We were given a warm welcome from Lea (Dave was away which I assume is why there was no dining option) with tea/coffee and lots of information on how to make best use of our time in Fox. Our room was a twin (we had expected a double) and looked tired, in need of a bit of an update but there was complimentary tea/coffee/biscuits and a lovely view of the mountains – including Mount Cook when the clouds finally lifted. (The room had obviously been furnished as a double originally as witnessed by the fixed headboard which meant I was leaning against the wall when sitting up in bed). Complimentary wine and cheese at 6.30pm is a tradition here, where you meet other guests. Lea made some good recommendations for dinner. As other reviewers have noted, the fridge is incredibly noisy and I’m afraid we switched it off overnight. Breakfast is cooked to order, and was good.
And free unlimited wifi – way to go!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Misty Peaks is a small Bed and Breakfast/Hotel with only 5 guestrooms.We have beautiful views of Mt Cook and Tasman that cant be seen from the village. A complimentary glass of wine and a New Zealand cheese board is offered at 6.30 PM. Continental and cooked breakfast served in the Dining Room. We look forward to having you stay in our home, Lea Bentley ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Misty Peaks Fox Glacier
- Misty Peaks Hotel Fox Glacier