The Hotel: Mon Logis
Get the feel of the French countryside while only travelling as far as Napier with a getaway at Mon Logis. Located on Marine Parade and only a short stroll from the town centre, the structure was originally built in the 1860’s but has since been restored into a hotel without compromising on its original colonial charm. Each room is decorated differently, but all show off an elegant French style that is continued by the gourmet breakfast spread each morning. Start the day in the downstairs dining room by feasting on freshly-baked bread and croissants, as well as local fresh fruit, yogurt and cereal. Continue to fill up on cooked delights like New Zealand bacon, tomatoes, eggs or your choice of French omelette.
Mon Logis also offers a host of personal touches to make stays comfortable, including tea, coffee and biscuits in the guest lounge, free local newspapers and maps to the local area. When not admiring views of the Pacific Ocean from the balcony, guests are well situated to explore the rest of the region, including the world-famous wineries.
Hotel Mon Logis has been awarded TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence and ranked #1 out of 43 Properties in Hawkes Bay and has an average score of 5 /5.
- Bed size/type: King bed
- Standard occupancy: Two people
- Includes a radio alarm clock, en suite, bathrobes, ironing facilities and hair dryer
The Area: Napier, Hawke’s Bay
The coastal town of Napier on the eastern of the North Island is endlessly fascinating, boasting delicately preserved Art Deco architecture and oozing old-world charm. The city was entirely destroyed by an earthquake in 1931, and was subsequently rebuilt in the unique vintage style. One of the best ways to soak up the history is on a walking tour organised by the Art Deco Trust, providing plenty of photo opportunities. Vintage car tours are also available for those who like to travel in style.
Wine lovers will enjoy the chance to extend their palate with a visit to Mission Estate Winery - the very first in New Zealand. Established in 1851, the cellar door is famed for its awarded drops, picturesque views and tempting restaurant offerings. Cape Kidnappers is also a must-see, especially for bird watchers who are treated to the largest gannet colony in the world. Get up close to the birds after a leisurely hike, kayak or 4WD adventure.
Details verified 21/11/2016
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