Kahurangi has a luxuriously restored, original 100 year old Cottage on the Estate.
We offer self-contained luxury accommodation on a working winery and vineyard setting, yet private and quiet. Enjoy impressive views of the Mt Arthur mountain range while enjoying a glass of wine on the sunny deck surrounded by olive trees which offers more privacy for you. The two bedroom cottage is completely self-contained, it has a lounge and office area, private courtyard with gas BBQ and full laundry facilities.
Walk or picnic among the vines. Soak up some of Nelson’s sun and cool off in the pool. Enjoy a complimentary bottle of wine. Close to many local attractions; artists, cafes, vineyards, beaches, Hoglund Glass, WOW, tennis, fishing and golf courses. Take a day trip to the beautiful Abel Tasman or hike in the Kahurangi National Park.
Easy drive to; Richmond 3 mins, Beach 5 mins, Nelson 15 mins, Mapua 15 mins, Abel Tasman 55 mins.
Enjoy wine tasting at our cellar door or walk across the vineyard to the Grape Escape Cafe & Gallery or discover some other fantastic boutique businesses in the area.
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Experience Mahana’s award-winning winery and new luxury accommodation in Nelson, New Zealand. Mahana Villa sits at the apex of the 25-hectare Mahana vineyard and next to the cellar door and winery, which produces multiple award-winning and five-star rated Mahana, Woollaston, and Tussock wines.
The Villa is a spectacular sight of glass, steel, and wood, and is considered one of the most important homes in all of Austral-Asia. Mahana Villa features a private 4 ensuite luxury accommodation in the owner’s house and 2 luxury accommodations in the Loft perfect for couples. From the Villa you will take in sweeping views from the Tasman Bay and D’Urville Island and across the vineyard to Mt. Arthur, the most painted mountain in New Zealand and the inception of the Southern Alps on the South Island.
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