Upper South Island and the West Coast Sights

Broadgreen

  • 276 Nayland Rd. Map It
  • Stoke
  • House/Mansion/Villa

Published 08/30/2016

Fodor's Review

Cob houses, made from straw and horsehair bonded together with mud and clay, are common in Devon, the southern English home county of many of Nelson's pioneers. This 1855 house is typical of the style and is furnished as it might have been in the 1850s, with a fine collection of textiles and quilts, including one of the oldest-known quilts in New Zealand. Even the volunteer staff get dressed in the period style. The backdrop of tall trees and beautiful Samuel Rose Gardens completes the scene.

Sight Information

Address:

276 Nayland Rd., Stoke, Nelson, 7011, New Zealand

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Phone:

03-547–0403

Sight Details:

  • NZ$4

Published 08/30/2016

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