The White House
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- High-speed internet in room
TripAdvisor Reviews The White House Russell
Travel Blogs from Russell
... a lot of small fish called Yellowtail!, much like mackel, they invited our boys to fish with, which they gladly accepted..they caught a few as well.u Speaks volumes of the nature of the NZ folk! After our fishing trip, we headed for some coffee and hot chocolate at Sally's, then proceeded to explore a bit more of the town, before heading over the hill to Long Beach. Boys played a bit on the beach a while, had a snack and headed back towards ...
... going on in the area as it is a public holiday and they are expecting lots of dignateries on the day so loads of police around. A few rain showers but we still managed to spend quite a bit of time looking round the house, Maori marae and watching the cultural show which was excellent. The treaty was signed in 1840 between the Maori Chiefs and English. It was written in English and then in Maori but a lot was lost in translation which has led to the problems with ...
Today we visited another waterfall – Rainbow falls. Which was cool for a mooch around and some photographs, before moving on to Waitangi to the treaty grounds. For those that don't know, this is where the Waitangi Treaty was signed almost 200 years ago, the Waitangi Treaty is a pretty big deal here as it is basically the big legal document that brought together the interests of European settlers and the Maori population of NZ, paving the way for NZ to flourish as it ...
... we took the passenger ferry from Paihia to Russell which takes about 15 minutes. Russell was once known as “The Hell Hole of the Pacific” from the days of rowdy whalers and drunken sailors. Today it is a small town full of cafes, restaurants and accommodations. At one time Russell was the capital of New Zealand before it moved to Auckland. It is one of the oldest European settlements in New ...
... while I did find stuff out, I ENJOYED SUNSHINE in what felt like forever. There were beaches and pohutukawa trees (I dare you to try and pronounce it) and it was simply beautiful. I took it really easy here. Lazy in fact. Was fed up of doing stuff or traveling and you know I excel at indolence... So I played hooky one day IN THE SUNSHINE and read my book, had flat white coffee and even... salad cos the temperature supported ...