We stayed three nights in one of the chalets. The drive into the Lodge (off Eames Cresent) follows a winding gravel road (400m) that took us into the grounds on the banks of Te Mata Creek...the setting in just breathtaking...hosts Warwick and Kathryn Reed are lovely people, with extensive knowledge of the Coromandel Peninsula...and have added that personal touch that made our stay enjoyable. The chalet was spotless and its location, with views of the surrounding forest, and valley, had us believing that we were in a treehouse. Comfortable beds made for restful nights, and the locale made for restful days. The Lodge is surrounding by pristine trails for those who enjoy a good hike. The Coromandel needs a good week just to scratch its surface, and I can't think of a better base to explore it from than the Te Mata Lodge. Many thanks to the Reeds for our stay.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Located in an idyllic valley, bordered by bush and stream, minutes from the coast. Quality reasonably priced accommodation - cabins, cottages and chalets. Quiet and peaceful, no road noise. Swimming, gold panning, rock/gemstone collecting, bush walks, kayaking, glow worm grotto - all free to guests. Friendly owners who are happy to help with trip planning. ... more less
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