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Thank you for a lovely night at Stone Store Lodge. It was so peaceful. Gemma was very hospitable and made a lovely breakfast. It felt like you were a bird up in the trees. Even the rain added to the ambience.
Our stay at the Stone Store Lodge was absolutely amazing! I got ready for my wedding day at the Lodge with my family and friends. I woke up in the morning to a breathtaking view of the forest out my window and it really calmed my nerves for the day ahead. It was the perfect backdrop for our photographer to take photos of our hair and make-up being done and putting my wedding dress on. The accommodation was clean, roomy and inviting in a spectacular natural landscape. The beds were also very comfortable. I would return to stay here anytime, I wish I had booked to stay longer!
My wife and I just loved this little place. It is within walking distance of the Famous Stone Store. There are multiple walking trails and a wonderful restaurant named the Plough and Feather just minutes away. The walking trails are great but travelers must be made aware they can be difficult due to the steep terrain in the area. We used this location for my private flying exploits. Yes there's a small airfield 10 minutes from the lodge.
This was a homely and clean B&B near a bush clad valley with a cosy ambience .Very comfortable and clean bedroom and en-suite. Great breakfast and host. Great place to relax recuperate--handy for walking and golf
Richard, our host, made us feel welcome from the time we arrived. The room was large and well-appointed, with a small private deck looking into the canopy of the trees. The Magnolia right there was in full flower and the Tuis made the most of this hopping, unafraid, through its branches. The shared, open lounge, dining and kitchen was large and very well appointed. It got all day sun and privacy from the surrounding native trees and bush. Each evening, Richard would light the fire for us. He was engaged and informative about the things to do in the Far North, but not intrusive. His accommodation was separate, so we had the place to ourselves - it was offseason. Breakfast was prepared for us by Richard. Fresh squeezed orange juice and hand made fruit salad and yoghurt, followed by a cooked breakfast. Tasty. The Far North is known for its summer, but I would recommend considering staying in the off-season too. We had the lodge to ourselves and it felt like home to snuggle in at the end of the day with a wine and a fire. This is our spot for the Far North.…