From eco-friendly glass pods to gravity-defying treehouses, New Zealand is brimming with unique accommodation options for clients to bed down in, says Abra Dunsby.
Clients will feel like they’ve stepped into a fantasy world with a stay at The Boot, a cute one-bedroom cottage located just outside Nelson on South Island.
John Lightwood, managing director of Silver Fern Holidays, says: “This is for couples looking for a unique, cosy retreat that’s good value. The Boot is beautifully and luxuriously furnished, with a wood-burning fire for winter evenings and a Juliet balcony.”
The Boot’s owners also run The Jester House, an award-winning cafe next door, and they can bring over breakfast each morning on request. Nelson makes the perfect pit stop for clients arriving in South Island from North Island on the Interislander ferry, explains Lightwood: “It’s a terrific little town with a sunny microclimate, and a great base from which to discover Abel Tasman national park by boat and on foot.”
Book it: The Boot is offered as part of a tailor-made package by Silver Fern Holidays, starting from £175 per night based on two sharing, including breakfast.