Hawke’s Bay Venue
Meadowood Boutique Accommodation & Venue is a luxurious 1930s Art Deco house, beautifully restored, very much in keeping with the classic Napier Art Deco era theme. Well established gardens make a very picturesque backdrop for photos and if “Glamping” is your style, we have a glamp site venue for a party of 10.
There is a large, flat private paddock surrounded by beautiful old trees and a neighbouring vineyard, with ample space for parking and marquees for a large event, or come in closer to the house for a more intimate atmosphere.
The house and garden form a lovely base for a wedding or reunion, a beautiful hideaway for a stylish day, or a base for a expo or larger event on the paddock.
Accommodation is available, this is additional.
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- Bond/Deposit Required
- Onsite parking
- Outdoor seating
- Small Kitchen
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Beautifully preserved 1930s architecture is Napier’s special point of difference.
A national disaster resulted in Napier becoming one of the purest Art Deco cities in the world. On the morning of February 3rd 1931 a massive earthquake – 7.9 on the Richter scale – rocked Hawke’s Bay for more than three minutes. Nearly 260 lives were lost and the vast majority of buildings in the commercial centre of Napier were destroyed, either by the quake itself or the fires that followed.
Rebuilding began almost immediately, and much of it was completed in two years. New buildings reflected the architectural styles of the times – Stripped Classical, Spanish Mission and Art Deco. Local architect Louis Hay, an admirer of the great Frank Lloyd Wright, had his chance to shine. Maori motifs were employed to give the city a unique New Zealand character – for example, the ASB bank on the corner of Hastings and Emerson Streets features Maori koru and zigzags.
Napier is one of Hawke’s Bay’s “twin cities” and has a great range of accommodation and activities.