Package price from $572
From your stunning base at the iconic award winning Duke of Marlborough Hotel & Restaurant on the picturesque Russell waterfront, you can discover much of what Russell has to offer. Zipping around on electric bikes are an exciting way to discover the charming town of Russell. These New Zealand designed electric bikes mean you can go the extra mile even when the muscle fatigue kicks in! Start your journey from the heart of Russell’s township. Venture out to see the historic museum, Pompallier Mission, take a dip at Long Beach or kick the motor into gear to burn up Flagstaff hill. Venture to Omata on your bike, by foot or by car.
2 nights accommodation twin or double share in a standard room at The Duke of Marlborough Hotel
3 course meal for 2 at the Duke of Marlborough Restaurant
Full Day Electric Bike Hire
Entry to Russell Museum
Pompallier Mission Tour
Omata Estate wine tasting
Group discounts and upgrades available. Please call us on 09 403 7829 to book and for more information or email email@example.com.
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What our customers say
The Duke of Marlborough Hotel won our hearts from day one with their exceptional food and wine. With each visit we were wowed by the extensive menu, but most impressive were the team who work at The Duke. They are warm, hospitable and fun, and experts at what they do. Having expert advice from Ida with the wedding plans was invaluable; she is a wealth of local knowledge and creative ideas, making it a fun and stress free process. The magical setting of Russell gave us endless options for our service and photos, and it was fantastic to have the Duke’s beautiful veranda as a very attractive ‘plan B’ for the ceremony in case of rain (which is rare in Russell).Our day went seamlessly and we can’t recommend the Duke enough. We are thrilled to be part of the Duke family for life, and look forward to many return trips to visit our new friends in this jewel of the Bay of Islands.
- Rebecca Wall & David Divett, 9th April 2016, AucklandRead More Reviews