By Gaye Rowberry and Bachchat staff
Enjoy the vineyards of Martinborough from a spacious and elegant homestay - More
Posted: 22-Jun-2012 |
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By Bachchat staff
Two former rail carriages at Palliser Bay are the latest in a long line of conversions - More
Posted: 26-May-2011 |
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By Sara Goessi
Martinborough's come a long way since its first Pinot Noir plantings - More
Posted: 28-Mar-2011 |
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By Nola Smith
Fond memories of bach holidays at Big Bay in the 1940s - long drops, meat safes, sackfuls of seafood and a great community.
By Kath Lane
Wildside Lodge is a labour of love, a rustic, hand-crafted beauty which evolved through Dan and Kath Lane's philosophy and need for using resources that were locally available and free, or at least recycled and cheap!
The youngest island in the Hauraki Gulf boasts some of its oldest baches - a glimpse of a holiday community from our past.
By Delwyn Barnett
A set of apartments in Opua housed American soldiers during World War II, in its earlier incarnation as a boarding house
A riverfront villa that's perfect for groups: mess about in boats, bike to wineries or swan about historically.
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