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We stayed for three nights in the Cream room at the front of the property - a clapperboard house from the early 1900s. Our room was beautifully decorated and furnished, with modern en-suite. The breakfasts were freshly cooked each day, along with a huge array...More
Very hospitable hosts. We loved the house, especially the decorations. It's convenient to public transportation and to Mount Eden, which has a great evening city view. They served us a most delicious breakfast, and we enjoyed the family-style service.
This lovely house is situated close to bus or train services into central Auckland. Marlene our hostess was very welcoming and helpful. Our bedroom was beautiful and very comfortable. Breakfast is outstanding.More
Response from a2gm, Public Relations Manager at Eden Park Bed & BreakfastResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for the review on the property. We are lucky that we are close to a rail, bus and airport transport service. It makes moving around Auckland simple. I hope you have enjoyed your holiday in New Zealand .
Travel Safe and may we...More
I loved the house and the garden. Stylish rooms, cozy and cordial atmosphere, VERY comfortable bed, delicious breakfast, hospitable hosts and absolutely adorable Mr. Darcy, the dog. The Inn itself is a place of interest.
This was our second trip to Auckland and we just had to stay with Marlene and Tony again. They are very hospitable and helpful, the location is great, the house is comfortable and homey, and the breakfast is lovely. We hope to be able to...More
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Response from a2gm, Public Relations Manager at Eden Park Bed & BreakfastResponded 2 weeks ago
It was our pleasure to host you again. The old saying “ come as a guest - leave as a friend “ is relevant in this case.
Tkank you for the review. Travel Safe .
Marlene and Tony
Our room was on the side of the house. The temperature was perfect and we didn't feel the need for air conditioning. We also visited in late February. I really think mid-February/early March is the best time to visit NZ. I... More
Our room was on the side of the house. The temperature was perfect and we didn't feel the need for air conditioning. We also visited in late February. I really think mid-February/early March is the best time to visit NZ. I doubt they really need air conditioning any time of the year though.