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Our three night stay at Te Mahia with Trevor and Jann was just amazing. The three clean, beautiful apartments upstairs adequately accommodated 12 family members on the last section of our Queen Charlotte Walk. Two apartments with sea views. The adjoining balconies meant we could...More
Response from Trevorhook, Owner at Te Mahia Bay ResortResponded 17 April 2018
Te Mahia lends itself so beautifully to family gatherings such as yours, especially the Heritage units where everyone can have some private space if needed but also communal time when desired. I am so pleased you and your family had the chance to share in...More
stayed the ast night on QC track got a seaview room there were 3 of us women, lovely room except all open plan so although there were 3 beds we were all in one room, it has been decorated with love, and good facitlities, and...More
Although along a rather windy tar sealed road, this added to the interest and expectation
of this very beautiful resort. We stayed in B suite up a few stairs overlooking the bay. In the evening we could stand on the balcony and look down on...More
Response from Trevorhook, Owner at Te Mahia Bay ResortResponded 3 April 2018
So wonderful that you had such a lovely stay with us and managed to see some amazing flora and fauna here in the magical Kenepuru Sound. Getting onto the water for a sight seeing trip is definitely a must do activity if you get the...More
We stayed for 2 nights here, and would have loved to spend longer. The drive was interesting, and I wouldn’t have liked to attempt it in icy conditions, but the spectacular views, peaceful resort, and superb accommodation make it a must-stay booking. We would definitely...More
Response from Trevorhook, Owner at Te Mahia Bay ResortResponded 31 March 2018
Those wonderful words "We would have loved to stay longer" we hear on numerous occasions and we are so pleased that you had such a lovely peaceful stay. We do look forward to hosting you again some time in the future and hopefully your itinerary...More
Loved it here, very quiet, scenery fabulous. Make sure you go kayaking, but stay off to the side as boat wakes can move you about a bit.
The weka's (native bird) were frequent visitors with their offspring and were great guests, as they ventured into...More
Response from Trevorhook, Owner at Te Mahia Bay ResortResponded 25 March 2018
So pleased you had such a wonderful relaxing stay at Te Mahia and it is so lovely to see that our native fauna and flora has captured your hearts. We look forward to your return one day into the tranquil Kenepuru Sounds.