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Beginning life 60km to the north, The Swan building undertook a nail-biting relocation by truck across the Rimutaka range in six pieces in December 2002. Now a range of suites are available in a selection of sumptuous styles – from timeless New York to traditional English to the opulent Orient. Local paddocks serve up some of the best seasonal and organic produce available, making the full-range menu a culinary delight. Well matched with an extensive list of Wairarapa wine.
All reviews white swan white room fabulous food wine list mandarin room service staff the main street balcony overlooking the park choice of main courses wonderful hotel truffle oil no worries booked a table middle of town short staffed cooked to perfection friday night
I was travelling with my sister and cousins and we were given lovely suites behind the hotel. These were a bit expensive but worth it. My sister and I shared a twin room with access to the park next door.. I was glad to be...More
Stopped for a meal at the white Swan and had a very nice dinner. They went out of their way to cook the fist other than what was listed (pan sautéed instead of beer batter) and it was very nice. It might have been a...More
We came across this place on our short stay in Greytown and wow what a mistake that was if you get served by an old man maybe name Jeff or Greg just leave, completely rude don’t give a stuff about paying customers!! shouldn’t be in...More
While the headline may be a bit on the harsh side, Greytown was a slightly tarted up tourist street with a few bars and restaurants filling out a bunch of rather cute tourist shops. The hotel itself was disappointing in that the rooms were enormous...More
Stayed here on a recent weekend away. We had a second floor suite which was clean and tidy but overpriced for what you might expect elsewhere in NZ. It was also very noisy (apparently the restaurant kitchen below), and this persisted until at least 10.30pm.