Poets Corner Lodge

Address: 28 Poets Corner Road, Waihi, Bay of Plenty, North Island, RD1, New Zealand | 4 star lodge
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This 4 star lodge, located on 28 Poets Corner Road, Waihi, is near Over the Top Adventures.
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      Kauri Museum & on to Waihi

      A travel blog entry by hughieanddoris on Nov 28, 2014

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      Last night's railway carriage accommodation was interesting if basic. The bed was very comfortable and the shower was great which is all that matters. When we spoke to the host this morning we heard that he had stepped in again at the age of 73 after various managers had let the place run down. He is now bringing it up to scratch again. Tonight though, in Waihi, we have a lovely studio flat with a huge bathroom and ...

      Farewell to the Phipps' and fun at Waihi Beach

      A travel blog entry by ddkingston on Oct 04, 2014

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      ... sunny just around us, and there was even a full rainbow out over the water at one stage. We could see all the way down the coast to Mt Maunganui at Tauranga, which is a giant headland standing over the port of Tauranga and is a fitting guard to the millionaires row of properties along the beachfront.

      After the sun started heading down, and with threatening rainclouds brewing, we retreated to the van with Mum not impressed with having to take off the ...

      Historical Hills: Lord of the Rings

      A travel blog entry by abradleyx3 on Jul 31, 2014

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      ... love with the nature, just like I did in the movies. I will have more of a love for the films, the country, and myself for knowing I was right about traveling to New Zealand for the historical part of Bucket List. I don't want to get to cocky yet, in case I'm wrong. Hopefully, when I run into other people visiting the places I am, I will not judge them for being nerds and hopefully they can return the favor by not judging me. ...

      Waihi to Te Aroha Cycleway

      A travel blog entry by gourmettravels on Apr 06, 2014

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      ... he got the hint and we were off. The first part if the trail involves tunnels and bridges and passes by the Victoria Battery so is quite interesting and varied. In no time at all we had knocked off 7 of the 14kms and I was feeling like a pro. Through the tunnel we went and onto the cycle way path that meandered down beside the gorge. It is pretty as a picture and good for the soul. Reading later about the cycle trail told me that it is suitable for everyone - wheelchairs and ...

      The Longest Day

      A travel blog entry by rnelson on Mar 17, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... tunnel, about 1100 meters long (almost 3/4 mile). About that tunnel -- you can see a bit for the first and last 100 meters because of the natural light entering, but the middle .5 miles is pitch black on a gravel service. Did I forget to mention that the bike rental place (a cute little cafe with very nice people who didn't know a pedal from a brake) did not give us lights?! So we bravely/stupidly ...