Martinborough Manor Farmstay
59 Cromarty Dr Martinborough
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Stay for bed and breakfast with us in our beautiful Edwardian villa surrounded by award-winning Martinborough vineyards and adjacent to the picturesque Martinborough Golf Course. If you want us to cook you a two course meal, largely sourced locally, book for Dinner, bed and breakfast. Martinborough Manor offers peace, tranquility, warmth, comfort, good company and stunning views across Wairarapa countryside. After a hearty farm breakfast you are welcome to join us in the day-to-day life on our farm - shifting sheep, feeding out, collecting eggs, talking to the cows, smooching the goats and more. Or wander next door for a round of golf, or sit on the deck in the Wairarapa sun catching up with some reading and sampling the local wines. Your choice!
We had such an amazing time. We took our daughters and they loved being farm hands. The close-up experience with the animals was awesome. Penelope and Bill were fantastic hosts and have a lovely home.
SHAHIRA POPAT - May 2013
Great welcome, friendly gracious hosts ready with a great cup of tea on arrival. Happy to chat and give us a tour of their delightful farm animals. Exceptionally comfy big bed and big beautifully cooked breakfast. Highly recommended. .
GERALDINE FINDLAY - Jan 2013
Great time at the Martinborough Manor. Will remember for a long time. The accommodation was well furnished and maintained to a high standard. Big and lovely bathroom. Hosts were a pleasure & so were animals. Food was amazing. Faultless.
JANICE LIM - Jan 2013
We had the most delightful stay at the Martinborough Manor. Our hosts were gracious and warm and the accommodations were great. It is a true farm and very well run with hard working hosts.
CYNTHIA KELLEY - Oct 2012
The hosts are great, lovely company, and leave you to it when you want it. The farmstay was perfect for a weekend getaway and break from the day to day run around: the kids had a great time getting to know the animals and help feed the lambs. Great breakfasts too, with homemade bread and homegrown eggs!
GILL PALMER - Oct 2012