Relaxing Country Getaway with Views of Lake Rotorua, North IslandRotorua, North Island (New Zealand)
Relaxing Country Getaway with Views of Lake Rotorua, North Island
This cozy accommodation is located near Lake Rotorua, North Island, and accommodates two glampers for a relaxing country getaway. The room is spacious and boasts sublime views of Lake Rotorua and Mokoia Island, with glass doors that open onto a patio. In the room, glampers will find a deluxe king-size bed flanked by nightstands, a 30-inch flat-screen TV, and underfloor heating. The room also boasts a private bathroom with a toilet, a vanity, and a shower as well as heated towel rails, towels, toiletries, and a hairdryer.
Additionally, a continental breakfast is served daily and glampers will be able to enjoy an array of shared facilities such as a guest lounge, tennis courts, landscaped gardens to explore, and a patio with a heated spa pool.
This bed and breakfast offers modern conveniences that will make any discerning glamper feel right at home during their stay. With amenities such as air conditioning, heating, electric blankets, linen, towels, toiletries, and hairdryers, glampers will enjoy all the creature comforts of home. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available and glampers are served a delicious continental breakfast every morning.
Shared facilities include a guest lounge where glampers can unwind and relax by the fireplace, enjoy a film, or quietly escape into the pages of a bestseller. The farm boasts sublime landscaped gardens that are home to 25 species of bird, that glampers can explore and admire. Additionally, those looking for rejuvenation can soak away stress in the heated outdoor massage spa pool.
Outside, glampers can hand feed the sheep, work up a sweat on the tennis courts, go mountain biking, or simply explore the area.
- 1 King-size bed
- Outdoor pool
- Linens and pillows
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
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Location and surroundings
Rotorua, North Island (New Zealand)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Hot springs
- Water sports
- Whitewater rafting
- Wildlife watching
Nestled within the Pacific Rim of Fire, on New Zealand’s North Island, the town of Rotorua is a geothermal paradise with natural beauty and wonder that are unrivaled. For a total immersion in nature, glampers can relax and unwind in a bubbling mud pool or soak away troubles in natural hot springs. Glampers can visit Te Puia’s Whakarewarewa Valley, just five minutes from the center of Rotorua, where they’ll find the world famous Pohutu geyser which stands 30 meters tall, more scalding mud pools, native bush, and unbelievable Maori cultural performances and a thriving community.
For those who enjoy biking, they can take a scenic ride past four major geothermal attractions when exploring the Te Aha Ari - Thermal by Bike trail. The trail begins in downtown Rotorua and carves through deep forests, past Maori cultural sites, and must-see geothermal wonders. The region is a water lovers wonderland with 18 stunning lakes and three major rivers to visit and explore. Here, glampers can explore Lake Rotorua on a paddle steamer or take to the waters of Lake Rotoiti by paddleboard, kayak, or canoe. The region is also perfect for avid fishermen with lakes, streams, and rivers that are home to trophy trout.
For a quieter experience, glampers can amble around the lovely streets of Rotorua that boast local arts, crafts, boutiques, and galleries all of which reflect the Maori culture, natural beauty, and one-of-a-kind experience found in the region. When hunger strikes, Rotorua beckons glampers to uncover an incredible food scene with traditional Maori cuisine, fine dining restaurants with international dishes, brewed craft beer, tasty coffee, and of course, the traditional barbecue of New Zealand - Hangi.