McCormick House Picton Bed and Breakfast
Jeanne and Carl your 5th generation
New Zealand hosts, welcome you to their home. They enjoy
meeting guests from different cultures and are both
happy to share their local knowledge and passion for
their amazing country.
You are invited to join them for a pre-dinner glass of world famous Marlborough wine and aperitifs, by a roaring fire or alfresco on the sunny terrace.
McCormick House was architecturally designed and built for one of Picton's earliest Colonial settlers, Scotsman Donald McCormick. Today, this gracious Picton home has been extensively restored, sympathetically retaining its beautiful, original native rimu timber panelling, staircase and fireplaces. Featuring half an acre of private established, award winning native gardens.
Set in a quiet, sunny location overlooking picturesque, native bush and only minutes walk from Picton town centre, cafés, restaurants, art galleries, stunning Queen Charlotte Sound waterfront scenery, kayaking, boat cruises, parasailing, horse treks, mountain biking, eco-tours and Picton bush walks.
At McCormick House you will savour leisurely gourmet breakfasts featuring freshly squeezed orange juice, organic home grown produce from the garden; the freshest eggs courtesy of the McCormick House hens, local salmon from Queen Charlotte Sound, home baked bread and muesli with freshly ground coffee or choose from a superior selection of teas.