Bay of Many Coves - Frontal view of the Hotel Property

Bay of Many Coves

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Get up close and personal with nature at Bay of Many Coves

Delightfully tucked away in Marlborough Sounds, Bay of Many Coves is a hideaway that invites guests to experience the beauty of New Zealand away from the crowds. With many activities to choose from, and a staff of experts, Bay of Many Coves has everything you need for to experience a most memorable adventure.

Luxury Apartments

Bay of Many Coves has one, two and three bedroom luxury apartments for guests to enjoy. There are options for single travellers, couples, families or friends.

All of their luxury apartments have fully equipped kitchens with European glasses and dishes, and designer appliances, including a microwave, stove and dishwasher. The bathrooms are stocked with locally made toiletries. There is a dining and sitting area in all of the Bay of Many Coves’ apartment suites, in addition to the bedroom and bathroom.

Each suite also has a balcony, so guests can sit outside and look over the bay. Feel the sun on your face while you eat breakfast in the morning, or enjoy a glass of wine as the sun sets over the water and birds fly by.

Settle in for the night after a day of adventuring in the New Zealand countryside, relaxing in front of the flat screen TV. The living room is furnished with micro-suede sofas and a stereo entertainment system.  All suites also have laundry facilities.

Activities and Amenities

There is plenty to do when you stay at the Bay of Many Coves suites. Without leaving the resort grounds, you can indulge in the spa or lie out on the private beach. There is a library stocked with books to sit out in the sun and read, or DVDs to enjoy in your room at night.

Take a dip in the pool or an excursion with Dolphin Watch & Nature Tours, a partner company with the Bay of Many Coves Resort. You might have a chance to swim alongside the dolphins!

Explore the bay area on your own in a kayak, provided by the resort. Guided tours via kayak are available to visit the Salmon Farm in a nearby bay area, with a stop for lunch at Ratimera Beach.

There is plenty of wildlife to see right in the resort bay area. Bay of Many Coves has 52 hectares of private forest with trails for guests to explore. Bird watching is another popular activity for guests of the resort. A pair of binoculars and a good spot on your apartment’s deck is all you need for a chance to spot some Kereru, Tui or Weka. Or take a dinghy across the bay to three Cormorant breeding colonies. There are birds all around for avid watchers to discover.

Everything You Need

The Bay of Many Coves offers everything you need to enjoy your adventure in New Zealand. Babysitting is also available for those traveling with small children. There is so much to see and do around the resort, you may never leave!

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