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Kulnine is a large elegantly furnished homestead originally built in 1868 that has been sympathetically renovated to provide the highest standards and comforts you would expect from any luxury accommodation. Set in eight acres of established park like grounds and gardens, the homestead is nestled in the Kekerengu Valley and cradled beneath the inner Kaikoura Mountains to the shores of the Pacific Ocean creating a unique and tranquil setting.
Accommodation is available in the Homestead and in “The Cottage”.
The Homestead offers two large double bedrooms each with their own ensuite, with only the highest quality linen and furnishings used to compliment this gracious homestead.
The Cottage is fully selfcontained and accommodates four people. Set in an olive grove with wide views and access to the Kekerengu River and Pacific Ocean.
Kulnine is perfect for a weekend of fresh sea & country air, local ski-ing ( June-October), whale watching and or fishing- at anytime of the year.
To finish your day guests will be indulged with local seafoods, garden fresh greens, boutique wines plus the many complimentry delighters.
Picnic baskets are available on request, for beach and river walks.
Your hosts John (your chef) and Helen delight in making your stay not only enjoyable, but memorable in the tranquility of Kulnine and the beautiful Kekerengu Valley.
Kaikoura, New Zealand is a famous tourism destination for visitors from
all over the world. The stunning coastline is on the rugged east coast of
New Zealands South Island and is overlooked by the majestic snow capped Southern Alps. A renowned eco-tourism hot spot Kaikoura is famous for it's whale watching and 'swimming with the dolphins' but Kaikoura offers that and much more.
Marlborough is an idyllic region boasting some of New Zealand's most spectacular landscape. The diverse natural attractions range from the sheltered waterways of the Marlborough Sounds to the Kaikoura where rugged west-coast meets the snow-capped mountains of the Southern Alps. While presenting all these stunning natural wonders the fast growing gourmet food industry, an enviable range of vineyards plus all the café's, restaurants and the ready access to local seafood mean you are never too far from superb wine, refreshments and great cuisine.
Marlborough is an easy-to-get-to part of the country accessible by land, sea or air