Relaxing, tranquil surroundings...

The Island guest house is set in the very private and beautiful Hekerua Valley. A three minute walk takes you down through the native forest to Hekerua Bay, and a walk around the headland to Sandy Bay will give you stunning views of coastal Waiheke, over to the Peninsula Vineyard and beyond to the outer Gulf islands.

Plenty of things to see and do...

Waiheke Island offers a wide variety of options for sightseeing and activities including:

    Wine tours and tastings:
Tour one or all five of the Waiheke Island vineyards. Why not have lunch over a glass of wine at one of the vineyard cafés or restaurants?
    Eating out:
From specialist restaurants such as the Mudbrick Vineyard and Restaurant to local cafés, there is something to suit every taste.
    Boat charters and fishing:
Charter a boat to go fishing or spend a lazy day cruising the island. Talk to us about chartering the beautiful designer launch MV "Kawe" purpose built 11.7 meters of classic comfort and elegance. A Macintosh Hill 40 design.
    Biking, kayaking and horse riding:
Tour the island on horseback or hire a mountain bike and travel at your own pace. For a different view of the island why not take a tour by kayak and view the island from the sea
    Walks:
Take a coastal walk close to the Guest house, for the more adventurous, hire a rental car,take lunch and a map and make your own way around the Island. Visit Stony Batter (an old army installation) and tour the underground tunnels, be sure to take a torch! Alternatively just enjoy the fantastic views as you explore the island.
    Local Colour:
Experience the Saturday morning market, a colourful collection of stalls selling local crafts and produce, or visit one of the many artists studios on the island.

 

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