Lyness Accommodation

Address: 28 Pa Road, Kerikeri, Bay of Islands, North Island, 0230, New Zealand | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 28 Pa Road, Kerikeri, is near Haruru Falls, Adventure Puketi, and Skin Dynamique Day Spa.
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      Travel Blogs from Kerikeri

      Singing the Blues

      A travel blog entry by themossfamily on Aug 08, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... so disappointed. Lots of sobbing followed, until the lady on the boat said she had had a word with the Captain, and he was happy to set up a safety net for Grace to stay in whilst she was in the water, where she could wear a wet suit and have a mask and snorkel, and view the dolphins from there. The waterworks were turned off as if by magic, and was replaced with the biggest, brightest smile! I thought Grace was going to pounce on the lady and kiss her over and over! ...

      Time for Bed

      A travel blog entry by petermbeaumont on Jun 24, 2014

      1 photo

      ... for food. Things close early in this part of the world. Not a criticism, just an observation based on fact!!!

      Although Kerikeri is the largest town in Northland New Zealand, the population is only around 6,500. Therefore, we had limited choice and early closing as barriers to eat. With a combination of a great roast ...

      Back up and up some more

      A travel blog entry by elinor.hinton on Feb 08, 2014

      ... Kauri trees are native to New Zealand, and Kauri forests once covered vast expanses of the mainland. Now only 3% of that forest remains. The trees take several hundred years to reach maturity and grow to huge sizes, and were highly prized by the Maori as the best trees to make wakas (canoes) from - even the selecting and preparing of a tree before it was felled for a canoe could take many years, clearing the brush around it to expose it to the weather ...

      Kerikeri

      A travel blog entry by sojealous on Jan 23, 2014

      4 photos

      ... a look at O beach which is a lot nearer to us. A small stoney beach with lots of families on it. The water is like a mill pond and looks very inviting until you remember how cold it is. When we get back to camp no one has parked next to us. Yipee let's hope it stays this way.After a quick wash and brush up and a short snooze we drink our cold bottle of fizz (lindour) in the sunshine.

      Saturday 25 JanuaryDrive to Opito ...

      Travel to Bay of Islands

      A travel blog entry by cheaperthancall on Jan 16, 2014

      3 photos

      Toastie count: 2 Idiot tax: $43 Was convinced I'd sleep late so set 2 alarms to get me up. Turns out I didn't need either as a couple of the guys in the room only got back about 15mins before I needed to get up. Got to the meeting point in plenty of time - but no bus. Still no bus. Still no bus. Then saw it drive past on a road close by - turns out I was stood just round the corner from where I was meant to be. The best ...