Bay of Many Coves Resort and Spa
From $825.00 to $1044.00
Features in 13 Guides.
New Zealand Luxury Lodge
Bay of Many Coves is a five star luxury lodge in the Marlborough Sounds.
Relax in a spacious apartment with uninterrupted views of the blue waters and native bush clad hills. Dine at our "Foredeck" restaurant, swim in our fresh water all-seasons pool and cedar hot-tub, enjoy bush walks around the bays, to waterfalls or spectacular lookout points, or read the newspapers over coffee at either of our two licensed cafés - "Kumatage" and "Bight".
The Miritu Day Spa offers a range of massage and pampering treatments to ensure you are fully relaxed and rejuvenated.
A mere stone's throw from the waters edge, your apartment will enjoy uninterrupted sea views from indoors and from the generous sized private balcony.
The interior colour palette reflects the natural hues of warm wood, sand and stone with textured designer fabrics and superb architectural detailing.
Each 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartment has:
-A spacious living room with stylish micro-suede sofas, flat screen TV, stereo entertainment system
-Contemporary kitchenette including microwave, hob cook top, dishwasher and European cookware and glassware, home-made cookies and freshly ground Allpress coffee.
-Tiled designer ensuite bathroom, adjoining each bedroom and supplied with locally designed toiletries for your enjoyment
-Telephone and internet connection
-Laundry facilities (in all 2 bedroom units) and spacious wardrobes, bathrobes and ironing boards
-Private balcony overlooking the Bay, accessible from the bedroom and living room
We offer an exclusive retreat in Marlborough, the heart of New Zealand's finest wine growing country, a playground for sailing, cruising, fishing, diving, walking and kayaking in an unspoilt natural environment.
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Queen Charlotte Sound, Marlborough Sounds
Phone: 03 579 9771
Fax: 03 579 9777
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