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The Resurgence Luxury Eco Lodge biedt verschillende sfeervolle kamers en chalets aan. De standaard en superior kamers zijn kleiner en liggen in de lodge. De Bush Chalets zijn studio's gelegen in de bossen met fantastisch uitzicht over de Kahurangi National Park. De Bush Lodge Luxury Suites bieden volledige privacy en zijn ideaal voor honeymooners. Het restaurant serveert dagelijks een 4-gangenmenu gecomplimenteerd met de beste wijnen uit de regio van Marlborough, maar u kunt hier ook op logies verblijven. Zoekt u ontspanning, dan bent u in deze lodge aan het goede adres: massagebehandelingen in de spa, een zalig zwembad, een fitnessruimte, mountainbikes en een joggingtrail van 5 kilometer lang. De lodge ligt nabij het Abel Tasman National Park en de Marlborough Sounds. Een verblijf in The Resurgence zal een onvergetelijke ervaring worden.
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Ceiling fan, gas open haart, televisie, DVD speler, iPod docking station, kluis, keukentje, zit gelegenheid, volledig ingerichte badkamer met massage douche
Zoals Bush Chalet, badkamer met massage douche en losstaand bad.
Gelegen tussen het Abel Tasman- en het Kahurangi National park. Een uur rijden vanaf Nelson airport.
• Fitness center
• Yoga/aerobic ruimte
• 5 km lange wandel- fiets- en jogging paden
Motueka (6700 inwoners) is het centrum van een landbouwgebied waar men zich vooral op groene thee, hop en fruit richt. Toeristisch gezien fungeert het als springplank voor bezoeken aan en meerdaagse wandeltochten door het Abel tasman National Park.
"Great hospitality...great setting...great stay!"
Peter and Clare have been the most wonderful hosts...appropriately solicitous without being intrusive...caring and concerned in a situation of minor crisis and generally wonderfully kind and considerate. In addition their Eco hotel is in a fantastic setting within the Abel Tasman National Park with all creature comforts provided and superb food and drink. We had not intended to stay here until our original plans to visit Kaikoura were scuppered by the earthquake in 2016. That disappointment has been considerably assuaged by our stay here and we would thoroughly recommend it. In addition whilst staying here, the appalling weather earlier in January rendered our planned Trans Alpine Rail crossing impassable. Both Clare and Peter could not have been more helpful in liaising with our travel agents and helping us to make alternative arrangements at very short notice....Brilliant hosts to whom we are greatly indebted. Many thanks!
"Fabulous place to stat"
We've had two fabulous nights here despite the weather! Arrived in the rain before the storm and quick check in got us down to our Bush Chalet. Found a dry spot on our terrace to enjoy some local wine and craft beer. Booked our evening meal in the main house and enjoyed a four course meal with three other couples on the first night. Great nights sleep with the best bedding we've had during the whole trip. Breakfast ingredients provided in the chalet enabled us to be up and off for our days activity in Abel Tasman. Returned knackered from our kayaking and hiking we cooked and ate our evening meal on the BBQ. Great selection of herbs and spices supplied in the kitchen made the NZ lamb even tastier! Woke up to a 6degrees this morning but loving the peace and quiet and freshness whilst listening to the lovely dawn chorus. Fresh local eggs, home cooked bread for breakfast then off on our travels - could have spent a week here!
"Couldn't be more perfect"
The Resurgence has really raised the bar for me. I've stayed at some wonderful places around NZ, but this is now my favourite. The seclusion and tranquility during the day, spending an afternoon drinking red wine in the bath while looking out at the bush, and then topped off with a lovely, social evening. We were there two days (not long enough!) and each evening the drinks and hors d'oeuvre with Peter and Clare and the other guests were really fun, and the meal that followed exquisite. It's hard to imagine how they saw this place 15 years ago and imagined what they could do with it, then had the drive to do it and to do it so well. I wouldn't change a thing. It was really the best.
"Lovely - but space for improvement"
Let me start by saying that Claire and Peter have truly put their hearts into trying to create a lovely place for people to come to. They are warm and welcoming, friendly and available. The location is beautiful - and the walks around the property are well worth doing, especially the one down to the Resurgence river mouth. This said, given they position themselves as a Luxury Resort (and price it accordingly) I believe there is room for improvement. The biggest area of improvement is in the food offering. As this is a fully catered location, we expected breakfast and dinner to be of the greatest standard. Unfortunately, this is not the case. The breakfast is fine, but nothing one would not get in any normal B&B. I would have expected fresh fruit baskets, selections of freshly prepared juices, pastries etc - The evening canapes are enjoyed in a nice setting, but cant say a few chips and nibbles really can be considered a "luxury". Dinner was also quite a bland affair, with basic recipes and not really showcasing to the best the local ingredients one can find in the area. Finally, I find it really quite a shame that one is charged on top of that for wine. It would be nice to be allocated 1 bottle per room (couple) on the house - with anything consumed in addition to be charged. A very simple solution to the food issues would be to simply employ a young talented NZ chef and let him/her dazzle the guests with some local recipes that really would make the stay memorable. When one is paying 400 GBP / Night this would be expected. Rooms are nice enough - although we were troubled by the lack of a curtain on the window overlooking the bed - therefore 6 AM is your de-facto alarm clock as the sun is shining on you, weather you like it or not. This may well be the case only for our room though. The pool area is fine, but did not spend time in it. Apparently Resurgence was voted in the top 25 Eco Lodges in the world.. well, I have been to quite a few and, although I believe Claire and Peter have all the enthusiasm and character to bring it to this standard, it is my humble opinion that The Resurgence is not there yet... to summarize: is it in a beautiful location? yes. Is it worth a minimum of 400Â£/night in its current offering: not really. Can it get there? I'm sure that with the correct feedback and appropriate steps taken, it can.
"Tolle Eco-Lodge fÃ¼r die Zeit im Abel Tasman Park"
We spent 3 perfect days at the Resurgence Eco Lodge. The lodges are clean, with all the luxury and conform you need and perfectly equipped, the bed is fantastic. Clare, Peter and Sam are true hosts, warm and welcoming; they also provided us with worthwhile activities and spots to see. We would recommend to book at least a few dinners; we met interesting other guests and had pleasant conversations; the quality of the meal was good to excellent. Overall the lodge is truly worth its price and we would love to stay there again.
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