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. Set in half an acre of private established, award winning native gardens, with outdoor seating areas and sunloungers, and full size petanque terrain.
There are 3 individually decorated rooms based on a seafing genre, appropriate to this location close to Picton Harbour and the Queen Charlotte Sound. Tariffs include a generous breakfast and there is the option of an Antipasto Platter and wine (light meal, additional cost) if desired, or dine in nearby Picton, just a 10 minute drive away.