NEW TOUCH OF SPICE VILLA BRINGS CLASS TO CANTERBURY

Luxury stays and experiences provider Touch of Spice has announced the introduction of a new luxury accommodation option to the Christchurch region.

Following in the wake of American Airlines’ launch of new direct flights from LA to Christchurch, Dancing on Moonlight is the newest member of Touch of Spice’s ‘The Residence Collection’. The 3-bedroom villa houses ensuite bathrooms, spacious living areas, large gardens, a spa, and a private 9-hole golf course.

A private chef provides all meals, whilst the Dancing on Moonlight Team are able to show guests around a working horse-stud farm and orchard. The villa is a 15-minute drive from Christchurch airport and just over an hour from Akaroa, whilst a quick helicopter flight can take guests to the Mount Hutt ski fields.

“Dancing on Moonlight is not only easy to access but the places to explore from the property are endless,” said Touch of Spice founder and managing director Jacqui Spice. “With a helipad in the garden, adventures are by no means limited by where you can drive to.”

Touch of Spice has partnered with Tim Murdoch and Richie McCaw of Christchurch Helicopters to develop a number of exclusive experiences for guests staying at Dancing on Moonlight.

“Lift off from the front lawn and soar over the green patchwork of the Canterbury Plains. With wine country ahead and the Southern Alps on their tail, guests will head towards the sparkling east coast and start their adventure, spying on the sunbathing seals and whales from the air,” said Spice.

Dancing on Moonlight is New Zealand’s first energy-positive exclusive use luxury accommodation. The three-bedroom villa, cabana spa, and private 9-hole golf course are all powered by over 1000 discrete solar panels.