Coromandel Luxury Holiday Houses, Villas and Apartments

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Amazing Accom Staff Travel Guide – Coromandel

Coromandel, New Zealand 

Some of New Zealands best beaches can be found in The Coromandel, remote bays featuring white sand and warm turquoise waters take centre stage. Native New Zealand bush blankets the region, making the Coromandel natures playground.

How to get to Coromandel?

International flights operate daily into Auckland from there, Sunair fly direct to the Coromandel daily for $300NZD return. Other options include renting a car to take the 1.5 hour drive, or for a scenic option and something a bit different there is a ferry from Auckland to the Coromandel operating daily.

Top recommended activities in and around Coromandel

There are a number of beaches in the region not to be missed. Hot Water Beach is a unique kiwi experience, dig a hole in the sand and create your own natural spa pool with the hot bubbling water to relax in!

Cathedral Cove is an iconic New Zealand beach accessed only by foot, kayak or by boat. This stunning beach offers a pristine coastline, clear blue waters and intricate caves.

Continually topping lists of the worlds best beaches, New Chums Beach is a hidden paradise. The protected beach is accessed only by foot and is quiet, clean and unforgettable.

The clear blue waters of the Coromandel offer opportunity for divers to explore the underwater world, tours operate for beginners costing $190 for half a day.

Spend a day on the water, there are many different options to spend the day out at sea in the Coromandel. Whether you’re into fishing, kayaking, or simply relaxing with a glass of wine on a glass bottomed boat, a day on the water is a must when visiting the Coromandel.

Take advantage of the fantastic surf in the region and catch a wave. Sunshine Surf Coaching offers lessons for those wanting to learn.

Native New Zealand rainforest surrounds the Coromandel, meaning there is ample opportunity to explore. Ferry Landing to Shakespeare Cliff via the Maramaratotara Track is a popular walk with fantastic views and a picnic spot.

Most popular holiday houses in Coromandel

Hot Water Beach House - Situated near Hot Water Beach, the lodge personifies harmony and elegance

A little piece of Heaven - Featured in NZ House and Garden magazine with a solar heated swimming pool and right on the water

Lakes Edge - Sunny new house on the lakes edge 500 metres from the most beautiful beach on the Coromandel Peninsula

Villa Giorgio - Tuscan style luxury accommodation nestled amongst native bush high above Whitianga

Peninsula Waterfront Retreat - Set in 1.5 acres of tropical gardens with a swimming pool and tennis court ideal for larger groups.

Whitianga Luxury - Modern with private heated swimming pool perched on the canals. The perfect place to relax.

Best places to eat in Coromandel

Focusing on fresh local produce, seafood and quintessential Kiwi flavors the Coromandel offers a wide variety of bars, cafes and restaurants with something on offer for everyone! Amazing Accom’s top picks are; Green Snapper Cafe, Salt Restaurant & Bar, Mercury Bay Estate, Pepper Tree Restaurant & Bar, Lost spring Cafe, Like’s Kitchen, Hot Water Brewing Co., Hot Waves Cafe, The Coromandel Oyster Company, Colenso Cafe & Bistro at The Falls Retreat.

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From $474 per night (4 nights minimum)

Matarangi Beachfront
Matarangi,

Sleeps 10, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

From $463 per night (2 nights minimum)
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Villa Toscana
Whitianga,

Sleeps 4, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom

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