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Bay of Many Coves
Why we like it
- Luxurious five star resort right on the water's edge
- In total seclusion and only accessible by boat
- An adventurers paradise with activities such as swimming with dolphins and bush walking
- As well as offering a choice of fine dining experiences, your apartment is equipped with excellent cooking facilities
After a busy day, there's nothing better than a well-deserved massage at the spa followed by a fresh seafood supper expertly created under the watchful eye of Executive Chef, Hannes Bareiter –all washed down with specially selected local wines, of course.
First experience with A&K. Intended to ask various travel companies for quotes but Vicky (Hamlin) was so good with her suggestions that we did not seek alternative quotations the suggested itinerary was excellent and helped us decide on a balanced and interesting holiday.
- GD, Windermere
The Bay of Many Coves is an adventurer’s paradise nestled deep in theMarlborough Sounds perched on the very edge of the water. Choose from one, two, or three bedroom luxurious apartments hidden in the bush affording magnificent views of the bay from private balconies, with interiors featuring warm woods perfectly complemented by coffee and cream furnishings for an elegant yet homely ambience.
The Bay of Many Coves offers guests everything they could possibly need for a luxurious yet adventurous holiday. With a wealth of activities on offer, you can choose from kayaking, fishing, swimming with dolphins, wine tours, eco cruising, bird watching and even a glow worm natural light show, to name just a few.
Best time to be there
Summer on the north island (December to February) is ideal for outdoor pursuits with mild temperatures and hours of sunshine. Venture to the numerous ski slopes and warm up close to a crackling fire during the winter months in June to August.
Auckland (Air New Zealand, Air Tahiti Nui, daily)
26 hours, one stop
GMT +12 hours
Not required for UK passport holders
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
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