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Accommodation at Stuart Manor Boutique Bed and Breakfast

Our three rooms are individually themed and presented.

K’ Road Room

A brightly decorated room named after Auckland’s infamous Karangahape Rd. As its namesake, the room is bright, gay and a little fun.

The tiled en-suite bathroom has shower, toilet, heated towel rail, fan heater and rimu timber vanity.

The room has rear garden views, luggage rack, and built in wardrobe.



Hokitika Room

Autumn tonings, ferns and mountain scenes, Hokitika is the capital town and the gateway to the West Coast of the South Island.

The large en-suite bathroom has shower, bath, large vanity, toilet and fan heater.

The room has rear garden views, antique dresser and wardrobe, and luggage rack.

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Akaroa Room

Akaroa, on Banks Peninsula Canterbury, and only 80 k’s from Christchurch was settled first by the French in 1840. Our furnishings reflect this French influence.

The large en-suite bathroom has shower, toilet, claw foot bath, pedestal basin and fan heater.

This is our largest room, and it has east facing leafy garden views, window seat, kauri dresser, oak freestanding wardrobe and luggage rack.

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Dining Room

Enjoy breakfast in here by choosing from a selection of fresh fruit, cereals, yoghurt, homemade bread and preserves and lashings of coffee and juices.

Suzy will also offer you a delicious choice from our cooked Menu. We like to source all our ingredients locally and use our home grown herbs as often as we can.

 

Guest Lounge

Our cosy lounge has a gas fireplace, sky television, a library of books, DVD’s and a selection of current and local magazines. Fresh coffee and a selection of teas and biscuits are always available. A perfect room to relax in. Our lounge and dining rooms face the main part of our garden. We like to encourage our guests to wander around the gardens, which are constantly being developed by Suzy and John.

 

 

 


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