Twin Peaks homestay (Bed and Breakfast) is the absolute best accommodation in all the world!!! It is an exquisite home built on a rock overhanging Lake Wakatipu. It is gorgeous. The owners and hosts are Derek and Margaret Bulman. They are warm, wonderful people with a terrific sense of humor. Their home is stunning. Most walls are of glass, so there are astounding views in every direction. Lake views are on one side of the house, their lovely gardens on the other. The 2 guest bedrooms are luxurious, comfortable, and each has its own marble bathroom. Margaret bakes gourmet treats and places them in each room along with tea and coffee, fresh fruit, and fresh flowers every day. Laundry is done daily. The breakfasts are full and plentiful, with the whiff of fresh baked muffins each morning drifting into the bedrooms. They are helpful and will plan your activities and make reservations if you wish. Twin Peaks became our home away from home, but is even better than home for all the conversation, amenities and hospitality offered lovingly by the Bulmans. Check out their website: www.twinpeaks.co.nz . I could live in their home, with them, in Queenstown forever and be happy.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- An architecturally designed contemporary homestay bed and breakfast, two en-suite guestrooms, beautifully appointed for comfort and relaxation. Built on the waterfront of the Frankton arm of Lake Wakatipu. Twin Peaks provides unobstructed panoramic lake and mountain views. Twin Peaks bed and breakfast accommodation Queenstown New Zealand. Twin Peaks bedrooms open north facing onto a courtyard garden to capture the all-day sun. Both queen bedrooms are tastefully decorated, open on to the garden courtyard and offer views of surrounding mountains.Continental or cooked breakfast is served at Twin Peaks. Our dining room window is elevated over the lake and from its rocky ledge you have a bird's eye view of Lake Wakatipu and a 280 degree panorama of surrounding mountains.Close to the town centre and central to the local ski fields. ... more less