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Kinross Cottages Boutique Vineyard Hotel is located just 25 minutes' drive from Queenstown and features stunning mountain and vineyard views. The room rate was worth the stay. It was clean, very comfortable, and has a nice scenery (vineyard and mountains).
Featuring garden views, Judge & Jury Cottage features accommodations with a garden and a patio, around 9.3 mi from Nevis Bungy. Incredible location set high on a hill in the Gibbston Valley. House was extremely comfortable and we enjoyed our time there. Easy drive to Queenstown and airport. Hight recommend this accommodation.
Located in Gibbston, within 5 mi of Nevis Bungy, Pagan Vines Vineyard Accommodations offers accommodations with free WiFi, air conditioning and a garden. This is a great spot among the vineyards with my two favourite things - mountain views and a fireplace! This was the perfect spot after spending a few crazy days prior in Queenstown. If you after something where you feel miles away but are still close to everything then this is it.
Boasting a restaurant, a garden, and a private beach area, Gibbston Boathouse with Outdoor Bath offers accommodations in Gibbston with free WiFi and garden views. Such a lovely cottage in Gibbston valley. Perfect for what we needed for the weekend. Very comfortable beds, beautiful linens and high quality is always appreciated. Lovely outdoor bbq area we enjoyed the outdoor fire, such a beautiful setting.
Featuring free WiFi and a terrace, Creagh Cottage is a 2-bedroom holiday home set in the mountains above Arrowtown. It is just 6.8 mi from Coronet Peak. Guests receive free private parking on site. It’s not your run-of-the-mill-cookie-cutter hotel. It’s got character. It was cosy and had everything we needed. The hosts were super friendly and even provided us with some wine from their own vineyard. I would definitely stay here again.
The layout of the cottages were great, they were nice and spread out from each other. The interior was clean and modern. Free buffet breakfast and wine tasting was awesome, hot tub was also another great addition.
Gibbston is a very cute little town with many boutique and well known wineries for Pinot noir. Very relaxing and perfect for couples - we especially loved the wine tasting and the Gibbston valley cheesery
Gibbston is a lovely, picturesque area near the Crown Mountain Range, with lots of vineyards. It is about 15 miles from Queenstown and about 7 miles from beautiful little Arrowtown. There are lots of activities closeby which makes it a good base. Most of the vineyards offer wine tasting.
Great for walking and outdoor activity days. The River trail was Beautiful, allowing us to stop at Gibbston Valley winery for lunch. Lunch was ok. Enough to eat and drink in the vicinity, few activities unless your doing the overpriced adventure tourism type things eg.Bungy, Canyoning. Things are not a long distance away however, if we weren't interested in walking and then happy to relax at Kinross then the distances would be an issue post winery visits when your unable to drive etc
Sitting in the valley, close to Arrowtown and Queenstown. Great as a quick peaceful getaway. Stayed with the wonderful hosts Johnny and Suzie at Pagan Vines accommodation. Top class, stylish and pristine cottage with access to the great outdoors at your doorstep. I could have stayed a month. This is an incredible part of the world accessible to "Joe Average". Take advantage.
The Gibbston Valley is where Alan Brady first planted pinot noir vines. If pinot noir is something you would like to explore, this is the place to begin. Before Brady, the valley was all sheep, now it is all vines and they also cover much of Central Otago. The restaurant at Kinross Cottages is great value. as are several of the restaurants in nearby Bannockburn. I would particularly recommend either lunch or dinner at Carrick's winery - much better value than the over-hyped Amisfield near Queenstown, and Carrick's food is superb. For food also try The Lazy Dog. There is also the famous AJ Hackett bridge where bungy-jumping was commercialised. The landscape is hauntingly beautiful. Beware of the roads: like everywhere in rural NZ, allow much longer than the kilometeres suggest and drive much more slowly than you would at home. Don't forget to tour the Gibbston Valley Winery and Cheesery - where the pinot story all began.
This is a great spot among the vineyards with my two favourite things - mountain views and a fireplace! This was the perfect spot after spending a few crazy days prior in Queenstown. If you after something where you feel miles away but are still close to everything then this is it.