Martinborough Wine Village, world renowned for its pinot noir, and majestic square at its heart. Taking pride of place at the entrance to the Square is The Martinborough Hotel. Developer Edmund Buckeridge described it in 1882 as “one of the finest hostelries ever erected in any inland town in New Zealand.”
Today the hotel hasn’t forgotten its past, and it’s that sense of history and place that will charm you as soon as you step in the front door - from the battered suitcase of a gentleman traveller at the top of stairs, to the sloping floors and olden day sketches of local personalities adorning the walls. Dine in Union Square Bistro & Bar - modern New Zealand cuisine with a French influence. Cycle the vines.