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Ferrylink Motel

Address:
43 Kent St, Picton, New Zealand, 7220 - View the map

Ferrylink is a friendly owner-operated motel with easy-access ground-floor units complete with either kitchen or kitchenette & ensuite. Our studio, 1 and 2-bedroom units sleep 1-7 persons. 2 access units/guest BBQ/portacot/laundry facilities/continental breakfast available. Ferrylink is very easily accessed from the north or south. Conveniently located for both Cook Strait Ferries, TranzCoastal train or the variety of coaches serving Picton. We have a courtesy coach that will meet and/or deliver you to your next transport 7am-10pm or by arrangement, if travelling without your own transport. Ferrylink is an ideal place to stay while discovering all that Picton and the greater Marlborough region have to offer: the Queen Charlotte Track, exploring the Marlborough Sounds, fishing, wineries and much more. Hosts: Andrew and Sue Biggs..

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Phone:
+64 3 573 7097

Free phone:
0800 224 413

Amenities & facilities - View full list

Barbecue
Breakfast Available
Internet Access
Laundry Facilities
Microwave in Unit
Parking
TV
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