Mangawhai Lodge "a room with a view"
|4 Heather Street
New Zealand 1220
Type: Colonial Style
Established In: 1996
Renovated In: 1996
Fax: +64 (0)9-431-5312
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||$70 - $120
||$95 - $120
Occupant Rate Is:
|Twin Occupant Rate
||$95 - $120
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deposit or visa/mc number
|Minimum Stay Is:
|Check In Time Is:
||2 PM or by
|Check Out Time Is:
||10:30 - 11 AM
within 48 hour leads to fee of 1 night's accommodation if the room is
not filled with another occupant.
Indulge, escape to the magic of Mangawhai Lodge.
Situated 80 minutes north of Auckland NZ, catering for couples and
groups (10 people) in the five stylish guest rooms. Spend your days on
the championship golf course, exploring the beaches and walkways.
Adjacent to licensed cafe, golf course and water access is only 300
Mangawhai Lodge takes its inspiration from the
spectacular sea, island and harbour views.
Wide verandas enable alfresco dinning or a quiet haven
to reflect on the day. Complimentary tea/coffee and cookies.
Two guest lounges with a CD system, TV and video, a wide
range of books, recent magazines, and board games.
Five individually designed guest rooms opening to
verandas (King. Twin or Queen)
Rooms open onto verandas providing sea and
There is a mixture of ensuite, private and guest share
A sumptuous cooked and continental breakfast is served
in the lounge/dining area or on the adjacent verandas.
Guest kitchenette and barbeque are also available.
Golfing, fishing, cycling groups and small conferences a
From Auckland turn right off State Highway One
approximately 10 minutes north of Wellsford. (following the Twin
Coast Discovery Route)
From north turn left and follow Twin Coast Route South.
From Kaiwaka turn left.
Mangawhai is a charming seaside resort 80 minutes north
of Auckland. The appeal is the white sandy beaches (5 within 15 minutes
drive), sub tropical climate, beautiful walkways, and numerous water
activities. The 18 hole all weather Golf Course brings a regular flow of
visitors and there is a growing number of cafes at the two shopping
Charter boats offer fishing, diving and coastal sight
seeing trips around the upper islands of the Hauraki Gulf and Bream Bay.
Mangawhai was settled in the 19th century and once
boasted a busy harbour, boat building industry and a thriving Kauri gum
trade. Whilst this trade has ceased much of the colonial charm remains,
the area has a permanent population of 1200 people hidden away in its
Mangawhai Lodge provides a good base to explore the
treasures of the north, including:
- Surf beaches, a sheltered harbour (300 metres)
- Donkey farm visit, worm farm, water gardens
- The world renowned Bellevue Gardens, (10 minute drive)
- The award winning Naja Garden Centre (opposite)
- Pioneering museum and bonsai garden, pottery gallery
- 18 hole golf course and bowling greens (opposite)
- Horse treks, fishing charters, diving, bird
- Waipua Kauri Forest
- Cafes and historic pub, shopping centres
- 10 walkways, The Tomarata Lakes, (5 - 10 minutes)
- Goat Island Marine Park (45 minutes) and Warkworth (40
- The Matakohe Kauri Museum (35 minutes)
- Day trip to Auckland (80 minutes drive)
- Day trip to Waipu (20 minutes drive) and Whangarei (50
- Day trip to Bay of Islands (120 minutes drive)
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Web Page: Yes
Languages Spoken: English
Types of Breakfasts: Cooked and
Special Meals Available: Yes
Room Types: Rooms
Private Bathrooms: Yes
Handicap Accessible: No
Smoking: Yes - outside on the verandas
Consumption of Alcohol: Yes
Amenities/Features: BBQ, Kitchen, TV,
Nearby Activities: Bicycling, Hiking,
Mountain Biking, Golfing, Horseback Riding, Fishing, Surfing, Sea
Kayaking, Water Skiing, Bird Watching, Windsurfing, Scuba Diving,
Snorkeling, Shopping, Sight Seeing, Historical Places
Suitable For: Pleasure, Relaxation,
Business, Family, Spiritual, Anniversaries, Romance, Gay/Lesbians
Near To: Beach, Ocean, Rivers, Wine
Country, Caves, Hot Springs, Countryside, Nature & Parks,
Waterfalls, Wildlife Sanctuaries
Open: All Year
Additional Comments: Mangawhai Lodge
offers spectacular sea, island and beach views. With walking
access to beaches, cafes, craft galleries, walkways and bird sanctuary