On the north west coast is the historic and picturesque Coromandel Town. Set on a large natural harbour, with its extensive green-lip mussel, salmon and oyster farms, the town has kept much of its 19th-century architecture, when it was a booming gold mining and logging town. Nowadays it is quiet and charming, an artist's haven with great cafés. The Driving Creek Railway trip through the forest-clad mountains is also very popular. Try the spectacular route 309 across the mountains to get there.
Excellent hospitality - friendliest people We were greeted by Eve, the hilarious, very personable hostess. We succeeded in not calling your husband Adam! His name is Alan - sorry Alan! Beautiful home, centrally located, great views, above all - great hosts. Informative, cheerful, GREAT...
aidomelb, Port Douglas, Australia
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.
Stayed here for 3 nights in January 2018. Chris and Jane were very welcoming and enjoyed talking about what to do in the area and New Zealand in general. The room was very cozy and the bed was very comfortable. Room and bathroom very clean and spacious. The plunge pool was a nice respite at the...
Diddakoi, Milwaukee, WI