The Nineteenth is the perfect base to explore the stunning Marlborough region from.
For those looking for something active to do while staying at The Nineteenth, take a walk or jog through the property’s working vineyard or use the complimentary mountain bikes to explore the area. Alternatively take a short stroll down the hill to Marlborough Golf Course for a round of golf.
The Nineteenth is set in the heart of New Zealand's premier wine region with many of New Zealand's most famous wineries on its doorstep. It is also just minutes away from fine restaurants, beautiful beaches, walking tracks, golf courses, shopping and the Marlborough Sounds.
We have collated a list below of some of our favourite things to do in the region. Further information on where to dine and local attractions is available on arrival.
Recommended cellar doors within close proximity to The Nineteenth include Wither Hills, Brancott Estate, Villa Maria, Auntsfield, Dog Point Vineyard (by appointment only), Greywacke (by appointment only) and Fromm Winery.
Explore the winding coastline of the Marlborough Sounds and secluded bays by boat. Water taxis, charter boats, fishing trips and scenic cruises depart from Picton for the Queen Charlotte Sound, and Havelock for the Pelorus Sound. Visit Marlborough Tour Company, Beachcomber Cruises and Cougar Line for more information. The Queen Charlotte Sound is also home to the Queen Charlotte Track and a couple of great spots for lunch only accessible by boat – Lochmara Lodge and Bay of Many Coves.
The Nineteenth overlooks Marlborough Golf Club, one of New Zealand’s oldest 18 hole golf course set amongst vineyards. To access the golf course you can walk down the hill from The Nineteenth and tee off from the 13 th hole, stopping to pay for your round when you get to the Club House.
There are several other golf courses in Marlborough, all within close proximity to The Nineteenth.
WALKING AND BIKING
Marlborough offers a spectacular array of walking and mountain biking tracks with stunning scenery and views of the region. The Wither Hills Farm Park can be seen in the distance from The Nineteenth and is home to 1100 hectares of rolling hill country, with walking trails for a gentle stroll to adrenalin-charged downhill bike trails. The Queen Charlotte Track, Nydia Track, Link Pathway and Richmond Ranges also offer walking and mountain biking tracks for a range of abilities.
For more information visit MarlboroughNZ.com