Secluded Beach Cabin near the Bay of Islands, New ZealandRussell, North Island (New Zealand)
Secluded Beach Cabin near the Bay of Islands, New Zealand
"We had a very nice stay and enjoyed the quiet place, the hot tub and the friendly atmosphere from Katrina and Miles. Very good beds!"
This gorgeous secluded cabin is located in Russell, in New Zealand’s Bay of Islands, minutes from the beach, and can accommodate up to four guests. There is one beautifully-decorated bedroom and one full bathroom. The bedroom has a queen-size-size bed and two single beds. There are electric blankets, for those chilly evenings, and a baby’s crib is available if needed. The bright and modern bathroom comes with a toilet, a sink, and a large walk-in shower. Freshly-laundered linens and towels are provided by the host.
In the spacious and inviting living room, guests will find plenty of comfy seating space for everyone, with a plush velvet sofa, and matching armchairs. For entertainment, there’s a flat screen TV, with Freeview channels, a DVD player, and a stereo music system. Glampers will adore the huge windows and sliding glass doors in the lounge area, where they’ll enjoy incredible uninterrupted views of the ocean and the mountains. In the adjoining dining area, there is seating for up to six people, making this the perfect space for long, sociable family meals. The fully equipped kitchen comes with a host of handy appliances, including a fridge, a freezer, an oven, a stove, a microwave, a toaster, and a tea kettle. There are also plenty of utensils and dishes for guests to make use of. Other amenities in the cabin include air conditioning and heating, a Wi-Fi connection, a washing machine, an iron and board, a telephone, and a hairdryer.
Outside, there is a large private decking area, complete with fantastic views, and a luxurious spa pool. Glampers will have the option to dine al fresco, using the outdoor gas grill, and there’s a selection of patio furniture, perfect for sitting back to gaze at the spectacular sunset or the starry night sky.
There are some great facilities on offer at this fabulous property. Guests traveling by car will be pleased to know that there is free parking on the premises. Air conditioning and heating throughout will ensure glampers are comfortable at all times. There is a good Wi-Fi connection, and full cell phone coverage here, for those who need to stay in touch, and there's also a telephone available for making local calls. For laundering clothes, there is a washing machine on site and, best of all, guests at the property will have the use of kayaks and life jackets, for exploring the local waters.
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Shared Barbecue
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Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Russell, North Island (New Zealand)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Scuba diving
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
Visitors to this region will have their pick of various fun activities. The local pastime here is game fishing, and keen fishermen can take a chartered trip from Russell to try their hand at reeling in marlin, broadbill, swordfish, shark, tuna, kingfish, snapper, and sea bass. It's also possible to take kayaking and sailing trips. Whale watching tours are very popular, with an abundance of whales, dolphins, and seals in the region's waters. This area is home to many stunning beaches and bays. Oneroa Bay, 15 minutes from the property, is particularly great for swimming and surfing, and Russell's scenic reserve, 8 minutes away, is a superb place for picnics, walks, and stunning ocean views.
Guests who are able to travel further afield should check out Waikino Forest. It's only 45 minutes away and is also the perfect spot for walks and picnics. Hiking and cycling trails for all abilities can be found in and around Russell, with guided nature walks available, where guests can hope to spot Kiwis and other native wildlife. Those in need of some retail and food therapy will adore the selection of antique stores, gift shops, and gourmet restaurants available in Russell. For the occasional rainy day, the Russell Museum is an ideal option. The fascinating exhibits tell the story of the development of Russell, from a small Maori fishing village known as Kororareka to a port of call for visiting ships and whalers, to today’s tourist town.