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This chic hotel is located above the sun-drenched bay and white sandy beaches of Oneroa on the island of Waiheke. Seven suites and bungalows, together with The Owners Cottage and Watertower, offer private panoramic ocean views, are luxurious and spacious and offer a contemporary take on the classic seaside retreat.
Contemporary seaside luxury
Seven designer suites and bungalows, each offering private panoramic ocean views are luxurious and spacious and offer a contemporary take on the classic seaside retreat, encompassing the classic New Zealand Bach, a small holiday cottage. The Owners Cottage with an adjoining Cabana and private pool offers the ultimate in luxury. The unique Watertower, with its roof garden and outdoor bath is perfect for a couple.
Renowned for fine cuisine and wines The Boatshed offers elegant dining for guests. Extensive kitchen gardens feature a ‘potting shed’ where guests love to retreat with a glass of wine and just contemplate the world. Relax with a good book, drink in those views, enjoy a massage or take a stroll along the beach.
Waiheke Island is an eclectic mix of vineyards, restaurants, art galleries and golden sand beaches. Have Chef pack a lunch and take the Picnic Truck out to explore secluded beaches or choose to sample award winning wines and dine al-fresco.
With its relaxed way of life Waiheke Island and unpolished charm Waiheke Island offers the first start or finish to any itinerary. Arrive by ferry from downtown Auckland, step ashore at Matiatia ferry wharf or alight at the local airfield – The Boatshed hosts will be there to welcome you.
Auckland & around
Auckland, the City of Sails, is New Zealand’s largest city and has a great waterfront location on the Hauraki Gulf.
It is a cosmopolitan city with a wide range of dining and wining options and it is also home to Sky Tower, the tallest tower in the Southern Hemisphere. A trip to the viewing platform provides superb views of the city and Hauraki Gulf, and you may wish to take the quick way down by attaching yourselves to a Sky Jump cable and leaping off!
Auckland’s west coast is a remarkable contrast to the city iself and you can spend time exploring the windswept beaches and the subtropical bush clad hills of the Waitakere Ranges.
From Auckland you could join a cruise to Tiritiri Matangi Island out in the Hauraki Gulf. Here you can see some of New Zealand’s most endangered birds, including the kokako and saddleback, in this open sanctuary. A guided walk will provide expert commentary on the animal life and the historical and archaeological features of the island.
Waiheke Island is a short ferry journey from Auckland and, with its beautiful beaches and scenic blend of forest and farmland, is a peaceful sub-tropical escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The island is home to a fantastic range of activities including sea kayaking, mountain biking and vineyard tours.