Bush Walk Bed & Breakfast Homestay

Arrive a stranger, Leave as a friend

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"The small New Zealand community of Wakefield is situated some 25 km south west of Nelson at the top of the South Island. First settled in about 1843, it was originally called Pitfure. However the name was soon changed to Wakefield. This name was after the town of Wakefield in Yorkshire, and not, as many assume, after Captain Arthur Wakefield who led the expedition that first established Nelson City and Province." (Wikipedia)
Things to see and do
  • Pigeon Valley Steam Museum
  • Totaradale Golf Course
  • Cycle Trail
  • Walk through Faulkners & Baigent Bush / River Walk
  • Bushwalk Gallery
  • St John's - 150 year old Church
  • Children’s Play Ground
Local Businesses
  • Village Tea Rooms
  • Chateau Rhubarbe
  • Health Centre
  • Fish & Chip Shop
  • Four Square
  • Bakery
  • Garage
  • Hairdressers
  • Pharmacy
  • Vet Clinic
  • Art Gallery