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Reviewed 27 February 2007

Staying at Broadeaves truly made our visit to New Zealand special. We stayed there from February 18-22, and our room had its own bathroom, very comfortable bed, and an outdoor hot tub reached by a private entrance. Breakfasts were very tasty, and gave us the fuel to get the day started right.

But what really made our stay special were the hosts, Liz and Andrew. Liz was able to get us permits to visit Kapiti Island in two days (my guidebook advises that it normally takes a month or more to get a permit). One day we were talking about how rare abalone (paua) is in the United States, and Liz was able to get her father to bring some the next day (which she cooked for dinner, and it was delicious!). Andrew was a very gracious host who was an interesting conversationalist, and their daughter, Rebecca, was a very polite and charming young lady.

All in all, I would have to say that staying at Broadeaves was one of the most rewarding visits that we have ever had at a Bed and Breakfast.

Stayed: February 2007
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Reviewed 27 March 2004

Charming hosts and a very elegant bed and breakfast. We felt very welcome and attended to.
$100 was a bargain!!

Thank deanna7742
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Reviewed 5 March 2004

My wife, two children and I stayed one night at Broadeaves in about December 2003.

We enjoyed the luxurious home and garden, and our considerate, helpful and gracious hosts. We were entertained at our request by Andrew's playing of classical guitar after a delicious dinner with our hosts, Liz and Andrew. Our children also enjoyed playing with our hosts children. All in all, it was a wonderful treat - not to be missed !

Richard John Swan.

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Reviewed 4 March 2004

If you want a great bed & breakfast this is it. Very very hard to beat.

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