The Farm At Cape Kidnappers

Address: 446 Clifton Road, Te Awanga, North Island, New Zealand | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on 446 Clifton Road, Te Awanga, is near Craggy Range Winery.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Farm At Cape Kidnappers Te Awanga

5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Te Awanga

Earthquakes and Art Deco

A travel blog entry by gerty581 on Oct 01, 2014

2 comments, 33 photos

... I do love architecture. Unluckily the campervan site is just a bit far from the town centre so we caught the local bus and even then we couldn’t get away from very friendly and chatty New Zealanders who have either been to Britain or have relatives living there and want to tell you all about them. On the way to a small museum with lots of weird electrical gadgets we stopped to look at the map and before we could agree on the direction a man came out of the car showroom by our ...

Napier: Art Deco adorableness

A travel blog entry by amyclaridge23 on Feb 04, 2014

5 photos

... Started to get tired I was excited to crash out as soon as I got to Napier at 8pm. However, Napier hugely surprised me. Expecting to rock up, use it as a place to crash before jetting off to Taupo, I was surprised to find myself arriving late to Taupo because I wanted to stay there longer. As much as I try to write in length about New Zealand, despite its incredible scenery and amazing adventure, most towns just strike me as ... Same-y. A bit ...

A summer holiday for New Year

A travel blog entry by fionamary on Jan 02, 2014

54 photos

... clay. It was just like one of the houses from grand designs, we were all fascinated by it! On New Year's Eve I went to ocean beach with Martin and Breda while Katie and Nav went for a bike ride. We drove past so many immaculate vineyards and wineries on the way there. We spent a couple of hours sun bathing on the beach, then had a late lunch before meeting with Katie and Nav again. In the evening we met with Martin's friend (Phil) again on his Waka (a Maori 2 hulled boat ...

On the beach

A travel blog entry by shobden on Dec 04, 2013

5 photos

We left the park by mid-morning and were immediately faced with a steady uphill and twisty climb to the head of the valley and an equally twisting descent before embarking on a long almost tedious drive towards Hastings. There was nothing of great interest, no big mountains or lakes, turquoise streams or waterfalls, colourful flowers ...


A travel blog entry by kangarog on Nov 04, 2013

38 photos

... and the place had a very European/Mediterranean feel about it. We did some food shopping at a New World in one of Napier's dodgy feeling suburbs and then went to find the city centre. We parked up on Marine Parade by the sea front, had some lunch, and then went to explore. It felt like Llandudno on a very large acid trip! The beach was most strange. It was covered in dark grey pebbles that looked like they had been artificially dumped there. ...

Traveler Photos The Farm At Cape Kidnappers Te Awanga

View of Hawkes Bay north island
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The lodge at Cape Kidnappers
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View from 16th hole
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18th hole
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Doug putting
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Cape Kidnappers
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View from room with golf course and ocean
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Cliffs on 16th hole
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Pacific Ocean, Hawkes Bay
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