• About Us – Your Friendly B&B Hosts

  • Your Hosts Peter And Pat At InfinityView Bed And Breakfast Marlborough NZ

    We are Peter & Pat and we welcome you to our homestay - InfinityView B&B in Marlborough, New Zealand!

    Located at the top of a ridge in an area called Fairhall (a suburb of Blenheim), InfinityView B&B has magnificently breathtaking views all around. From here, on one side you can see the Marlborough Golf Club plus rows and rows of vineyards flowing out towards Wither Hills.

    On another side, there are views over the Richmond Ranges and the Blenheim airport with lots of beautiful trees and tracks going down to a large lake area where there is abundant bird life.

    The house is new and has wonderful decks and a courtyard with barbeque facilities. There are lovely gardens to wander through.

    We have travelled extensively to many countries in the world and of recent times have spent many years managing Resorts in Australia while also travelling around Australia by caravan for two years.

    We are keen gardeners and we grow our own vegetables. We are both keen on sports and enjoy following rugby, tennis and cricket. We also know lots of interesting places to visit in and around Marlborough as we have made a point of discovering this beautiful region.

  • Really an infinity view from the bedroom and terrace into the vineyard valley and the hills. Pat and Pete are great hosts, we appreciate the talks about everything during our visit; we enjoyed the common breakfast.

    We had additional a private room including a chimney, which was fired by the hosts. Bedroom and a small room behind incl fridge have space enough. Bathroom and bedroom modern and new.

    We can recommend this B&B.

    Marcus, Germany

  • The Area
  • About the Area

    Marlborough is a prime grape-growing area and is known worldwide for its Sauvignon Blanc. InfinityView B&B is situated very close to a number of wineries where tastings are available as are lunches and evening meals.

    Aviation Heritage Centre at Omaka is in the top three World War I museums in the World and houses Peter Jackson's private collection of aircraft. Well worth a visit. The World War II exhibit has recently been opened and also has great displays of aircraft and a very realistic film of the Battle of Starlingrad.

    Picton is the gateway for ferry crossings to the North Island and to the beautiful Marlborough Sounds. Water taxis are available to discover the many bays and inlets of this paradise for boating.

    Havelock is the Green Mussel capital of the World and meals are readily available at local cafes and restaurants. There is an all day mail run on specific days in the Pelorus Sound.

    Kaikoura is an hour and half away with much beauty to be seen on the rugged coastline and to sample seafood such as blue cod and crayfish.There is also a large seal colony and whale watching is available. It is truly an eco tourism spot.

    Nelson is 2 hours to the west with Kaiteriteri's beautiful beach.







  • Dining
  • Dining Options Nearby

    There are a number of fine dining restaurants and other eateries just minutes away. Our top recommendations are highlighted below. More options are shown on the Google map lower down. Clicking the links below each logo will open the webpage in a new tab/window.