Huntington Lodge

1745 Tiki Rd., Coromandel, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | B&B
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Coromandel and onwards

A travel blog entry by edandkate


... thermals rise through the sand making a mockery of the cold winter seas. Once breakfasted on porridge we made our way into Coromandel Town where we spied a number of potential coffee stops along with some places to top up the pantry. Continuing through the town (which is really an oversized village) we went for a short drive along the coast. At one point we came to a small beach that just HAD to be walked on so we got all kitted up with coats and hats etc and jumped ...

The Puddle Muddle

A travel blog entry by handytravels



Our newly relaxed state, courtesy of our hot mineral soak didn't seem to last too long as we trundled along the dimming lights of Coromandel peninsula searching for a place to stay. We had no intention of paying for a camp site instead hoping to dabble in "freedom camping" – cue braveheart shouts of “freeeedom”. Unfortunately for this late in the day conceived plan, the city council of Coromandel had in fact ...

Festering in mother nature

A travel blog entry by nandz


... Peninsula.

I have off loaded a lot of the stresses of daily life.
We are off to an adventure.

I found a swimming hole called Hoffman's pool in the Kauarenga Valley, just on the skirts of Thames town. You should not drive passed Thames if you are a moderate tramper and it is a nice day. The most beautiful fresh blue waters. I saw many large kauri trees on the walk, one of them thought to be at least 1000 years old. Such beautiful wise creatures.


Coromandel - 02nd April

A travel blog entry by lgodfrey3


... public toilets with a mosaic "worthy of a picture" (?) and a shop selling Indian clothing. It doesn't mislead this village does just that and nothing else! We move on quickly to a nearby beach. The twisty road is only just big enough for two cars, add 90• turns with a cliff on one side to the water beneath equals happiness! The near death experience was well worth it. This should be a top 20 beach. It's our fifth day and after a wifi fix we say goodbye to Coromadel ...

New Zealand - Coromandel Peninsula

A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo


... some people say that sometimes temperatures can be boiling hot which doesnīt allow you to get in the water.

In order to enjoy such a natural hot tub you must on Hot Water Beach quite early in the morning (8.00 – 9.00) or in the evening (at about 20.00). Otherwise you donīt have any chance to catch the low tide. Well, we arrived at 15.00 so no hot bath for us that afternoon.

Before we started heading down to Rotorua we had to visit one more place ...


This B&B, located on 1745 Tiki Rd., Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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