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Noeline is a lovely elderly lady who is very well travelled. Some people may find the extra trek to find her home a challenge at the end of a days walking or riding. She was welcoming and chatty, great that she is welcoming visitors to...More
After our second day of walking the Queen Charlotte Sound Track, we arrived hot and sweaty and a bit tired in Punga Cove. There is an extra effort to get to Noeline's as it is in the third bay along the Cove. And initially we...More
We arrived at night, we had fun finding the way with the darkness and rain! After a long day of walk Noeline was like a grandmother, took care of everything. The tea and scones were perfect. If you miss your grandmother definitely recommended!
We arrived with my friend really late, was already night, it was raining really hard, we were tired and wet. Noeline reiceved us with a big smile, made us take off our shoes and help us with a little grandma trick (newspaper inside) to dry...More
We were a party of ten trampers, venturing along the Queen Charlotte track from Endeavour Inlet to Anakiwa. Five of us camped at Camp Bay, and the other five stayed at Noeline's. She seemed happy enough with us being there, but her house is not...More