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We stayed in one of the caravans which was very comfortable and clean. It gave us a camping like feeling, which we liked a lot. Toilets, shower, kitchen and living room (all shared) are close by, very clean and nicely decorated. And free goodies in...More
Stumbling across Wai-knot on trip advisor with only 3 reviews I was dubious but with the retro caravans I would call this hideaway a glamping experience.
On checking in I was pleasantly surprised. Attention to detail was thoughtful with the finishing touches, the regenerated plantings...More
I was so happy with my stay here at Wai-knot on Waiheke Island. I spent a few days in Auckland and then Waiheke was my final stop before heading back to the States. I was there for a few days of rest and relaxation and...More
Response from waiknotaccommodation, Owner at Wai-knot AccommodationResponded 27 October 2017
We are so pleased you felt at home at WaiKnot! The experience you enjoyed is exactly what we are striving to provide here on Waiheke Island.
We booked a night at Wai-Knot expecting a very ordinary stay...this was not to be. It was a huge surprise to us two 'oldies' who are use to motels and hotels when travelling.
We loved every minute of our stay in this unique location amongst...More
I was concerned about the comfort of beds before our stay. They have put so much work into refurbishing these caravans to the utmost level of comfort. I can't wait to come back here, so quiet, peaceful and great access to Obsidian and wine trails....More
Response from waiknotaccommodation | Property representative |
The closest bus stop is the last stop on the Onetangi bus route - bottom of 7th avenue down at the beach. It is a 15-20min walk from the bus stop to our accommodation. Wai-knot is at the beginning of the vineyard valley... More
The closest bus stop is the last stop on the Onetangi bus route - bottom of 7th avenue down at the beach. It is a 15-20min walk from the bus stop to our accommodation. Wai-knot is at the beginning of the vineyard valley so you can walk to 6 vineyards from our place and 5 of these vineyards are also restaraunts. Hope this helps!
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