Luxury Escape Package!

Sneak away for a Luxury Escape here in beautiful New Zealand!

All you need to do is get yourself and your loved one to Wellington and the rest is taken care of.

Begin your escape with one night at the Museum Hotel in Wellington. A taxi will await you at the airport, you can be sure we’ve taken care of everything. Enjoy the sights and wonders of Wellington before setting sail in the morning with the luxury of the Premium Plus lounge on the InterIslander’s Kaitaki Ferry.

Cruise across the Strait and take in the magical scenery before disembarking in Picton. Check-in with the Cougarline watertaxi, a short stroll around the waterfront, and sit back relax and enjoy a coffee in the seaside town.

Enjoy the scenic watertaxi ride as you make your way to the Bay of Many Coves where you will spend the next three nights in Luxury! Arrive to a bottle of fine French Champagne and a box of handmade chocolates and take in the magnificent view from your balcony. http://www.bayofmanycoves.co.nz/the-resort/luxury-1-bedroom-apartment.html

Awake to the sound of the local tuis, bellbirds and weka and start the day with a delicious cafe style a la carte breakfast.

All that is left for you to do is simply kick back and enjoy exquisite dining with fine wines and breathtaking views. It’s the perfect short break with everything made easy from start to finish.

The hardest part is making a decision between the wine tour, fishing excursion, half day cruise, or 90 minutes each of bliss in the Miritu Spa, as you choose the activity of your choice, included in this fantastic package.

After three sumptuous nights at the resort you will be sure to leave feeling relaxed and truly pampered as you depart with the Cougar Line bound for Picton.  Once again everything is taken care of with this package as you enjoy a scenic flight back to Wellington with Sounds Air, the perfect finale to your luxury escape.

http://www.bayofmanycoves.co.nz/packages/luxury-escape.html

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