Michele and Marcus welcome you to St Leonards Vineyard Cottages. The homestead is a classic New Zealand farm house built in the 1880s and was once the focal point of a large farm complex. The Homestead and Self-Catering Cottage Accommodation now form a unique collection of traditional buildings that have retained their original charm and yet provide up-to-date facilities. The views are wonderful and the settings private. Michele and Marcus live in the Homestead and welcome visitors to share their little bit of heaven.
- Five lovingly restored, fully self-contained, self-catering, character cottages, each in its own private setting amongst our five acres of gardens and trees. Our accommodation is suitable for singles, couples, or families, and self-prepare breakfast provisions are included in the price. (Breakfast will be supplied in your fridge, for you to prepare at a time to suit you.)
- Located in the heart of the Cloudy Bay wine district, St Leonards is approximately 3km from Marlborough airport and 3km from Blenheim township, yet has all the advantages of a rural vineyard cottage outlook. We are surrounded by Wither Hills' vineyards growing Chardonnay grapes.
- Relax in our pool, try your hand at pétanque, or tennis on our grass court (racquets and balls supplied), stroll through the citrus orchards and mature gardens, or take in the delights of the Marlborough region. Take one of our complimentary bikes for a ride around the vineyards.
- We keep sheep, Fallow deer and free range hens. The prize winning hens will provide you with fresh eggs for breakfast. The sheep are a troupe of clowns in disguise and can be seen on their rear legs, raiding the lemon trees from time to time.
- All cottages have flat screen TV, Freeview, DVD, radio, BBQ, hairdryer, iron and board.
- Laundry facilities are available.
- All prices include GST (Goods and Service Tax).
- NO CHARGE for dependant children under 16
- Sorry, we do not accept pets.
‘St Leonards offers unique self catering cottage accommodation in Marlborough, New Zealand.’