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Over for the cricket and this smashing accommodation was a 5 minute walk from Eden Park. Just perfect. Our hosts were wonderful and the breakfasts were just outstanding. Comfortable, clean room and very friendly hosts. Thanks Marlene, hope to come back one day.
In February,my husband and I stayed in this wonderful bed and breakfast before we boarded our cruise ship.We enjoyed the neighbourhood, the small cafes ,the beautiful garden but most of all the outstanding facility. The hosts were most helpful and the breakfast and accommodation was...More
One would be hard pressed to find a 5-star hotel as nice a the Eden Park Bed & Breakfast. The physical plant is top drawer while the owners provide a warm and friendly environment. The huge intangible, we felt comfortable and able to relax. An...More
We had the cream room in the front of the house. It was comfortable clean and quiet. Marlene was very helpful in giving us directions and bus and train details. It was easy traveling to and from Auckland. We were glad we didn't stay in...More
This B&B is in a 130 year old heritage house. There are 4 or 5 guest rooms on the main floor each with its own ensuite bathroom (except for ours but the large bathroom was right next door and not shared with anyone else). The...More
Our room was on the side of the house. The temperature was perfect and we didn't feel the need for air conditioning. We also visited in late February. I really think mid-February/early March is the best time to visit NZ. I... More
Our room was on the side of the house. The temperature was perfect and we didn't feel the need for air conditioning. We also visited in late February. I really think mid-February/early March is the best time to visit NZ. I doubt they really need air conditioning any time of the year though.