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Nelson hosts Trafalgar 200, Nelson Arts Festival

Nelson hosts Trafalgar 200 and Nelson Arts Festival

Grab your sea shanties and naval memorabilia and head to Nelson for Trafalgar 200 - the bicentenary of the Battle of Trafalgar. From 9 to 23 October Nelson will be alive with family fun, street carnivals and masked parade plus a harbour full of Naval Ships. Renowned for being an art centre Nelson hosts the Nelson Arts Festival 14-24 October with a mix of national and international shows.

Monaco Hotel & Resort on Monaco Point is the place to stay in your own villa with designer country kitchen, own private lounge with fireplace and French doors to terrace gardens. The 20 room two-storied hotel rooms are spacious with attached bath and have exquisite details and furnishings selected from around the world. Nine Orchard Villas and six Summerhouse Cottages all have charming appeal and quality furnishings, thick draped curtains, tiled bathrooms with quality facilities. The two-bedroom Orchard villas are ideal for friends, families or two couples travelling together with room to enjoy in spacious downstairs lounges and fireplaces. The Summerhouse Cottages are one-bedroom romantic retreats with four poster beds and spa baths.

The Monaco Hotel & Resort is the unique place to stay right in Nelson with comfort and style. Be there for Trafalgar 200 Saturday 22 for the Grand Finale Fireworks and Naval Beat the Retreat and Sunday 23 October showcase of wine, cuisine, arts and crafts. Be there for the Nelson Arts Festival . Book online www.monacoresort.co.nz

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