Stonefly Lodge and its sister property Falcon Brae are perched on a hilltop with spectacular views over the surrounding mountains. Situated on the banks of the Motueka River, the estate is home to private forest and spectacular native bush walks.

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  • Stonefly Lodge

    Stonefly Lodge  is an award winning lodge in a remote location near Nelson.  It is a luxurious base from which to explore the Abel Tasman, Nelson Lakes and Kahurangi National Parks and has access to some of New Zealand’s best fly fishing experiences.

    The Lodge itself has just four guest rooms each with their own balconies looking out to the Motueka River.  Its facilities include a library and snooker table, games room, large open kitchen with an adjoining dining area where you can dine with other guests or in private.  Meals are made fresh from the extensive garden with home made produce, local quality meats and fresh seasonal seafood.

    If you are travelling as a family or part of a larger group, the grounds are also home to the newly opened Falcon Brae Villa.

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  • Falcon Brae

    Falcon Brae Villa is positioned just above Stonefly Lodge.  It is an exclusive use property for groups of up to 10.

    Guests can arrive by car or directly to the  terrace by helicopter.  It’s a great base for families with a pool and outdoor heated spa, and “Games Den” to enjoy with gym equipment, pool table, and table tennis.

    As with Stonefly Lodge the Villa has excellent eco-credentials.  It is completely off grid with solar panels providing all the power required.

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