Luxury Lodges

To stay in one of New Zealand’s luxury lodges is to experience the finest accommodation in the most spectacular surroundings, enjoying all the warmth and good humor of the famed Kiwi hospitality. 

If you’re a golf enthusiast, visit Kauri Cliffs. Set on 6,000 acres near Matauri Bay, Northland, The Lodge boasts spectacular 180-degree views of the Pacific Ocean. As well as the world-class Kauri Cliffs golf course, it is also home to three private beaches, including the famous Pink Beach, which is a regular barbeque spot during summer months. Fishing, horse riding, mountain biking, guided nature walks and an incredible day spa are all available to guests, making for a truly unforgettable experience. 

Adventure junkie? Perhaps  Minaret Station will best accommodate your stay. Accessible only by helicopter, Minaret Station treats its guest to an exclusive and authentic alpine experience. Explore the surrounding wilderness in the most exciting ways, heli-skiing, hunting and fishing to your wild heart’s content.
 

The Farm at Cape Kidnappers is for the wine aficionados. Located in the heart of the Hawke’s Bay wine region, it is home to some of New Zealand’s best wine and cuisine. With breath-taking views of the Pacific, a beautiful spa and a world-class golf course, this incredible lodge is one of the world’s most extraordinary luxury destinations. 

Perhaps you’re partial to a little history? Otahuna Lodge in Canterbury is New Zealand’s largest historic residence, famous for its luxury accommodation, glorious gardens and sophisticated cuisine. This Victorian mansion combines the romance of the past with the cosmopolitan pleasures of the present, allowing visitors to enjoy the best of both worlds. 

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