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.
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
The hosts were incredibly friendly and helpful, really nice room with a small balcony. Breakfast from the upstairs balcony overlooking the bay was fantastic, we sat inside the second morning but still a great view and to top it off the breakfast was superb. Simply the best B&B we have ever...
LeicesterCityFan12, Kibworth Beauchamp, United Kingdom