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Privacy for guests staying in the Alan Pye Cottage is paramount and to this end the property has its own entrance and is gated. It is sited to take every advantage of the unrivalled Huka Lodge aspect of the deep turquoise green waters of the Waikato River. The Alan Pye Cottage has been built to exacting standards using the finest heritage materials − cedar and various heart timbers, stone and brick. It draws on design elements from the 1920s and 1930s and is a slightly eclectic yet very elegant retreat, with a definite English Arts and Crafts influence pervading the interior and exterior design. A heated infinity-style swimming pool and a separate private spa pool have been integrated into the outdoor landscape. There is also a fabulous stone outdoor pavilion within a courtyard garden featuring a magnificent fireplace. The Alan Pye Cottage is certain to carry on the fine tradition of generous hospitality and elegant living established by Alan Pye and his wife at Huka Lodge so long ago. A legacy that drives Huka Lodge to this day to continue to find more ways to define the experience for its guests and to make it truly extraordinary.Huka Lodge, Taupo is located 300 metres upstream from the famous Huka Falls on the banks of the Waikato River.
Eichardt’s opulent suites invite guests to soak up a sense of quiet before exploring one of the world’s truly remarkable locations.Eichardt’s, a 140 year old Queenstown icon provides fine accommodation in five luxurious hotel suites in its historic building situated on a premium lakefront position at the heart of Queenstown’s café and restaurant precinct, with some of the finest international shopping labels an easy stroll away. The hotel reflects contemporary provincial elegance, its modern features in perfect harmony with the distinctive antiques and luxurious furnishings of this New Zealand icon. Eichardt’s Lakefront Cottage, just a few paces away from the main hotel offers stunning views of Lake Wakatipu and nearby mountain ranges. The Cottage has been designed to blend with the historic character of the waterfront, home to Queenstown’s oldest original building and a Victorian bathhouse. The Lakefront Cottage comprises two two-bedroom suites and two double suites offering visitors flexible and luxurious accommodation, each with stunning lake and mountain views. The interior design was masterminded by world renowned New Zealander Virginia Fisher.
Blanket Bay is situated just outside of Glenorchy, a small town at the northern head of Lake Wakatipu. Bordered on two sides by National Parks, the tiny village sits against a backdrop of rugged high country, beautiful mountains, glacier fed rivers and ancient beech forests. It is here that Peter Jackson chose to film the epic movie trilogy, Lord of the Rings. Glenorchy is the jumping off point for three of the most famous walking tracks in New Zealand, (the Routeburn, the Greenstone/Caples, and the Rees/Dart). The Dart River is famous for its jet boat trips into the Mount Aspiring National Park. Accommodation at Blanket Bay is provided in five intimate Lodge Rooms, three generous Lodge Suites in the main lodge, and four superb Chalet Suites all filled with sumptuous furnishings and elegant rugs. Natural materials are showcased throughout, echoing the Lodge's natural interaction with the environment. All rooms within the lodge are placed to take full advantage of the magnificent lake and mountain vistas. The elegant Lake View Evening Dining Room with beamed ceiling and stone fireplace is where dinner is served on individual tables. For the more intimate occasion, the Wine Cave is a perfect venue for private dining and can be reserved for up to six people. Under a clear southern sky The Terrace is a magnificent setting with the fire behind and the mountain and lake vistas unfolding around you. Blanket Bay is pleased to have Brendan Downer as their Executive Chef.
Wharekauhau is a 5,000 acre rural retreat on the south east coast of New Zealand’s North Island. Ten minutes by air from Wellington (90 minutes by road) Wharekauhau is framed by the Rimutaka Ranges to the west and Palliser Bay to the east. With private native forest, spectacular beaches, rivers, lakes and wetlands, Wharekauhau is a haven from the outside world. Luxury hotel with award winning style - at home and internationally - Wharekauhau is recognized as one of the world’s exclusive retreats. The Lodge is the heart of Wharekauhau. Modeled on an Edwardian country mansion, the Lodge was designed by Queenstown Architect Fred van Brandenburg, and it is here that guests dine and mingle. In the Grand Hall, huge mullioned windows frame views of awe inspiring beauty and massive fireplaces recapture the grandeur of yester-year. Luxury accommodation at Wharekauhau is provided in self-contained cottages. Designed for privacy and comfort, they are perfect for honeymooners. Dotted throughout the estate, the cottages house Wharekauhau’s guest suites and offer superb ocean views. Natural materials are used throughout the guest suites, including clay tiles, pebble mosaics, plastered walls, rich New Zealand wool carpeting, cotton bed linen and hemp curtains.
