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Private gardens of NZ with accommodation

Private gardens of NZ with accommodation

New Zealand Garden owners are now going all out to attract visitors to their gardens, spending big money on moving 100 year old chapels into their gardens for weddings, setting up cafes, renovating historic buildings,home cooking, setting up museums with collections of anything from china to musical instruments, many now have accommodation ranging from Cottage/Farm stay, B&B to Boutique accommodation.

You can have education on conservation, wine tasting, view sheep trials and sheep shearing. If you are in the corporate world you can now hold your conference,function, etc in some of these gardens.

Many sell art,sculpture,books,DVD's,plants, and if you are a fisherman some will take you fly fishing.

These gardens can be viewed on www.gardenstovisit.co.nz


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