Fern Lodge

Address: Corner Alfred St. And Oxford Terrace, Coromandel, The Coromandel, North Island, New Zealand | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corner Alfred St. And Oxford Terrace, Coromandel, is near Driving Creek Railway and Potteries, Mercury Bay, and Cormandel Forest Park.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Fern Lodge Coromandel

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    Travel Blogs from Coromandel

    Hot Water Beach

    A travel blog entry by colmandmaureen on Apr 03, 2015

    19 photos

    ... nice. To be honest there wasn't much around where we were staying. All there was a cafe and an arts and crafts shop. The cafe was closed being the bank holiday weekend, but the Art shop was open and we had a good look in there. After walking along the cliffs near us, we felt that in half a day we saw the whole of the area. There wasn't a huge amount to do, so we headed back to our cozy cabin. We discussed our future plans in New Zealand, and what activities we would like to ...

    Pick up the van and a dash to "Hot Water Beach"

    A travel blog entry by romsey_wanderer on Mar 01, 2015

    1 photo

    ... We walked along the beach but could not get to the hot water area because of the tide. Although the car park had a few camper vans in it, we decided to move to a viewing spot on the road above it. The by-laws didn't allow overnight stops in tourist car parks, so we moved. After dinner etc, we went for a walk in the moonlight along the beach. We kept walking towards the ...

    Another fabulous B and B on the Coromandel.

    A travel blog entry by lizlivinglife on Jan 26, 2015

    12 photos

    ... There were some interesting embankments made out of numerous wine bottles and various weird clay sculptures adorning the banks and tunnel entrances. Barry is still alive and at seventy nine still painting, writing and overseeing all. Just shows what one man -or woman- can do. Well worth a visit be you an engine buff or not. Hunger had taken hold of at least one of us since by now it was early pm so we set off to find the famous green lipped mussels of Coromandel. The smoked ...

    Cathedral Cove and Hot Water Beach

    A travel blog entry by sjantell on Dec 12, 2014

    6 photos

    ... against the kayaking and just hung out on the beach for a bit before walking back. The bus was well and truly broken so the kayak guys did shuttle runs to take us all back to our accomodation. We had a little play on the 'jumping pillow', which is like a blow up trampoline thing before walking over to hot water beach to dig us some hot pools. The beach was quite busy though and all the hot spots ...

    Thames to Coromandel

    A travel blog entry by randcinaotearoa on Nov 06, 2014

    22 photos

    ... In the distance there was a large waterfall' which they dammed up, floated the logs and then opened the dam!!!! Well you can imagine 100 logs careering over the precipice' into the river below and hurtling down the river!!! Bridges and buildings were destroyed and only 10% of the logs survived!! Crazy!!!! They then tried to control the logs with a series of booms, and eventually had to winch the logs down. Horses were used to transport supplies, and steps were etched ...