Redvale Ridge B&B

  • Redwood Valley
  • Bed & Breakfast
  • $200.00 - $220.00
  • Free WIFI

Our beautiful eco home has stunning estuary, sea and mountain views and is conveniently located halfway between Nelson and Motueka.

Built in 2012 and opened as a B&B in 2015 our home sits at the top of a ridge in the award winning GALEO Estate off SH 60. We are 10 minutes from the thriving town of Richmond and the vibrant coastal town of Mapua. Our home incorporates many eco features, such as: passive solar energy, solar panels, recycled plastic bottle carpet and low energy lighting.

The two luxurious purpose built B&B rooms, one King and one Queen have: beautiful ensuites, tea and coffee making facilities with freshly ground coffee and home baking provided daily, small fridge, table and chairs, wardrobe, luggage racks, 32" flat screen TV, DVD player, radio/CD/USB player, clock radio, access to outside patio with table and chairs and wonderful views. Guests have access to their rooms at all times and have their own parking area. We offer one free load of washing during stay and WiFi is free. *Optional local tasting platter is available on day of arrival.

Start the day with a tasty and nutritious continental/cooked breakfast and then go out and explore our wonderful region. You could: drive to the Abel Tasman National Park - 40 minutes, hire a bike and cycle the Taste Tasman Trail, visit the WOW and Classic Car Museum or walk up to the 'Centre of New Zealand, take a winery or brewery tour or go on a Arts trail, visit one of our beautiful beaches, in fact, the choices are endless. After a meal out at one of the many great cafes/restaurants, come back and soak in the spa under a starry sky.

We love to welcome people into our home and send them away with happy memories.

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Redvale Ridge B&B

114 Redvale Rd
7081 Redwood Valley

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