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Centrally located, A Boutique hotel - Queenstown offers free Wi-Fi and free off-street parking. All rooms and suites offer views of downtown Queenstown or Queenstown Bay. 1 person is looking at this bed and breakfast. More
Each room and suite has a modern en suite bathroom with shower and luxury bathrobes. All suites include a living room with open fireplace and a private terrace with Lake Wakatipu views.
Breakfast is provided and includes organic, seasonal produce, such as eggs benedict with crispy bacon or New Zealand salmon. Every evening, guests are invited to pre-dinner drinks and canapés.
Books, games, magazines and a DVD library are provided for guests to use. The pillow menu allows guests to pick the pillow of their choice.
Queenstown city centre is only 200 metres from A Boutique Hotel - Queenstown House. It is 400 metres to the shores of Queenstown Bay and 500 metres to Queenstown Gardens’ walking and cycling tracks.
Bed and breakfast: 10 rooms
Wet and wild in New Zealand
After touching down at Auckland Airport, it doesn't take visitors long to realise that this nation's most enduring love affair is with the sea.
Signs outside beckon you into the City of Sails and the airport's other sales are full of America's Cup memorabilia - the biggest show in town until February 2003.
With that in mind, it's impossible to visit the North Island without taking to the sea and there are many options.
Most visitors begin their travels in Auckland - New Zealand's biggest city and a great place to firm up your sea legs.
There are countless cruises from the harbour to islands in the Hauraki Gulf. Rangitoto and Waiheke are the most popular for short trips.
A 12-minute ferry ride to Devonport is a cheaper option and offers a great venue for an early morning coffee.
Once you've navigated Auckland, head for the beautiful Bay of Islands - a three-hour drive away in Northland.
Base yourself in Paihia or the more romantic Russell and tour the coves and beaches of its 150 beautiful islands.
Wonderful tall ships and sailing boats will glide across the turquoise waters as you keep one lazy eye open for dolphins. Day-trips cost about $80 (£26) including lunch.
If you need a bit more of an adrenaline rush, take a speedboat trip from Paihia out to the Hole In The Rock. You'll get a lifejacket for a noisy, wet ride, which combines New Zealand's top attractions - stunning scenery and hair-raising adventure.
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