14 different places during our holiday in New Zealand, and this was by far the best. The love, care, devotion, and time taken to create this little bit of paradise is truly inspirational. I am not a gardener, but after staying here,...More
Highly highly recommended- The gardens were fantastic and such a strong energy vibe from the whole place- didn't wanna leave as there was genuinely something mystical about the garden. Beautiful interior of the lodge and personal touches that reflect the owners passion for his craftsmanship-a...More
US$88 - US$116 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from Barry Lynch | Reviewed this property |
Hi Quo Vadis
Not that I recall. Internet access is, at best, sketchy on South Island compounded by hotels, lodges etc. cutting access after a short period. At times it hardly seemed worth the bother.
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