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This is one of the most stunning hotel in New Zealand (and one of the most expensive !) - It reminds me of another property in the USA called The Post Ranch Inn in Big Sur. They have 4 Tree House style bedroom suites and...More
We stayed in the family tree house - our room on the second floor was spectacular, the views over the mountains were amazing and the room was beautifully appointed. It was everything you would want from a boutique lodge. We enjoyed a walk down to...More
We stayed there in Jan 2015 for our honeymoon travelling around New Zealand. We spent 1 night and were really impressed with the staff, quality of accommodation (tree house chalets!) and excellent food - we had probably the best meal of our life. It was...More
We loved our short stay at Hapuku Lodge. Their tree houses were all full, so we stayed in a room in the lodge. We were so pleasantly surprised with the spaciousness and beauty of it. It was a very lovely room. We were fascinated by...More
We were really impressed by the standard of New Zealand lodges, but this one was easily the best.
The rooms are built in the style of (very fancy) tree-houses and the views, especially from the top levels, are stunning, with beautiful countryside and frequently deer...More
I am a travel agent and this is the advice we received: Road access to Kaikoura continues to be impacted with the inland road route now open for scheduled journeys. Please refer to the NZ Transport Authority... More
I am a travel agent and this is the advice we received: Road access to Kaikoura continues to be impacted with the inland road route now open for scheduled journeys. Please refer to the NZ Transport Authority website for further details.
There is also very positive news that the main state highway south of Kaikoura (SH1) is likely to be opened before the 20th December.
You could also look at taking a helicopter or fixed wing flight in and out. I can highly recommend this as a way to see the coastline, and is a wonderful experience. Hapuku are offering a significant subsidies for this as I am aware it can be expensive. Trailfinders should be able to give you the full information on this, let me know if they cannot. If you have car hire I am sure they can look at changing it around. It is not like you need it at Bay of Many Coves anyway, and they have a helipad.