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Arrival by water taxi is stunning but expect a bit of a hike to the lodge as at present the boardwalk has been destroyed by a storm. This is an upmarket hostel not a luxury hotel. The public areas are dated and tired, the rooms...More
If you want to hike or kayak then it's the perfect place. Nothing else to do. Because the broad walk as out of action it was a long walk to the beach. The food was superb and the staff in general were brilliant and couldn't...More
Our stay was for five days in a Superior Suite recently. A savage storm had taken out the normal 300m boardwalk access from the beach so we needed to follow a meandering walk of about a kilometer through the trees and clearings instead which could...More
The Lodge sits off Awaroa beach in Abel Tasman National Park. You arrive by boat, 90 minutes or so from Kaiteriteri, a fun and beautiful trip. The boat leaves you on the beach to be picked up by the Lodge staff who take your luggage...More
We were due to stay two nights, but the big storm that hit South Island meant we missed a day.
Room was nice, we had a superior room which was spacious.
It’s in a great location for walking bits of the Tasman trail but do...More
Response from maxoehler | Property representative |
unfortunately we don't have either Kayaks or Paddleboards available for hire due to our location in the National Park, close to the Marine Reserve. The only option for Kayaking would be a guided trip which we can... More
unfortunately we don't have either Kayaks or Paddleboards available for hire due to our location in the National Park, close to the Marine Reserve. The only option for Kayaking would be a guided trip which we can pre-arrange for you.
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