Cozy Miniature Cabin Rental for a Romantic Getaway near Rotorua, North Island
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If the guest cancels 24 hours or more prior to check in.
- Double bed
- Shared Barbecue
Location + Surroundings
Other nearby natural attractions include the Waikato River, Lake Karapiro, Kaimai-Mamaku Forest Park, Lake Rotorua, Mount Ngongotaha Scenic Reserve, and Sanctuary Mountain. The latter is an eroded volcano surrounded by one of the longest pest-proof fences in the world. Extending 47 kilometers, the fence safeguards a 3,400-hectare ecological island and wildlife sanctuary containing protected forests and wetlands, which are home to an array of endangered plants, wildlife, and birds, such as takahe, kiwi, and kaka.
The accommodation's location is set about halfway between the towns of Rotorua and Cambridge, both of which can be reached within 45 minutes. At Cambridge, guests will find a variety of art galleries, antique shops, pubs, and cafes, while Rotorua boasts attractions such as Rainbow Springs Nature Park, Paradise Valley Springs, the Government Gardens, and the living Maori village of Whakarewarewa. The city of Hamilton is about an hour away, where the nearest international airport is located.
- Horseback riding additional charge
- Wildlife watching
With the Waihou River Walk (also known as the Te Waihou Walkway) running right by the property, guests will be perfectly positioned to enjoy a scenic walk along the Waihou River and the Blue Spring, which boasts some of the purest water in the world.
For more nature walking and hiking, guests can head to the Waikato River Trails, Mount Ngongotaha Scenic Reserve, Whakarewarewa Forest, Kaimai-Mamaku Forest Park, and the ecological reserve of Sanctuary Mountain. At the latter, guests can see endangered wildlife such as tuataras, takahe, kiwis, and kakas. To view kiwis and a number of other native birds and wildlife species up-close, guests can visit Rainbow Springs Nature Park, which runs a variety of mammal, reptile, and bird encounter programs.
For water-based recreation, guests can head to the Waikato River and Lake Karapiro, where they can go kayaking, canoeing, rowing, stand-up paddleboarding, jet skiing, water skiing, and jet boating, with rentals and trips available from outfitters such as the Boat Shed.
Guests interested in mountain biking can visit the Waikato River Trails, the Great New Zealand River Ride, and the Te Miro Mountain Bike Park, while cyclists will find themselves in one of the top cycling destinations in New Zealand, with a variety of country roads to explore.
Other activity options include horseback riding with Stone Hill Horse Trek, ziplining with Rotorua Canopy Tours, visiting the Hobbiton Movie Set, seeing traditional Maori dance performances at Whakarewarewa, and rolling downhill in a giant transparent plastic ball at OGO Rotorua.
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared