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All reviewsmr darcycream roomnew zealandthe blue roomfriendly hostsbus or trainb and bhome away from homedominion roadlovely homelittle touchesfresh fruitperfect staylong flightthoroughly enjoyed our staya great place to staycity centre
A short 2 night work trip to Auckland felt like a luxury mini break thanks to Marlene and Anthony's beautiful B & B. From the warm welcome, elegant and stylish decor, touches such as fresh cake, biscuits and quality bathroom products to the most outstanding...More
Response from a2gm, Guest Relations Manager at Eden Park Bed & BreakfastResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for the review on the property.
We do try to ensure a guest is valued as a welcome visitor. We are glad you found everything satisfactory during your stay.
Travel Safe ,and may we meet again,
Marlene and Tony
We stayed for 3 days. For my wife and I, the location was excellent. It’s in a residential neighborhood. A 10 minute walk to the train. We take it it everyday to downtown. It clean, fas & ontime. It’s a 2 block walk to a...More
This is great B&B with elegant, very comfortable rooms and a fine breakfast. The house is charming, the owners are lovely people, and the dog Darcy is an unobtrusive sweetheart. It's clear that great attention has been paid to every detail and it's difficult to...More
This B&B is for those with a discerning taste. The rooms are elegantly styled with exquisite furnishings. The beds have luxurious lined and toiletries are of high quality. All the needs of a traveller are catered for with cake, hot drinks and chocolates. Our breakfast...More
Lovely hosts, delicious breakfast, and an all around great stay! Easy to get to downtown Auckland via bus, but away from the noisy city. Also very close to Mt. Eden! Would love to stay again and highly recommend!
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.