Roadside stalls with 'honesty boxes' are a great way to find seasonal fruit and vegetables and free-range eggs. There are regular local produce markets, with breads, cakes, local cheeses, meat, nuts, olives and juices. The Coromandel produces nearly a quarter of New Zealand's mussels and oysters. And there are vineyards and local breweries nearby as well as some fabulous cafés and restaurants, cheese farms and more. www.thecheesbarn.co.nz
Food and Drink
The Coromandel produces some great food and drink, the landscape is dotted with small farms and orchards – and there are lots of ways to sample it!
It was a wonderful 2 night stay. Great view, comfortable rooms and a fantastic breakfast. Chris and Jane are wonderful hosts. We would recommend this spot to anybody. It is a great gateway to the tourist spots in Coromandel. We visited great beaches, a little winery and much more.
Greeted by name upon arrival. Excellent attention to detail. Everything very well set out and really well looked after. We have no hesitation whatsoever in recommending (and have already done so for friends). Thank you very much Jane and Chris for looking after us!
BillB_10, United Kingdom
This was a beautiful home away from home. The hosts were so helpful, courteous and friendly. Comfy rooms and great shower. It is set in walking distance to downtown and right on the ocean. . They serve a delicious breakfast. Their home is as clean as I’ve ever seen a B&B. They even did...