Yacht Club Hotel Picton

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

25 Waikawa Road, PO Box 36, Picton, South Island, New Zealand
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67%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
15%
5
Very Good
21%
7
Average
31%
10
Poor
18%
6
Terrible
12%
4

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 12% lower than similarly priced 3.5 star hotels

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Good For Business
  • Families40
  • Couples27
  • Solo50
  • Business100

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Travel Tips for Picton

See the old "Echo"

by rozehill

A. S. Echo
1905--------1965

One of the world's last remaining Hold Scows.
Built in 1905, retired 1965.
Stranded 15+ times, damaged 16+ times to engines, propellers and shafts.
Fires in 1911 and 1920.
Collisions : 7 involving 5 different vessels
Sunk two times.
Admission is adults $3 NZ
Children $1 NZ
OPEN
10.30 to 4.30

Wellington To Picton

by vicgov1

"Wellington- Ferry"

We travelled to Picton on a pleasant Ferry ride across the straight and were escorted by what seemed like 100's of dolphins. The trip takes a couple of hours and is relatively inexpensive. This trip was smooth although my partner has travelled with waves coming over the bow. We had pre- booked a car to be picked up on arrival at Picton and so we were able to sit back relax and take in the scenery and ambience of our sea cruise. Kids were well catered for with a cinema, food drink and beverages all available at standard prices. The long entry into the South Island Harbour was beautiful and the scenery rugged to say the least.

"Picton"

On arrical at Picton South Island picked up our vehicle a small Toyota sedan) and had a quick look around what appeared to be a very small town with not a lot to offer other than the fact it is the entry to the Marlborough wine growing areas. There are two main routes out of town, one via Blenheim the other via Nelson. We took the Nelson "back road". The trip to Nelson was taken along a narrow winding and hilly road, after advise from the locals that this was the most scenic. They weren't wrong.

Picton

by peebeeNZ

"You have to go through Picton."

When you use the Cook Strait Ferries, Picton is the main entry , exit point for the South Island. Picton is home to two notable old boats. The first is, The Edwin Fox built in 1853 and The Echo built in 1905.
There is a nice shopping centre that has all you need from a supermarket to internet cafes.

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Address: 25 Waikawa Road, PO Box 36, Picton, South Island, New Zealand