Homely Bramley Apple Cottage 8 Pine Hill Rd W, Ruby Bay 7173, New Zealand
Posted on October 13, 2015 / 517 Listing verified as genuine
Listing Type : Holiday Accomodation
Item Type :
Location : MapuaSouth Island
Sleeps : 6
Bedrooms : 2
Bathrooms : 1
Tariff from: : $147
Extra Adult Price : $30
Extra Child Price : $10
Other Extras : Tariff: Prices are for TWO people High season rates (5+ nights, shorter stays negotiable) $197/night 1st December – 1st May Low season rates (2+ nights) $137/night $30/night for each extra adult $10/night for each child $10/night linen; wifi Long- term winter let: 1st May – 1st November $347/week Contact Us

Tariff:

  • Prices are for TWO people
  • High season rates (5+ nights, shorter stays negotiable) $197/night 1st December – 1st May
  • Low season rates (2+ nights) $137/night
  • $30/night for each extra adult
  • $10/night for each child
  • $10/night linen; wifi

Long- term winter let: 1st May – 1st November $347/week Contact Us

Relaxing privacy with stunning views…

Aporo Cottages are situated on the Nelson Great taste Trail just off the breathtaking Ruby Coast Highway, 25 minutes drive from Nelson airport. Situated just 25 minutes from both Nelson and the stunning Abel Tasman National Park, yet just a five minute drive from Mapua wharf’s waterfront restaurants, cafes and boutique stores. Bramley Cottage enjoys stunning views over the orchards, vineyards and the mountain ranges beyond. These ex orchard worker’s cottages have been finished to a high standard with a relaxing, intimate environment. Bramley is a cosy cottage for the romantic at heart. With all the luxuries of home, it is especially suited for those seeking privacy and a degree of independence. It is beautifully furnished and equipped to cater for your every need. Sleeping up to 5 guests, all rooms enjoy great views and often spectacular sunrises. The large covered deck offers a shady place to linger with a glass of wine, offering respite from the sun. With views to Mount Arthur and the Richmond ranges, the rear deck is where pre-dinner wine and canapes must be enjoyed. Ruby Bay beach is just a short walk along the Great Taste Trail forms part of Tasman Bay and is ideally located for forays into both the Nelson and Abel Tasman regions. The Nelson region enjoys a unique micro-climate offering not only the highest sunshine hours in New Zealand but also the very best of this magnificent country’s diverse scenery. At night the city lights of Nelson sparkle in the distance; a magical setting. This is BIG SKY country! Bright starry night skies enjoyed from your private deck or the moonlit gardens. Tasman’s Great Taste Trail starts from Nelson Airport and offers panoramic coastal views over Tasman Bay, Waimea Estuary and the Western Ranges, including Mt Arthur, Mt Owen and Mt Crusader. Riders pass over boardwalks along the edge of the Waimea Estuary, home to a range of internationally significant bird species including the White Heron and Royal Spoonbill. From here the trail crosses to Rabbit Island, where riders can take a boat trip to Mapua wharf and enjoy cottage industry shops, cafes and restaurants. From Mapua the route leads via Tasman and Harley Road to Motueka, which hosts award winning wineries, then on to Kaiteriteri, the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park. The Motueka Valley section of the trail from Riwaka goes to Woodstock on country roads along the Motueka River’s west bank. The landscape is one of rivers and rolling hills with a backdrop of forest and mountains.
Mapua is a small town in the South Island of New Zealand. It is to the west of Nelson on State Highway 60 and on the coastline of Tasman Bay. The 2006 census gave a population of 1878, up 16.1 percent since the 2001 Census. With a thriving wharf and commercial area, Mapua has grown in popularity for visitors, with numbers swelling the region over the summer months. A large fair and market is held every Easter Sunday. Up to 30,000 people visit the town on this day to enjoy rides, stalls, and other attractions. The local schools and playcentre benefit from the fair, which is their primary fundraising activity. 157384XL Ruby Bay beach is just a short walk from the cottage along the Great Taste Trail. Tasman’s Great Taste Trail Read More starts from Nelson Airport and offers panoramic coastal views over Tasman Bay, Waimea Estuary and the Western Ranges, including Mt Arthur, Mt Owen and Mt Crusader. Riders pass over boardwalks along the edge of the Waimea Estuary, home to a range of internationally significant bird species including the White Heron and Royal Spoonbill. From here the trail crosses to Rabbit Island, where riders can take a boat trip to Mapua wharf and enjoy cottage industry shops, cafes and restaurants. From Mapua the route leads via Tasman and Harley Road to Motueka, which hosts award winning wineries, then on to Kaiteriteri, the gateway to the Abel Tasman National Park. The Motueka Valley section of the trail from Riwaka goes to Woodstock on country roads along the Motueka River’s west bank. The landscape is one of rivers and rolling hills with a backdrop of forest and mountains. Mapua WharfCroppedImage1100734-kids-jumping-off-the-mapua-wharfAt the mouth of the vast Waimea Estuary the Mapua Wharf is home to a vibrant collection of restaurants, cafe's, galleries, stores and attractions. Eat fish and chips on the wharf, visit the aquarium, fish off the wharf with your family or browse amongst the unique stores showcasing local artisans and quality goods. In the summer wharf jumping and riding the tide are popular and so is enjoying a glass of something cold and a great meal while watching the tide come in and out. Mapua means abundance and the rich waters of the Waimea Estuary have attracted settlers from early Maori through to the bustling community that has grown up around the Mapua Wharf today. The photo museum operated at the wharf by the Mapua Boat Club records this history and events that have shaped the growth of the wharf. A short 25 minute drive from Nelson, the Mapua Wharf makes a great day out with friends and family. The new waterfront park currently under development includes a waterfront amphitheatre for public concerts and the national cycleway project is bringing a new ferry service to connect the Rabbit Island Cycleway with the Mapua Wharf this coming summer. Wineries & Vineyards flat,550x550,075,f.u3Nelson Tasman is home to twenty five boutique wineries, dotted across the picturesque hills and plains of the region's wine growing country. Many offer cellar door tastings and an opportunity to meet the personalities behind some of the region’s internationally acclaimed wines. The fruit of the region’s wines is making a big splash in the international wine world. Innovative and adventurous winemakers are crafting together flavours from a diverse array of grapes to stunning effect. Our speciality is in aromatic wines but the skills of highly experienced viticulturalists are stamping a mark on the world stage with Nelson Tasman positioning itself as the new speciality wine centre of New Zealand. Many vineyards have cellar door tastings where you can meet the people behind the wines and learn about their art. An organised wine tour is highly recommended. We all love Nelson wines!
Features
Accessible Bathroom
Accomodation
BBQ
Bikes Available
Boat parking
Cellphone coverage
Children welcome
Cleaning equipment
Cleaning supplies
Clothes line
DVD
Electric blankets
Electric heat
Extra Bedding
Fridge/Freezer
High Chair
Internet available
Iron
Kitchen
Linen provided
Microwave
Off Street Parking
Outdoor furniture
Oven
Shower
Tea, coffee, sugar etc
Toaster
TV
Wifi
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