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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBrenton Lodge Whangamata
Amazing place loved the view and Sallie and David are great hosts! Dinner and breakfast were also fab.
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Went to check out the hotel and only bumped into Terry and Paul who I know via John Lewis! What a small world.... Well it was bye bye Auckland and off on a drive to Whangamata a coastal tourist spot. We took the coastal route so saw some stunning beaches mostly empty and it was a bank holiday weekend! We of course got lost and could not find …
I should not have been flippant about fire station next door. The siren went off at 3.30 am, after which the baby next door took some time getting back to sleep. Thanks to those who remembered the old git's birthday. Very kind. I must admit that I don't really understand anniversaries. Except that this year I am remembering three important ones: 60 years ago I was eight and coping with my first year away in England at boarding school; 50 years ago at eighteen I emerged into ...
... engaged in a push-a-thon. The track wound its way through paddocks with cattle and sheep so we were on our bikes when it wasn't too steep to ride. But the ground was so bumpy from stock tracks in the wet it literally shook ya guts out. The track down ...
Well, this will be our first english entry. Why? Because we want some special people to understand that as well.
After leaving Cathedral Cove, we drove further south when suddenly the engine lamp was flashing.
Too afraid of going on to our final destination Tauranga, we decided to stop in a little town called Whangamata. Soon, we found a mechanic and he told us about another problem: it was saturday, holidays and too much work to do.
... The beach again had lovely fine white sand, with black volcanic sand at the very top and scattered driftwood and pine cones. It had a backdrop of trees, surrounded by the rocky face of the cove. Looking out to sea, the views were amazing, and not to forget the natural ‘hole in the rock’, caves and mini water falls. This was also the location of the film Narnia: Prince Caspian.After our gruelling walk back uphill, we filled up on lunch, and headed forth through the Bay ...