Waiheke Island Resort and Conference Centre
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Outdoor pool
- Hot tub
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... on the patio overlooking the water on this spectacular island. Michelle, our Bespoke Tours guide for visiting several wineries yesterday gave us a great introduction to Waiheke. We had briefly considered renting electric bicycles as reviewed on Trip Advisor, but once Michelle started driving us around, we were profoundly happy we had nixed that idea. This island is quite hilly! We visited four wineries, but the absolute highlight of the day was our stop at ...
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... When we arrived on the island we hiked a trail to the next town which took about an hour and a half. We were hot and bothered and our legs were sore but our moods were lifted when we finally saw the sign "Cable Bay" which was a gorgeous winery set up on a hill which over looked the green tree tops and ocean and we could see Auckland city in the back ground! We paid for a wine tasting tour here where we were able to try 5 of their wines, each equally delicious. Our guide ...
... little dated, we were on the top floor and had the usual mod cons. Having lived in hostels for the best part of four months last year, anywhere where I’m not sharing a room quite frankly is absolute luxury!
When booking our ferry, we somehow unintentionally winged getting a smaller, faster one than the average tourist ferry. There were only around five us on it for our crossing to Waiheke, around a 30 minute jaunt from the harbour. I couldn’t believe ...
... half way up Mount Eden and had to walk the rest. On the bus, the tour guide took turns asking us questions about ourselves. When I told him I had quit my job to come to New Zealand and then Australia, he high fived me! The view from the top was absolutely stunning, definitely worth the walk! You could see out for miles so was a shame that the weather had started to turn because on a nicer day you would be able to ...