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Bay of Many Coves Resort
- Bay of Many Coves Resort
- Bay of Many Coves Resort
- Bay of Many Coves Resort, 2-kamer Appartement
- Bay of Many Coves Resort, Uitzicht vanuit de Kereru Suite
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- rust en natuur
Insiders tipDe Glow Worms-excursie is heel bijzonder. Ook erg leuk voor kleine medereizigers!
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Aparte woon- en slaapkamer, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kitchenette met magnetron en vaatwasser, kluisje, badkamer met douche, veranda met uitzicht over de baai.
Aparte woonkamer en twee slaapkamers, televisie, telefoon, WiFi, kitchenette met magnetron en vaatwasser, wasfaciliteiten, kluisje, twee badkamers met douche, veranda met uitzicht over de baai.
Gelegen op een heuvel bij de Marlborough Sounds, op circa 30 minuten varen van Picton.
- 3 Restaurants
- Vissen (in directe omgeving)
- Wandelingen (onder begeleiding)
- Kids Club
De Marlborough Sounds bevinden zich in het noordoosten van het Zuidereiland. Vanuit Picton kunt u per watertaxi vervoerd worden naar het hotel van uw keuze in deze prachtige omgeving. De serene stilte zal u echt tot rust brengen.
"A bit underwhelmed "
We visited in April at the end of touring New Zealand for 3 weeks. We were traveling with our daughters (ages 11 and 13). We were supposed to arrive via sailboat on a half day excursion that we booked months in advance. Unfortunately, it was cancelled a few days before so we arrived by water taxi. We were given the chance to rebook with someone else but didnâ€™t want to rush into choosing a tour that wasnâ€™t as highly recommend as what we had booked originally. Upon arrival, we were greeted by the general manager, given a property tour and told that the owners were away on holiday. Our 2 bedroom cottage was lovely with a beautiful view. We appreciated the room amenities and nice touches such as the chilled wine and fruit, the robes, slippers, umbrellas, flashlights, binoculars and throws. We used the games and trekking poles that were available in the laundry room. We had a nice time hiking to the glow worms, waterfall and the ridge and the kayaking around the bay was very scenic and relaxing. Unfortunately, the entire cottage floor was extremely slippery-we could not wear socks or slippers and I almost fell transitioning from the wood to bathroom tile twice. It was like the wrong floor product was used. Very dangerous. (In fact, I read another review where someone did slip and fall) The other issue we had with the resort was the restaurant. The food was average, definitely not 5 Star quality, and the variety was not enough for dinners, breakfasts and lunch on the premises. The service was nice at dinner. The experience during lunch and breakfast was cold in both temperature and ambiance. You canâ€™t find fault with the view of the Bay of Many Coves but the overall experience just was not warm and welcoming. It was not the level of service that we have experienced and come to expect from a hotel with this price and ratings.
"Been begging my parents to take me back!!"
Absolutely loved it here!!!!!! It was so relaxing and everyone was so friendly. I have been begging for my mum to take me back (but given we live in the uk she hasnâ€™t said yes yet!) because it was just brilliant we had so much fun as a family me and my three siblings had a great time and loved every second of it. From the kayaking with a seal right next to you, to the homemade hot chocolate delivered each day this is the best place I have ever been to. We loved walking to the look out point to win our chocolate bars, my brothers loved the trio of lamb and my mum and dad liked the wine tasting! We had the best room ever and there were loads of films to choose from and we had the pool and hot tub to ourselves. Whilst we were there there was a storm but this added to the fun, trekking up a hill and paddle boarding in the pouring rain. I felt really lucky to visit. Cate aged 12 visited with my mum, dad, 2 brothers and sister in April 2017 ðŸ’•
"An Epic Adventure "
I just read a review from 1foodie1 who obviously doesnâ€™t know food as his name would suggest however Iâ€™ve just had the most amazing experience here at The Bay of Many Coves. From the moment you step off the boat youâ€™re whisked away to your beautifully appointed suite stocked full of snacks and beverage wine, beer , ciders and non alcoholic the list goes on. The suite itself was impeccable clean and warm the view to die for, the bedroom also featuring uninterrupted views was also well stocked with iron, safe, robes, slippers and a really really comfortable bed with fresh white sheets. The bathroom was a religious experience with water pressure to write home about featuring beautiful boutique hair and body products that just seemed to calm the senses and plenty of big fluffy towels. Now for some of the real highlights!!! Besides the views was our hosts Graham, Kim and Terry Thank you Thank you Thank you. Just before dinner we gathered next to the fireplace where Dom offered the perfect wine and conversation and a few laughs without being too intrusive, he was also our waiter and offered full knowledge of the menu and matched the food and wine to perfection and kept our glasses full. Thank you Dom for that gracious experience. Breakfast is what you want it to be from big breakfast to a bowl of fruit, Perfect. The trails in the bush were stunning the wildlife (plenty) was superb, even a cheeky weka followed me around. Thereâ€™s plenty of areas for a rest and/or a meditation. I really cannot think of enough good to say about this magical experience so I will close by saying Thank you all with all of my heart for taking such good care of me. Peace
"Great location, views, and rooms, but average dinners"
The Bay of Many Coves is a stunning property, with each room having a fabulous view of the sounds. There are many aspects to love about this place. Unfortunately, given the price, my experience didn't quite meet my high expectations. There were many great aspects, such as the property itself, the location for walks, and you can even see glow worms and penguins just a short walk from the resort. I really enjoyed breakfast and lunch, but the dinner restaurant was a let down. The chef tries to do too much, and if you stay for a few nights, you can see the same ingredients used repeatedly. The one waitress we saw there while on our stay was a backpacker, and while friendly, needed some training. The room itself was almost $900, then when you add on drinks and meals, it comes out to about $1200/night. So if you can find a deal, then I'd recommend going. But if not, it's not quite worth the money.
"An amazing place with wonderful people"
Our trek (or tramp as the Kiwis call it!) from Punga cove to The BOMC was brilliant. We highly recommend taking the ridge line from the base of the BOMC if youâ€™re an experienced hiker and are looking for a fun challenge. The arrival into the resort is like a picture from a movie. The hosts Graham and Kim are real professionals and nothing is too much to ask for. The fireplace in the restaurant is something to behold, the food is mind blowing and the waiters are as good as any restaurant you will find in a capital city fine dining restaurant. The hot tub is a hit. The dolphins are friendly when youâ€™re kayaking beside them in the picturesque sound and the fish are abundant! A must visit place if youâ€™re in the Queen Charlotte Sound.
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