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Joya Garden and Villa Studios & Organic B&B

Joya Garden and Villa Studios & Organic B&B
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Joya is located in a quiet area of central Nelson. We offer 2 self-contained studios as well as a great value B&B option on the top floor of the villa. The Garden Studio, with grass roof, has a private deck overlooking a pond with a little island and various water features.. Everything is provided, for comfortable in – and outdoor living. Windows are double-glazed, there is underfloor heating as well as a small log-burner. The Villa Studio comprises a ground floor studio apartment. Its separate lounge area opens to a sunny, sheltered private terrace.For those staying in the studios breakfasts are optional. For those staying on the top floor of the villa (Villa Room and the Den) breakfasts are included. Shared use of vege and herb garden - chlorine free,filtered water, all through the property. Bus pick-up can often be arranged. Free internet facilities available in each room. Joya is also a residential centre for Listening Training - a form of auditory stimulation of the brain. Ideal as a means of recuperation for those who have just flown in and might have some jet-lag.
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User Reviews

There are: 1 reviews, with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5
This is one of the nicest B&Bs we have stayed in. It is attractive and modern, has all the facilities we needed, had plenty of room, is conveniently located not far from the centre of Nelson, and the host was friendly and helpful. The wide variety available at breakfast was unusual and fun.
Posted by Eric Hatfield on 2010-11-01 09:30:29