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I've always wanted to visit Waiheke and finally got the opportunity. The friendly staff is what I loved most about the boatshed, Jonathan the owner cooked breakfast and was brilliant to chat to while he was cooking in the homely kitchen. The mango crepes were...More
Food and lodge were excellent, with la large house and a private swimming pool very modern and well equipped even if we stayed two nights. Most of the products were grown near by, fresh and tasty.
I also enjoyed the mini-jeep to visit the island,...More
Only a short ferry ride from Auckland but an absolute world away. This is a world class romantic getaway that few other places can come close to matching.
The service is impeccable - friendly, available and completely discrete. The location is breathtakingly beautiful. Vistas over...More
This was the most wonderful experience from start to finish. It could have rained our entire stay and we would have still been happy. However, the weather was perfect and we hired a fun Suzuki Jimny from the hotel to explore the wineries and beaches....More
When visiting the North Island you must include a ferry trip to Waheke Island. One of the most beautiful places in the world. We booked a night at the Boatshed and from start to finish this was amazing. Relaxed , friendly staff welcoming you into...More
It's not cheap. Ours was included in the package but otherwise we decided to dine at other restaurants on other nights. That said, it's lovely to just stay 'home' and eat well :) I can't remember costs exactly but it may... More
It's not cheap. Ours was included in the package but otherwise we decided to dine at other restaurants on other nights. That said, it's lovely to just stay 'home' and eat well :) I can't remember costs exactly but it may have been around $150 each? Best to check with them though as that's just a vague memory...