Fabulous Luxury Bell Tent Rental near Queenstown, South Island
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A well-appointed private bathroom with a toilet and an enclosed shower sits a few feet from the tents which makes it convenient for campers. Towels and bathroom essentials are supplied without extra charge. When the two tents are booked separately the facilities are shared.
The campsite comes with a trailer that doubles as a mobile kitchen loaded with cooking facilities such as a gas hob, a sink with a clean water supply, and ample space for preparing food. It also comes with cookware, utensils, and crockery. There is also a BBQ and outdoor seating.
- Queen-size bed
- Running water
- Hot water
- Dining table
- Shared Barbecue
- Picnic area
- Outdoor furniture
Campers who want to fix their own meals and enjoy cooking in the great outdoors are given access to a mobile kitchen with a gas hob, a sink with hot water supply, and ample space for preparing meals. Guests are also given the choice of eating out in the open with a hardwood table and chairs or inside the tent.
The hosts can provide a private chef or fill the chilly bin with a cheeseboard and wine if guests wish; all they have to do is inquire.
- Shuttle additional charge
- Helicopter additional charge
Location + Surroundings
- National Park
Queenstown is reputed to be the adventure sports capital of the South Island region of New Zealand—and for good reason. The breathtaking Lake Wakatipu is only half an hour away from the camping grounds, and here, guests who love to fish will find plenty of spots teeming with trout. It is the third-largest lake in New Zealand and is a great area for swimming and other water sports during summer.
Queenstown International Airport is the nearest major airport to the glamping property which is about 40 minutes away by car. Places to stay in New Zealand don't come more stunningly beautiful than these one of a kind rentals.
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife watching
- Wine tasting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Winter sports
This beautiful accommodation near Queenstown is nestled in a vast Merino sheep farm and there are hikes right on guests' doorstep, including the 1.5-hour loop track around Moke Lake and the much longer "Moonlight Track." The lake is shallower than the large Lake Wakatipu, so it's not as cold and great for a summer swim.
The hosts can arrange kayak and SUP hire if guests wish to spend a day playing in the water, in addition to 4WD off-road buggy tours. Guests will be picked up from their tent by an experienced guide, who will then take them all across Ben Lomond station, where guests can meet the farmer and the sheep.
If they fancy a helicopter flight, either to arrive at the tent or just as a day trip, that can also be arranged. Ben Lomond horse treks are also just a very short walk away. In the surrounding area of Queenstown, there are endless activities, from jet boats and bungee jumps to skydives and bike trails.
Check-in: 12:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
No Pets allowed
Some spaces are shared
During the summer no campfires are permitted as there is a very real risk of wildfires at this time.