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New Zealand’s largest city offers a lot more than just the shopaholics’ paradise and “spoilt for choice” range of restaurants, theatres, museums and attractions that are immediately obvious and, of course, are all there to be enjoyed.
Today known as "The City of Sails" it lays a sound claim to being the boating capital of New Zealand. There are a myriad of harbour cruise options available and one is never far from the beach.
The greater Auckland region was also the original birthplace of the New Zealand wine industry, with notable wines produced in the west, particularly around Henderson, to the north around Matakana and on Waiheke Island.
Waitakere and West
Prices from $240 to $745
4 rooms accommodating up to 8 guests
Riverhead/Coatesville. Close to Kumeu and Albany.
We have four double/twin luxury bedrooms each with ensuite bathrooms, A-rated kitchen and two guest lounges. Close to great restaurants - Hallertau, The Tasting Shed and The Riverhead to name a few. 25 mins to Auckland CBD, 15 mins to Albany and Westgate, and 5 minutes from Kumeu wine district.
Phone: 09 412 5275
Mobile (and SMS): 021 111 6686
Address: 11A Beacon Road, Coatesville
Prices from $799 to $1199
6 rooms accommodating up to 12 guests
10 mins to Pukekohe, 30 mins to Auckland Airport, 40 mins to Auckland CBD
Beautiful and peaceful farmstay in Bombay, only 10 minutes from Pukekohe and 30 minutes from Auckland Airport. Offering space for up to 15 people in 6 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Spa pool, wifi and free parking included.
Phone: +64 (0) 22 312 1462
Address: 180 Mill Road, Bombay, Auckland
Are you looking for Auckland accommodation?
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