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Stonefly Lodge

Superlative fly fishing and serious environmental credentials at this lofty wooden eco lodge

With views out over the Motueka River and the Kahurangi National Park, John and Kate Kerr have created a unique lodge filled with glass and river stone pillars in this off the beaten track location which now even has its own independent energy system. It’s not just the electric that’s off the national grid, you’ll feel you’ve signed out of the everyday hustle here too. Staff can arrange for you to arrive by helicopter and the rooms all come with spacious balconies, hand crafted wooden furniture and spa baths. And if the fish aren’t biting, John and Kate can arrange trips to nearby Nelson’s wineries and trips into the Abel Tasman National Park.

 

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