Dell Cote

Address: 37 Rewarewa Valley Rd, Tairua, The Coromandel, North Island, 3544, New Zealand | B&B
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This B&B is located on 37 Rewarewa Valley Rd, Tairua.
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Travel Blogs from Tairua

Waiheke Island and the Coromandel Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tourdemark on Jan 07, 2015

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Hot Water Beach

A travel blog entry by toddlerontour on May 15, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

Day 23

We left Rotorua heading north towards the Coromandel peninsula making a brief stop in the town of Mount Manganui (mountain being a generous term for what is, by NZ standards, a hillock). We didn’t have time to do the walk around the base of Mt Manganui so instead we took a short walk and a picnic on Moturiki island before continuing on the increasingly twisty roads up to our campsite at Hot Water Beach, arriving ...

Now the adventure truly begins....

A travel blog entry by pandora205 on Mar 22, 2014

2 photos

... a wander up the main street we followed a sign post to a viewing point, which again, turned out to be at a top of a steep climb. We'll be very fit at the end of it all....

To finish the day, a meal and chilling out in the hot tub in the garden, a glass of wine, a starry night and a thousand circada's rhythmic chorus as an accompaniment. I could live like this, but sadly tomorrow we are on our way to our next stop. Volcanic Taupo.

North again to Tairua

A travel blog entry by phil100652 on Feb 25, 2014

1 comment, 3 photos

... is another beautiful part of the world, renowned for its miles and miles of sandy beaches so the first hour after our arrival was spent on a practically deserted beach watching the waves. We then enjoyed a beer sat in the sun overlooking the harbour before walking to the top of a small volcano (hopefully inactive for a bit longer yet) to enjoy the 360 degree view and watch the sun go down. More seaside frolics again ...

Rest and relaxation

A travel blog entry by kevinsullivan on Jan 14, 2014

OK, I know that I didn't explain the reason why that road was called the 309 in my blog of the 10th.....and I also know that my educated readers amongst you like to hear a little bit about local history, local names and customs etc. This is not a usual number for a road like the one's that we are used to , like A or B roads. Apparently the 309 Road got it's name from the time it used to take ...