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This incredible holiday suite features spectacular hilltop views of Wellington, North Island. Sleeping two guests, this one-bedroom suite has access to a shared bathroom just one floor up. This room has a queen-size, glass-enclosed bed, which is topped with 500-thread count linen sheets that will help make the stay even more luxurious. Guests will have a separate living area with superb city views.Vacationers who stay at this rental can enjoy a complimentary buffet-style breakfast that includes cereal, toast, spreads, yogurt, tea, coffee, and home-made honey. Guests will also have access to a shared lounge and dining space. Other amenities include free Wi-Fi, musical instruments, a wall of CD's to enjoy, and a beautiful garden outside. Guests will also find an outdoor shower and two side-by-side outdoor baths that have hot and cold water. Taking a bath here under the Milky Way will be a once in a lifetime chance. There is a small workout area with weights and a bench outside, as well.
The Views Of Wellington
Wellington State Park boasts the largest freshwater swimming beach in the New Hampshire State Park system. Hiking trails and picnic areas along the shore afford views of one of the deepest and clearest lakes in the state. The park maintains volleyball and horseshoe courts. The Snack Bar offers a variety of snacks, ice cream, cold drinks, beach and picnic items, and souvenirs. Gas grills are allowed along with wood and/or charcoal fires for cooking.
Within the park, the peninsula nature trail features picnic areas, designated fishing areas, plant identification markers, and spectacular views of Newfound Lake and Cliff and Belle Islands. A well-marked hiking trail leads from the park and provides hikers access to Goose Pond, the Sugarloafs, Bear Mountain, Welton Falls, and Mt. Cardigan. A developed boat launch operated by N.H. Fish & Game adjoins the park, providing boaters free year-round access to Newfound Lake. Boat lanes along the beach allow boater access to the park for the regular admission price. Boat launch is open 24hrs / 7days a week. Kayak rentals are also available at the park store.
Disembark the Cable Car at Kelburn Terminal for easy access to nearby attractions at the Cable Car summit. Enjoy the panoramic views of Wellington city and harbour, grab a bite to eat and continue discovering.
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At Wellington Community Primary School, we value the views of parents, carers, relatives and our wider community and recognise that these stakeholders are crucial when identifying the most appropriate and effective ways of continuing to improve our school. We also believe that these views aid us in building our reputation across the community.
From the 8th floor of the Hope Gibbons Building in Te Aro, Dirty Little Secret offers a unique Wellington rooftop experience. Inspired by the laneway and rooftop bars of Melbourne, this industrial chic rooftop comes with a main bar made out of a shipping container, graffiti decorated walls and panoramic views of Courtenay Place and beyond. Offering a vibrant atmosphere 7 days a week, here you can sip house cocktails and house sangrias and nibble on the crowd favourite fried chicken.
Not just an urban sprawl, New Zealand's 'capital of cool', Wellington has plenty of green areas nearby which offer stunning views across the central city and beyond. We've picked our top 5 views of Wellington that will stand out in any instagram galley. 1. Cable Car Lookout: One of the easiest lookouts to reach, it offers great views across the city centre and across to the Rimutaka Range. You can walk up to the lookout through the Botanic Gardens. Or take the scenic route and head up on the cable car which runs from Lambton Quay.2. Mount Victoria: One of the best-known lookout points in Wellington and a popular walk with locals. You can walk through the Town Belt, or you can drive all the way to the lookout point. On clear days you can enjoy views across the Hutt Valley and to Mt Matthews the highest point in the east. Take a picnic and enjoy the view at your leisure.3. Te Ahumairangi Hill Lookout (formerly Tinakori Hill): On the other side of the city, this lookout vies with Mt Victoria for the best view in Wellington. Fans say it is quieter and the birdlife is more abundant here.4. Brooklyn Wind Turbine: A few kilometres outside the city centre, this walk is doable for people of most fitness levels. You can also drive up. Enjoy views of the city and across the Cook Strait.5. Mount Kaukau: This viewpoint is part of the Skyline Walkway and is one of the highest around the city. Views to the city are more distant, but on a clear day, you can see across to the Kaikoura Mountain Range on the South Island.Car Hire:If you need to hire a car to explore Wellington, check our My Guide Car Rental Comparison Tool.Writer: Arwen HannPhoto Credits:Wellington City At Dawn - Dillon Anderson, View From Mt Kaukau - Trek Earth
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