About this listing
Boutique apartment in the creative Cuba quarter in the heart of the ‘coolest little capital’ in the world. Here quality, character and culture combine to offer unique accommodation. Situated above one of the city’s leading contemporary art galleries in a building that was originally a stable, the apartment is distinctively furnished with top quality art, courtesy of the gallery.
The Art Stable features one bedroom with a super king or two single beds and a sofa bed in the living room. Double glazing and luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets and quality linen should ensure a good night’s sleep. A full kitchen, with light breakfast provisions, is available, but with so many cafes right on the doorstep, you may just want to eat out.
Your visit to Wellington is hosted (if you need a host) by Alison (and the sweet natured chocolate Labrador Coco) who live in the adjacent apartment. Coco is not allowed in the Art Stable or the gallery though and she knows these are no-go areas (got to have consistent rules).
A born and bred Wellingtonian, Alison can provide advice on all the best places to see and eat as well as things to do. Just 500 metres from the city’s award winning waterfront, the Art Stable offers a warm retreat and easy walking access to everything the city has to offer – from inner city shopping and entertainment to harbour, beach and bush.
Most of the year, we are happy to have one night stays but cannot accept these during holiday periods such as Christmas and Easter and during special events in Wellington.
Our prices include 15% goods and services tax which New Zealand business travellers will be able claim back.
The Art Stable is a totally self-contained apartment. Make it your home while you are staying and enjoy all the city has to offer once you step out the door
Interaction with Guests
Alison or the gallery staff are available to help you as required.
This apartment is strictly non-smoking. Enjoy the magazines and if you haven't finished reading when you are ready to leave, just tell us and you can take it with you. We cant apply the same policy to books though - we want them to stay for everyone to enjoy.