WHERE LUXURY, FOOD & WINE MEET...
The Marlborough offers a unique and luxurious accommodation experience in the world renowned Marlborough vineyards. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway, vacation or a weekend with friends our small luxury hotel NZ provides you with the perfect backdrop to create lasting memories.
We offer a range of amenities and services to make your stay as comfortable and enjoyable as possible.
From our top-of-the-line guest rooms to our food and wine tasting experiences, you’ll find yourself surrounded by beauty and luxury at The Marlborough.
Nestled in the heart of the Marlborough's scenic vineyards on 16 acres of established gardens & vineyards, the estate is just 10 mins from Blenheim airport and 15mins from the town of Blenheim
Located at 776 Rapaura Road, we are just 5 minutes from State Highway 1 which takes you to Christchurch or State Highway 6 to Nelson.
Relax and unwind in one of our ten contemporary rooms set over the two floors of our historic building.
Enjoy your own private haven with spacious private ensuite and balcony access to enjoy the scenic garden and vineyard views.
Choose from our range of elegant luxury rooms
Designed by Thomas Turnbull and built in 1901 for the Sisters of Mercy, this historic Victorian Convent was originally located next to Saint Mary's Church in Blenheim.
As St Joseph's Convent it provided nineteen bedrooms for the nuns, a library, music room, sewing room, office and a beautiful chapel upstairs on the first floor.
In 1994, the Convent was moved in five pieces to its present location in Rapaura, Marlborough.
The Marlborough offers its guests the ability to dine at Harvest their onsite restaurant by pre-arranging dinner reservations.
Harvest's team of chefs specialise in showcasing seasonal gourmet produce from the region and greater NZ. This is enhanced with the use of a Mibrasa charcoal oven providing a unique flavour that will tantalise the tastebuds. The Exec Chef works closely with the local producers and with the Estate Manager to ensure they stay true to their fork to fork philosophy and be as sustainable as possible.