Discussing :: Pen-y-Bryn Review

Pen-y-Bryn in Oamaru is owned and magnificently run by the two delightful ‘Jameses’ – James Glucksman and James Boussy . Built in 1889 it is one of Oamaru’s historic and truly beautiful buildings. Both Jameses were born in the States and spent many years living in Chinabefore they decided to make Oamaru their home in 2010 and purchased Pen Y Bryn (logical move really…). One of the first things they did on arrival was take down the ‘no visitors’ sign that had hung at the end of the driveway for years. A move that instantly won the hearts of local  Oamaruvians. The guys have opened up the home for... read full article


Pen-y-Bryn Review

Wow - this looks the most magical of experiences!I will now have to add Omaru to my every growing list of places in NZ I need to visit! After our first two years in NZ, we have yet to go north of Rawene, or South of Ruapehu, so much to do! I love places with not just stunning views, but amazing characters, people and history to explore! The only thing better than New Zealand is New Zealanders!


One of those places to highlight 'See NZ first'... ditto. 'James X 2', can't be wrong.


Oh yes, I've heard of Oamaru probably hundreds of times but this is the first time I have been prompted to look up a map and find out exactly where it is! I have marked it in my memory banks along with the tag "Pen-y-bryn' as somewhere I shall stop if I ever drive between Christchurch to Dunedin in the future

For any other geographically challenged Chelsey readers, here is my map!


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