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Over Bay of Many Coves Resort
Dit resort betekent letterlijk 'Baai van de vele inhammen' en is tegen een heuvel aan gebouwd. De sfeervol ingerichte appartementen beschikken over een kitchenette en het balkon biedt een schitterend panorama over de inhammen die hier samen komen. U kunt een spa-behandeling ondergaan, een krantje lezen onder het genot van een kopje koffie in het Kumatage café of gewoon op uw balkon van het uitzicht genieten. Bay of Many Coves vormt een perfecte uitvalsbasis voor activiteiten in de omgeving, zoals een bezoek aan een wijngaard, zeilen, vissen, duiken of kajakken. Aan het einde van de dag kunt u in het Foredeck Restaurant dineren bij zonsondergang of in het Bight Café een lichte maaltijd nuttigen.
- rust en natuur
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: Aparte woon- en slaapkamer, televisie, radio, telefoon, internettoegang, kitchenette met magnetron en vaatwasser, kluisje, compleet ingerichte badkamer met föhn en balkon met uitzicht over de baai.
: Zoals 2-kamer appartement, met wasfaciliteiten, twee slaapkamers en twee badkamers.
Gelegen op een heuvel bij de Marlborough Sounds, op circa 30 minuten varen van Picton.
• 2 Restaurants
• 2 Bars
• 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 Luxurious Retreat"
The BoMC Resort really is a luxurious retreat deep in Queen Charlotte Sound, just right to stop, enjoy the beauty and splendour, the peace and quiet, and the exceptionally warm and personal welcome and service. It is miles from anywhere, accessible only by boat, and quite compact, but has everything you could want - gorgeous, spacious and comfortable luxury lodges, a superb restaurant, kayaks, even a laundry for guests' use. The breakfasts, dinner and cafÃ©-bar meals were all excellent. Be warned though that although the lodges have kitchens, there is no shop here, so bring everything you want, or you'll be eating in the restaurant/cafÃ©, and if you've not gone for the package that could end up quite expensive quite quickly! For those not wanting to simply sit and enjoy the view, there are a few walks from the resort, but they are long and in places aggressively steep and relentless - to be able to enjoy them, reasonable fitness is a must.
"Well worth a visit to switch off and relax"
After a few days of cycling round the wineries of Marlborough, we drove the short journey to Picton whereupon we boarded a boat to Bay of Many Coves. The resort is accessible only by boat or helicopter so we knew we were going to be in for a quiet and secluded few days which was just what we wanted. And boy, did BoMC deliver! We received a lovely personal greeting from the owners, Murray and Elaine. We were shown around the resort by Natalie and made to feel instantly at home. The view from our room was breathtaking and overlooked the bay with its crystal blue waters below and the bright sunny skies above. The room was very well furnished with a nice kitchenette area and good sized lounge and balcony. The bedroom was again a good size and nicely decorated. A lovely touch was the provision of gorgeously soft throws made by Stansborough both on the bed and in the lounge as when the sun goes down it can get a bit chilly. The throws are available to purchase in the shop. We dined in the restaurant both nights. The first night was Valentine's Day and they gave us all a free glass of champagne which was nice. The food was excellent. My husband had the pork belly starter followed by the lamb. Both dishes were cooked to perfection. The next night he had a lamb starter followed by the beef. Again, the cooking was spot on. I am vegetarian and what was lovely was, without asking, the second night the waitress informed me that the chef was going to cook some different dishes for me to what was on the menu if I would like. The service was absolutely excellent. Every waiter/ess was personable, knew the menu well and would offer menu advice if required. They also have an excellent selection of tea and one waiter was really enthusiastic in describing the different varieties to me. He was spot on and I can now thoroughly recommend the kawakawa, lemon and ginger! In terms of activities, be aware that there is no gym. However, there is nature's gym right on your doorstep. There is a running trail, hiking trail, kayaking etc. all available to do. We undertook the one hour 2km hike. It is pretty tough but with enough stopping points along the way to gather your breath. Make sure you keep on going to the viewing point at the top, though, as it is simply stunning!! Also, take water. If you want to hike further, the track extends for, I think, an additional 2km. Also, be aware that the wifi speed is relatively slow as it comes in via satellite. This was not a problem at all for us as slowing down and cutting off from reality was what we wanted, but it could be an issue if for any reason you simply have to be online..... In summary, this was a delightful two nights and we wished we had stayed for a third. We will be back!!
"The perfect place to stop travelling and recharge your batteries."
After two weeks in the North Island we spent three very happy and relaxing days at BOMC. From the very personal welcome, through to our departure date we were subject to wonderful service, great food and a beautiful place to relax in great comfort. All the staff were brilliant, Murray and Elaine should be proud of them all. Water taxi transfer from Picton also makes the arrival special but the departure makes you sorry to be going. Lovely private bungalows with all facilities one could wish for.
A fantastic location with water taxi access only, providing a secluded location for a very quiet peaceful break. Walks through the woods are challenging and get the heart racing but stimulating and most enjoyable. The food is gourmet standard and we looked forward to the meal every night, thoroughly enjoyable. Quite expensive, due to its isolated position and quality food and wine, but worth every cent. A great location for a bit of R&R.
My wife and I spent 2 fabulous days at The Bay of Many Coves. Wonderfully hosted by Elaine and Murray, we arrived by charter from Picton and were given a tour of the resort before relaxing back to a stunning dinner prepared by Chef Francesco. The weather was beautiful for the 2 days we were there and the grounds immaculate. The rooms were tastefully decorated with superior fittings throughout. Definitely worth visiting if you seek tranquility, great food and outstanding service.
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