Eden Park Bed and Breakfast is located at 20 Bellwood Ave, Mt Eden, an established inner city suburb of Auckland, and is in close proximity to Eden Park, the many restaurants and cafes of Mt Eden Village, Dominion Rd and Kingsland, and only a short drive, or bus ride, to the shopping precincts of Auckland City, Newmarket and St Lukes Mall.

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From The Airport

Shuttle - 1 person: $25, 2 people: $30

Taxi - approximately $50

Follow signs to the city centre, take the Symonds St Motorway Exit, go straight ahead over Symonds St and Upper Queen St onto Alex Evens Drive, carry on straight ahead into Dominion Rd, keep going along Dominion Rd and turn right into Bellwood Ave (first on the right after the Valley Rd/Walters Rd intersection). We are on the left hand side, on the corner of Bellwood Ave & Marlborough St.
What To Do In The Area

Cafes and Restaurants
There is an excellent choice of restaurants and cafes nearby in Dominion Rd, Mt Eden Village and Kingsland, and only a short drive to Ponsonby, Auckland City and The Viaduct.

The shopping precincts of Auckland City, Newmarket, and The St Lukes Mall are only a short drive, with more boutique and specialty shopping close by in the Mt Eden Village, Dominion Rd and Kingsland.

The Auckland Museum is situated close by in the Auckland Domain, while the Auckland Art Gallery is located in the City Centre. The Auckland Zoo and Museum of Transport & Technology , are a short drive in the other direction, adjacent to Western Springs Park. It is also well worth a trip to the top of the nearby extinct volcanoes Mt Eden and One Tree Hill, both of which offer panoramic views of the city and harbour.

Harbour and Gulf Ferry Trips
Fullers Ferries run regular ferry trips to the historic Devonport (10 min trip) and to Waiheke Island (35mins), the jewel of the Hauraki Gulf. Both make excellent day trips, featuring excellent beaches and cafes. Waiheke Island is also renowned for it's vinyards and artists.

Eden Park
Eden Park, New Zealand's premiere rugby and cricket venue, is only a 2 minute walk at the end of Bellwood Ave. As well as hosting international rugby and cricket tests involving the New Zealand national rugby team, the All Blacks, and national cricket team, the Black Caps, it is also the home of Auckland Rugby, The Blues Super 14 team and Auckland Cricket, and hosts regular Super 14 & Air NZ Cup rugby games, and State domestic cricket matches. The redeveloped Eden Park will have a seating capacity of 60,000 people and will be the venue for the 2011 Rugby World Cup Final and other games.