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This stunning little jewel was recommended to us by Christchurch Airport and we were able to host our top customers for meetings and some soft adventure. The treehouses are total luxury and blew our guests away in their design and luxury appointments. Heading north from...More
We were visiting from Australia and we had a fabulous time at Hapuku Lodge. The accommodation was luxurious with stunning backdrop views of snow capped mountains surrounding Mount Fyffe and the seaward Kaikoura Ranges. The food experience was exquisite and on par with a hatted...More
We stayed here for 2 nights at the very end of January 2018 prior to an overnight in Christchurch and return flight to Dubai and the UK. The setting is superb - views to the pacific, mountains, olive grove. Perfect. The Tree House accommodation is...More
We were fortunate enough to spend a night in one of the treehouses on our way around the South Island.
It was a wet and miserable day but the soft music upon entering our treehouse and the welcoming fire made the arrival spectacular.
My wife and I stayed in one of the lodge rooms and had a really lovely experience. The room and bed was comfortable with a nice balcony, and the bathroom was huge. Food and wine were excellent and the service was top class
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.