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Okiato Lodge, nestled amongst native trees at the end of a secluded peninsular is the perfect base from which to enjoy the beautiful Bay of Islands. The views are stunning, and the style of service as befits a family run lodge is open and relaxed. It's a combination that's been enchanting visitors for over a decade.
Okiato Lodge offers eight spacious suites which open on their own private veranda to breathtaking views out across the Bay of Islands. Each luxury suite has its own ensuite bathroom, air conditioning, bathrobes, beach towels and hair dryers. There are tea and coffee making facilities and a stocked mini-bar for your convenience. They also include a television, telephone and iron.
Large comfortable beds and quiet, private surroundings will ensure even the most weary traveller will find solitude in this secluded paradise.
At Okiato Lodge, they are justifiably proud of their culinary reputation. After a pre-dinner aperitif or two in the cocktail lounge, their guests meet around an elegant table for a sumptuous four-course dinner of the finest New Zealand food. Always varied, there's something to suit every palette from our award-winning chefs.
Breakfasts are largely determined by the weather and their guests wishes. For some, coffee taken outdoors enjoying the delightful views is a perfect start to the day. For others a full breakfast will provide sustenance for a day filled with leisure activities.
Of course, should you require a special diet, they are happy to make arrangements to meet your personal needs.
24hr Reception Cocktail Bar Restaurant Disabled Facilities Pool/Spa Tour booking service
- Rates are per room per night
- Rates are in New Zealand Dollars including GST
- Rates Include: Accommodation, fully cooked breakfast, pre-dinner cocktails and a 4 course dinner.
- Children: 0-2 years are free of charge. Children aged 3 years and over are at child rate.
- Check In: 1.30pm Check Out:10.30am
- 20 kilometres to Keri Keri Domestic Airport
- Address: James Clendon Place, Russell, Northland