Cape Kidnappers is situated in one of New Zealand's most important wine districts, Hawke's Bay. The area has a rich history beginning with its discovery by Captain James Cook in 1769. Set atop 6,000 rolling acres of pasture land, The Farm encompasses terrain which is reminiscent of Montana but plunges 800 feet into the sea. The cluster of lodge buildings are suggestive of a working farm. A combination of stone and weathered wood, the buildings combine rustic materials with comfortable up-to-date furniture, creating the feeling of being in a fine and welcoming home. Dining at Kidnappers is a 5 star experience. Breakfast is served from 7:00 am to 10:30 am and features a buffet of local and importedfruits, home-made muesli and cereals, yoghurts and freshly baked pastries. In addition, a hot menu featuring eggs, pancakes, crisp bacon, ham and sausages may be ordered. Lunch is served from 12:00pm to 3:00 pm in both the Lodge and the Golf Clubhouse. The Lodge lunch menu offers a small selection of light options. The Clubhouse menu offers a more extensive range of dishes ranging from sandwiches to three course lunches. Sandwiches to eat between nines can be ordered prior to tee-off at the Clubhouse. Our Spa is located on the hillside above the Lodge. Choose from a variety of treatments including massage, reflexology, body wraps, facials, pedicures, manicures and hair care.
The lodge and golf course at Kauri Cliffs is situated on the Pacific Ocean coast, a little north of the Bay of Islands. Kauri Cliffs opened in February 2001. The main building boasts a large dining room, lounge, card room and tiger room – named after the resort owner’s affectionate moniker. All rooms in the main building have open fireplaces, and elegant furnishings, featuring English, Italian and Spanish antiques. All the artwork has originated in New Zealand. Adjacent to the main building is the accommodation. Twenty-two rooms feature in eleven separate cottages looking from the edge of native New Zealand forest, across the golf course to the Pacific Ocean and coastal islands. Each room has a private veranda, large lounge and bathroom, TV, open fireplace and full “his and hers” walk-in wardrobe. Facilities at Kauri Cliffs include golf, a spa, heated pool, hunting, kayaking, a gymnasium, business center, two tennis courts, various nature trails and three easily accessible private beaches. Dining at Kauri Cliffs is a la carte and there are several dining areas away from the main dining room. Guests may choose to dine beside the outside fireplaces on the main lodge veranda, or in a variety of private dining rooms perfect for families or intimacy. A full breakfast, dinner and pre-dinner drinks are included in the tariff. Gentlemen are required to wear jackets for dinner.
Aotearoa is a cluster of mystical islands in the South Pacific. Nature in her ancient wisdom created New Zealand, this rugged, green, sub-tropical paradise. Nestled on the ridge line of a private peninsula lies a place of serenity, beauty, healing and harmony. A secluded retreat including four luxury villas in the breathtaking Bay of Islands, where the pressures of life never existed. Where the body, mind and spirit find nourishment. This is Eagles Nest. Allow your spirit to soar as you partake of the sensual and visual experience of this unique 5-star retreat. Consistently elegant and simple style, eclectic and informal interiors, perfectly enhance spectacular views and breathtaking sunsets. Eagles Nest is only a 2 minute drive from romantic and historic Russell, the first capital of New Zealand. We are a 45 minute drive from Kerikeri, the closest airport, which is a 40 minute flight from Auckland. Eagles Nest is a 3½ hour drive or 60 minute helicopter flight from Auckland Airport. The Bay of Islands is a world-renowned holiday destination for deep sea and big game fishing as well as sailing and cruising throughout the many picture perfect islands, bays and coves. It is also known for its dolphin and whale watching, its secluded beaches, lush native bush walks, and historic attractions. It epitomises clean, green New Zealand.
Few places in the world truly embody the spirit of adventure more than the fabulous, award-winning Treetops Lodge & Wilderness Experience, located in the heart of New Zealand’s world famous therapeutic thermal region and trout fishing capital, Rotorua. Offering the ultimate in world class, luxury accommodation and a uniquely New Zealand experience, Treetops provides a sanctuary and haven with breathtaking scenic views. Surrounded by 2,500 acres of secluded native forestry, Treetops is a carefully managed game and wildlife habitat for fly fishermen, sporting enthusiasts and their pampered guests. The property offers on-site fishing, four lakes, streams, over 70 kilometres of hiking trails, 4WD safaris, Geo Caching, mountain bike riding and horse riding, so there are plenty of activities for guests to choose from. A recently introduced activity is the Treetops Mâori Indigenous Food Trail aimed at educating guests on native Mâori cuisine and the herbs and plants used. During the tour, guests sample a series of foods made with native herbs sourced on the property whilst learning about their medicinal and nutritional properties. The Lodge with its elegant, architectural style derived from the country's pioneering past, and timber and stone finishes, echoes the beauty and simplicity of the great outdoors. The villas, positioned a stroll from the Lodge, offer privacy and seclusion framed by native virgin forest with views over lakes and wildlife. Fine cuisine is an integral part of the Treetops experience. Flavoursome and healthy dishes are created by the Lodge's talented chefs using the finest game and locally grown produce, complemented by an array of premium New Zealand wines.
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