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Lands End Boutique Hotel is set on the rugged coastline of New Zealand’s southern-most town Bluff. Guests enjoy free WiFi and free continental breakfast. Some rooms boast sea views. Wonderful hosts who were very welcoming and catered for our every need. Crayfish at the restaurant was superb and great value for money. The views from the hotel are stunning, also there is a continuous parade of tourists and locals visiting the start/end of Highway 1. My wife left a garment in the closet, it was mailed back to Australia at no cost to us.
Boasting a lovely rose garden, Bradshaw House Bluff offers accommodations in Bluff. Local shops and restaurants are less than 10 minutes' walk away. Free WiFi and free private parking are provided. Lovely warm welcome from Lisa and thoughtful touches in the bathroom and kitchenette. Comfy bed, warm heater.
Located in Bluff in the Southland Region, this detached holiday home is 13 mi from Invercargill. Guests benefit from free WiFi and private parking available on site. Even though we checked-in late, Lisa lead us to the property in the dark and told us every thing we need to know. Excellent Wi-Fi connectivity and spark clean.
Set in a unique forest wetland ecosystem with great bird life, Bushy Point Fernbirds B&B is 11 minutes' drive from Invercargill. Amazing work Ian and Jenny are doing there! Very happy to see the conservational commitment and the results of so much effort into that gorgeous land of theirs. Beautiful house, amazing views of the wild life around it, super clean, comfy and providing not only all facilities, but and extraordinary breakfast.
Located 3.5 miles from Rugby Park Stadium, Tui Hideaway has accommodations with a garden, a shared lounge and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Complimentary WiFi is available. The host Kevin was lovely and gave us the privacy we needed when we needed it. It's so relaxing there - surrounded by bush and the call of native birds and multiple options for sitting around the property.
Nice wee location, stayed in a great cottage that had everything we needed & more. Disappointed at the prices of the bluff oysters in local shop considering thats where they are from we expected they would be a bit cheaper than $45 doz & didn’t feel well after eating them!
A place to claim you went to the southern tip of the continent. Fun to watch travelers coming and going all day to take pictures at the iconic mileage post. Warm hospitality on an exposed sea coast. Linda & Ross very gracious hosts.
This place is hosted by a lovely couple who owns the house. They were very hospitable. The room “suit” has everything you need in it. View from the window was great. We would stay longer if we could.
Bluff is a working town, with not much to do after 4:30. It does have a great museum. We were there in terrible weather, so there's probably more to see on a sunny day. The people in Bluff were very nice.
Bluff, where the highway BEGINS - what more can I say 😊 Stand by the signpost at the start of the highway, even take a selfie if you must. A definite item to add to or tick off from your travel to do list, then don't forget to tell friends and family. Bluff is so visitor-friendly, walk around the streets and the locals always say hi and even tell you the name of their dog if the are out walking one 😀 Visit the Bill Richardson Transport World museum and cafe in Invercargill - a fascinating world class collection of vehicles, well worth a visit.
There's not much in Bluff but it's the gateway to Stewart Island. The view from Bluff Hil is fabulous - a real 360 degree view. Sunrise at Bluff can be stunning. If you are into oysters you can get them there.