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We read these reviews with interest as we note the last few have been written well after the time we closed the lodge for rebuilding. There can be no mistaking that it is closed... there is a large sign on the edge of the jetty...More
We radioed to see if we could come along side their wharf, were told no and to pick up a certain bouy located about 50 meters from the Kingfish Lodge wharf. I'm on the bow with the boat hook to lift the bouy and unfortunately...More
The Location is one of the best I've ever visited. I visited this Hotel when Jeremy was the head chef.. The food was awesome.. Will definitely love to visit again. I've heard that the property has been sold and is being renovated. Hopefully it will...More
This hotel is situated in one of the best locations I have ever stayed in. However, even with this competitive advantage, the hotel is terrible.
As opposed to giving the owners a public grilling I have instead decided to offer some advice. Here is my...More
It was not the first time we had been here, having spent a lazy sunny afternoon here in the 1990s. Things have changed though. You still need to get the Whangaroa water taxi to get in and out and the trip across this historic stretch...More
7 Thank David M
Response from SINZ, Manager at Kingfish LodgeResponded 20 May 2016
One cannot please everyone…
Did you stay or were you a casual visitor?
At the end of the season a simple all day bar menu was offered which appealed to most for snacks and lunches.
Our functions menu and evening set meals were...More