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Reviewed 13 April 2015

We stayed two nights in this lovely quiet Victorian house, which is set in fields just outside Masterton. Hosts Robin and Elizabeth were extremely welcoming and helpful. Our very large ensuite room was clean and beautifully furnished, with a comfortable bed, dressing table, sofa, table and chairs and tea and coffee making facilities. There is a small fridge for guest use in the hall. Although the ensuite shower room was rather cramped, we also had use of the shared next door bathroom, with a claw-foot bath and walk-in shower. Breakfast, cooked by Elizabeth, was good and copious.

The garden is full of interesting features, including a cottage garden, a woodland walk (with statuary), an orchard and vegetable garden and a landscaped lawn in front - all the work of Elizabeth and Colin. Old farm machinery and an old cart are also on display. Alpaca and sheep graze adjoining fields which also belong to the property, and there is also a golden pheasant which visits regularly.

One point worth noting is that Masterton is some way (55km) from Martinborough, the centre of the Wairarapa wine district, and is not well served by good restaurants. The best is probably Farriers, where we ate both the two evenings we were there.

Date of stay: February 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Frances W
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Reviewed 23 March 2015

We chose this place simply because it was approx half way between Wellington Ferry and Napier and it turned out to be a good choice. Even though we were staying just the one night the hosts were very welcoming and it was a fascinating house to stay in. Like something from another era but very well appointed and comfortable. Recommended.

Room tip: This is in the middle of the countryside so al rooms are quiet and well appointed.
Date of stay: March 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Ian M
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Reviewed 21 December 2014

What an amazing experience! Wonderful grounds, atmosphere and superb hosts. Nothing was too much trouble. I cannot think of a more delightful setting for a wedding. Our family and friends came from around the world and NZ and were uniform in their praise. Thank you!

Date of stay: December 2014
Trip type: Travelled with family
Thank Tony L
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Reviewed 1 December 2014

We stayed at Llandaff over the weekend, as part of a bridal party who had booked the entire B&B. From the moment we arrived, Robin and Elizabeth looked after our every need including ironing bridesmaids dresses, accommodating last-minute breakfast arrangements and also making breakfast at 6.30am for the early travellers.

The rooms were extremely clean, spacious, well-appointed and cozy. There were also tea facilities in some rooms and in the hallway. Breakfast was a well thought-out event- not only was there a generous spread of toast, cereals, yoghurt, Robin also took individual orders for hot breakfasts and served each order not long later.

We enjoyed sitting out on the front verandah (where there is sometimes a very friendly cat!) and also in the plush living room, with a glass of wine/ coffee/ tea in hand. There is also lots of animals to keep families and children entertained, including alpacas, sheep, deer, sheep, doves and a pheasant.

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at Llandaff. We certainly enjoyed our conversation with Elisabeth and Robin as we had our early breakfast before leaving, and will not hesitate to recommend this place to anyone looking for genuine, warm NZ hospitality in a beautiful country home setting.

Date of stay: December 2014
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1  Thank jengfrost
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Reviewed 26 October 2014

the place is beautiful i really enjoyed my stay elizabeth and robin are wonderful hosts , they went out of them way to help me robin picked me up from the station and elizabeth went out of her way to iron my dress as i was getting ready for a wedding

Date of stay: October 2014
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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5  Thank lilysmum525
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