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.
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
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.
I am sooo happy that my partner and I stayed here over the weekend. We stayed two nights and wished we could have stayed longer... Our room was beautifully laid out with a lovely bed and a wonderful bathroom... They have a gorgeous view out over the water and are within walking distance to the...
jayz1979, Auckland Central, New Zealand