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All reviewswine and cheesekaren and dennyfabulous roomgerman studentssurrounded by beautiful gardensfellow guestsstayed two nightsold friendsnew ownerscooked breakfastnew zealandhavelock northhawkes baynibblesedwardianaccommodationshosts
This was a very pleasant country B&B. About the only drawback was that its location was a ways out of town so you had to drive out to do anything. We had a pleasant room with a nice covered patio surrounded by beautiful gardens. After...More
We have traveled all over the world and prefer bed and breakfast accommodations for the folks we meet- this is by far the best one we have ever encountered! Our hosts were so friendly, the fresh eggs and plums so delicious, the six o'clock wine...More
We stayed in Birch Room in this Edwardian villa. Karen welcomed us and we joined other guests for cheese and wine on the terrace to rear of the property which is a nightly occurrence there if wanted. We enjoyed chatting and felt it was a...More
From the minute we walked in to the time we left it was wonderful Danny and Karen and there 2 German students were nothing short of fantastic The breakfast which were made to order as one Canadian couple said the best the had ever had,...More
Stayed two nights while exploring wineries of Hawkes Bay.
Very welcoming new owners, Karen and Danny. Lovely gardens, fully equipped room. Very tasty spread to introduce the guests to each other at 6 o'clock.
Top quality breakfast with local produce including fruit. We felt that...More
Response from HawthorneHouse | Property representative |
Hi there Donna ... We don't have air conditioning in the rooms because the Edwardian home is designed to stay cool in the summer ... it is always lovely inside the home at that time of year. You will be absolutely fine in... More
Hi there Donna ... We don't have air conditioning in the rooms because the Edwardian home is designed to stay cool in the summer ... it is always lovely inside the home at that time of year. You will be absolutely fine in March. Thank you for your question ... all the best ... Debbie