Waihi Beach Lodge


Set on the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, the charming Waihi Beach Lodge offers elegant accommodation in a charming family setting. Your hosts Greg and Ali will give you a warm welcome and ensure that you will be supremely comfortable.


Kick back and enjoy the laid-back flair of the bed and breakfast lodge. Fill your lungs with the sweet fragrance of the blossoming gardens, crush the warm sand beneath your naked toes and let your eyes drift towards the distant horizons past the infinite read more » blue ocean.


Only a few steps separate your home away from home from the golden sand beach that stretches out for stunning nine kilometres along the Pacific Ocean. Incidentally, Waihi Beach is considered one of New Zealand's safest beaches and is not only perfect for swimming but for all kinds of water sports.


The Waihi Beach Lodge is delightfully small, offering only four rooms. Supreme privacy and relaxation is guaranteed! Far from the hustle and bustle of Auckland, unwind on the endless beach and leave the dreary everyday life far behind.


The stylish accommodation units boast magnificent views out over the blue ocean. Let your eyes wander and your thoughts drift. Blue ocean and lush green landscape: indulge in the strikingly beautiful, typical New Zealand landscape.


The Waihi Beach boutique lodge's location is furthermore perfect for fascinating excursion into the surroundings, first and foremost, the Coromandel Peninsula. Coromandel boasts not only lush rainforest but also gorgeous beaches and the breathtakingly dramatic Karangahake Gorge.


Needless to say that a number of first-class restaurants can be found in the Waihi Beach Lodge's immediate vicinity. The small town Waihi Beach is only a few minutes' walking distance away and boasts idyllic cafés and gourmet restaurants with an ocean view.


A delicious breakfast, of course, is served back at the Waihi Beach Lodge. Settle down in all comfort for a slow start into a new memorable day in New Zealand!


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The Waihi Beach Lodge is exclusive in many ways: It offers only three rooms and an apartment, ensuring absolute privacy and a familiar flair. The owners Greg and Ali take perfect care of you, leaving you read more » free to enjoy the ocean view and salty breeze.


The three King Bedrooms are decked-out in an elegant but functional style with modern furniture. The ambience is warm and welcoming. Sink onto the large bed after a long day spent on the beach and replay the day's adventures in your mind.


The Waihi Beach Lodge's apartment also sports a contemporary design and bright interior thanks to extra large windows. At night, refresh yourself with a shower, wrap yourself into the soft bathrobes and enjoy the North Island's fabulous climate.


No matter whether your are lodged in the apartment or a King Room, all units are equipped with a hair-dryer, DVD-player and quality toiletries. The apartment additionally features a kitchen corner and private entrance that leads directly to the long sand beach.


Step outside onto the deck for breathtaking views out over the Pacific Ocean. A refreshing drink at hand, your loved one by your side, eyes resting on the distant horizons, make plans for the next day or just loose yourself in a sweet daydream.


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Waihi Beach ranks among the safest New Zealand Beaches. It is just perfect for swimming and equally well suited for surfing. The constant break thrills experienced surfers but is also a great spot for read more » beginners, which may learn the ropes at the local surf school.


An adventure in the waves or a quiet day out on the ocean with only the sea and the sun for company... you decide! Boats may be rented at Tauranga Harbour and the mild climate greatly enhances the experience.


The Waihi Beach Lodge is the perfect accommodation for both supreme relaxation and days filled with sports and activities. Take a kayak out onto the ocean or get intimate with the surf on a boogie board.


A highlight is the torpedo fishing. Curious? Greg and Ali will provide you with more information and answer all your questions. However, those that prefer firm ground to the bobbing waves also have a host of leisure time options to choose from.


Keep heading north at the beach's far end and you will discover delightful trails that take you to hidden bays just perfect for enjoying a quiet picnic. Alternatively, visit one of the local artists and admire New Zealand craftsmanship in the making.


Rotorua is not far away and certainly worth a visit. The Pohutu Geyser and the steaming thermal field at Whakarewarewa are two of the main attractions. Later, stop by the unique Maori Academy and learn more about the ancient people's culture, arts and crafts.


Another recommendation goes to the impressive Karangahake Gorge, which forms a natural division between the Coromandel and the Kaimai Ranges at Coromandel Peninsula's south end.


As you might have guessed, the name Karangahake was adopted from the Maori language. It translates into “warning call from the other side” and can be explained by the scouts the Maori used to position along the hills lining the river.


A two hour drive separates you from New Zealand's largest city: beautiful Auckland. Today, Auckland boasts an inspiring skyline. The Maori, however, still affectionately call it “a beauty with one hundred lovers”.


Become the one hundred and first: Stroll the extensive parks or visit one of the many marinas peppered with gently rolling sailing yachts. It is not without reason that Auckland is also known as the “City of Sails”.



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