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One of New Zealand's top luxury lodges offering extremely high standards of accommodation and service with fine dining and world class golf. Situated on a large private estate it assures exclusivity, peace and quiet.
Located close to the Bay of Islands in the far north of the North Island with a stunning cliff top location overlooking the Pacific Ocean.
The spacious Suites, Deluxe Suites and Family Suites offer peace, comfort and complete relaxation.
Set away from the main lodge and amongst native New Zealand forest, the 22 guest suites are housed as pairs in outlying cottages near to the lodge spa, gymnasium, tennis courts and swimming pools. Perfect for those seeking luxury accommodation in Bay of Islands.
Kauri Cliffs is exceptional in every respect and a very special experience is virtually guaranteed.
The Owner's cottage
The main lounge is sumptuous and welcoming, and opens eastward to an infinity pool, jacuzzi and sun-drenched patio, and westward to a sheltered tropical courtyard.
The Master Wing includes a Deluxe Suite bedroom with king-sized bed and seating area with an open fireplace that opens out to the east facing patio, a grand twin vanity bathroom and supersized walk-in wardrobe. The adjoining study can also be converted into a third bedroom with single bed.
The Guest Wing has a second Deluxe Suite bedroom with an open fireplace, walk-in wardrobe and generous bathroom. While just a short walk from all the amenities of this world-class lodge, the villa’s kitchen, outdoor barbecue and cooking facilities are fully equipped if private in-house dining is preferred.
In New Zealand’s far north you will find something that you may not have expected.
This is a region with a fantastic sub-tropical climate – a paradise of golden sandy beaches and secluded coves lapped by clear, warm waters.
In this Mediterranean climate, olives and lemons grow freely, rich vineyards produce award winning wines and the ocean provides plentiful and varied seafood. Northland is heaven for the food and drink lover.
On the Pacific coastline is the Bay of Islands, aptly named with 144 beach fringed islands breaking the surface of sparkling seas that are rich with life.
Dolphins, whales and seabirds abound and beneath the surface the scuba diving is world class – the Poor Knights Islands have been classed as one of the top ten diving locations in the world.
To the west, running alongside the Tasman Sea, is the Kauri Coast whose lush forests are home to the oldest and mightiest trees in New Zealand. The largest kauri is Tane Mahuta, Lord of the Forest, whose diameter is 4.4m. Te Matua Ngahere, Father of the Forest, is New Zealand’s oldest tree and is estimated to be more than 2,000 years old.
The far north is wild, dramatic and rich in folklore and mythology. Cape Reinga is at the very tip of the North Island and is known to the Maori as Te Rerenga Wairua, the leaping-place of the spirits. It is to here that the spirits of the dead travel on their journey to the homeland, Hawaiki