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Old Schoolhouse Vineyard CottageTasman, Tasman Bay, Upper Moutere
Sited on Kina Beach Vineyard Estate, the Old Schoolhouse Vineyard Cottage has been carefully restored and transformed into self-contained accommodation. Originally built in 1934, the Redwoods Valley Schoolhouse was moved to the vineyard in 1999 and retains the native heart matai floors, tongue and groove walls and ceilings. Guests enjoy the panoramic views over Tasman Bay, the sunrises and sunsets being especially popular. Vineyard tours are also available to guests.
Breakfast provisions are supplied, sufficient for two days, and a fully equipped kitchen enables guests to self-cater. A barbecue is also available for alfresco dining, and restaurants are within a 10-minute drive. The cottage can accommodate honeymoon couples and a sunroom provides an extra single divan.
Rates & Bookings
- vineyard tours on site
- relaxing in NZ native and cottage garden on site
- Kina Beach, 200m walk
- Tasman Golf Course, 5 mins
- safe swimming beaches
- winery tours, by arrangement
- restaurants nearby
- Motueka, 10-min drive
- Kaiteriteri Beach, 30-min drive
- Rainbow Ski-field, 2-hour drive
- Nelson City and airport, 30 mins
- Abel Tasman Coast Track
- Abel Tasman Kayaks & Ocean River Sea Kayaking
- Te Waikoropupu Springs
- Golden Bay
- show Friars listed activities in a radius of 5Km., 30Km., or 60Km. of Old Schoolhouse Vineyard Cottage
contact detailsDave Birt and Pam Robert
Dee Road, Kina Beach, RD1
(region: Tasman, Tasman Bay, Upper Moutere)
Phone +64-3-526 6252
Fax +64-3-526 6252
Mobile +64-27 281 2425
Directions: Take scenic coastal highway, SH 60, from Nelson and travel 40km towards Motueka. At Tasman, turn right into Kina Beach Rd. Take 1st right into Dee Rd. Kina Beach Vineyard 1st on left to Cottage.
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