Perhaps because the Queen Mother visited this property back in 1958, Greenhill Lodge owners John and Christine Dick feel all their guests should also be treated like royalty. Read More.
Discover the World Blog
Greenhill is set in grounds of seven acres with magnificent views over the hills and farmland of this famous North Island wine-producing region. On arrival we were greeted by our wonderful hosts, John and Christine, who offer a completely unique experience. Read More.
Auckland Herald - Bite & Food Hub Magazine
Fruitful haven. The menus at Greenhill Lodge are based around produce from a much-loved kitchen garden. Bill Adams takes a stroll. Read More.
It's a long way to fly for a glass of wine, but New Zealand's fabulous vintages and stunning landscapes are well worth the effort. Read More.
Andrew Harper's Hideaway Report
Greenhill provides a lovely base from which to explore the region's more than 40 wineries. Originally built in the late 1800s, the striking main house is set amid 30 acres of park-like grounds.Read More.
For Archibald MacLean, the building of Greenhill homestead was the beginning of a thirty year commitment to creating a haven of calm and beauty overlooking the productive Ngatarawa Plains of Hawke's Bay. Read More.