The Nelson - Tasman regions have something for everyone and the best place to start exploring is here: Nelson Tasman
Hardy Street boasts some of the best dining in the city. Seriously, take a walk down the street and you’ll find just what you need, from pancakes for brekkie, tasty dumplings for lunch, Dinner options galore and uber cool spots for liquid versions of each. Our quick recommendations:
When we came up with plans to develop this property into a luxury cycling hub, the brief was simple: What would our bucket list requirements be if we were going to travel for an adventure holiday with a bunch of mates? Everyone’s a little different but overall I think we’ve hit the nail on the head, with features including:
Spend two nights in Nelson in the iconic Hardy Street School House, doing two of our most popular day tours and exploring the beautiful city of Nelson at your leisure in the evenings.
Centrally located and set up for adventure, exploration or just walking the central city, the Hardy Street School House is the perfect base for discovering the beautiful Nelson / Tasman region, and its only minutes' walk to Nelson's best Cafe's, Restaurants and Bars.
Known for its gnarly hills, natural landscape trails, access to National parks, and fantastic weather, Nelson-Tasman offers a range of riding options for all skill levels.
If you’re looking for MTB challenges, the Brook and Maitai Valley’s, Sharlands forest and the awesome Coppermine trail are all ‘ride from your door’ accessible. And when you get back, clean up and chill with a few beverages in the private courtyard before walking in to experience the best Cafe’s, Restaurants and Bars Nelson has to offer For more information regarding the local MTB tracks, check the Nelson MTB Club.
If you’re planning a multi-day cycle, the School House is a great spot for groups to get together, share experiences and rest the body before or after the ride. Add a couple of days and go explore the rest of the region by 4 wheels, 2 wheels or on foot. To read more about the Great Taste Trail, check these links: