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Deluxe Wheel House and Caravan Snuggled in Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

Kerikeri, North Island (New Zealand)

Deluxe Wheel House and Caravan Snuggled in Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, New Zealand

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5.0 2 Reviews

"We originally booked two nights in the gipsy caravan but as soon as we arrived at the lodge we knew that we want to prolong our stay. The whole area …"

Phillipe, guest in March 24, 2014.
caravan
2 Private Caravans
2 guests per Caravan
Bathroom
Kitchen
Entire Caravan

Book this unique caravan: Bay of Islands rustic holiday homes for NZ holidays in the great outdoors

THE CARAVAN
The silver fern caravan is a fully restored, iconic model and has been elegantly furnished with native wood finishes and lined with Japanese cedar. It is equipped with a double and single bed, a fridge, and a tea and coffee maker. It is located amid luscious plum trees with impressive tropical gardens and water views. Showers, toilets, the fully-equipped kitchen, and laundromat are located only a few steps away from the caravan. Bay of Islands makes for a stunning getaway destination and this rental is the ideal way to experience a simple and stress-free holiday.

THE WHEEL HOUSE
The renovated cabin boat, part of the historic steamboat 'The Minerva', is lined with Japanese Cedar and French doors. Inside glampers will find a double bed, tea/coffee maker, kettle, fridge, and romantic furnishings. Showers, toilets, fully-equipped kitchen and laundromat are located only a few steps away. The wheel house offers beautiful views of the surrounding tropical gardens.

The lodge includes fully-equipped bathhouses featuring toilets, hot showers. There is also a laundromat and a kitchen with electric hot plates, microwave, oven, pans, crockery and cutlery. Moreover, outside glampers will find a patio with gas barbecue, a gazebo with roof and river view, shaded entertainment deck with cafe-style seating, bike and kayak rental, boating and swimming facilities.

Features and services

  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Outdoor pool
  • Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
  • Heating
  • Washing machine
  • barbecue Shared Barbecue
  • Coffeemaker
  • Shared Kitchen
  • Linens and pillows
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5.0 - 2 Reviews

Accommodation rules

  • Check-in: From 02:00 PM
  • Check out: 10:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • No smoking
  • No parties
  • Some spaces are shared
Please keep in mind that the river is fish reserve, so fishing is not allowed. Children are not allowed in the boat shed, and there is no swimming without supervision of parents.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy: Fifteen

Add check in and check out dates to get the cancellation details

Free cancellation up to 24 hours after your booking is confirmed.

After that 24 hours, cancel before and get a 50% refund (minus the service fee).

Free cancellation up to 24 hours after your booking is confirmed and at least .

After that 24 hours, cancel before and get a 50% refund (minus the service fee).

No refund if you cancel less than days before check in.

Free cancellation until .

After that, cancel before and get a 50% refund.

Details

Location and surroundings

Kerikeri, North Island (New Zealand)

Detailed location provided after booking

  • Supermarket

Activities

  • Horseback riding
  • Biking
  • kayak Kayaking/Canoeing
  • scuba Scuba diving
  • Climbing
  • Fishing
  • ATV/Quads/4x4
  • Wine tasting
  • Wildlife watching

The lodge and Kerikeri itself offer visitors a large variety of activities. Visit the famous Palmco and Wharepuke gardens and explore the amazing fauna. The area has great walking and hiking paths: Follow the bush trip of Charles Darwin and see the same waterfall (Rainbow Falls) and walk the same track as he did. Check out the imposing kauri's at Puketi Forest with access to the Kerikeri Inlet and the Bay of Islands. Take a steamboat at the historic Stone Store Basin and pass New Zealand's oldest buildings. Rewa's village will take glampers on a trip back to the time before the European settlers.

Other outdoor activities include tree climbing (courses for each level available), golf, horse trekking, boat trips and island cruises, scuba and wreck diving, swimming with dolphins, kayaking, sailing, therapeutic hot pools, cultural visits to traditional Maori villages and other archaeological and historic sites such as the Pa-site of the famous warrior chief Hongi Hika. Don't forget to check out the vibrant town itself with its excellent restaurants, famous farmer's market, cafes and shops, vineyard trails, arts centers and chocolate factory.

Glampers can wake to town through the woods—it’s just a 20 minute scenic walk. There are also good taxi and bus services.

Those who enjoy walking will also like the trail that starts at the glamping site and leads to two waterfalls.

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