Hawkes Bay Luxury Holiday Houses, Villas and Apartments

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Amazing Accom Staff Travel Guide – Hawke’s Bay

Hawkes Bay, New Zealand 

Warm, dry weather make Hawke’s Bay one of New Zealand’s leading wine regions and the first stop on the Classic New Zealand Wine Trail. With an obsession for food, wine and architecture and with a variety of stunning landscapes Hawke’s Bay is the perfect place to relax and unwind with a group of friends.

How to get to Hawke’s Bay? 

There are daily flights into Hawke’s Bay from Wellington, Auckland and Christchurch with Air New Zealand.

Top recommended activities in and around Hawkes Bay

Being a leading wine region, no visit to Hawke’s Bay is complete without visiting one of the many wineries for a tour, a tasting and a fantastic meal! Mission Estate is New Zealand’s oldest winery and should not be missed.

Black Barn Vineyards is another winery worth visiting, not only do they have a fantastic bistro but a gallery, Saturday farmers markets and an amphitheatre that offers live music over the summer months.

For a unique way to see Hawke’s Bay hop on a bike and visit several of the wineries on a self guided tour. There are a number of companies hiring bikes, some even offering guided tours around the wineries and the Bay.

Napier, the Art Deco capital of New Zealand is a fantastic town to wander around. With many boutique stores and galleries as well as a great promenade, spend a day wandering taking in the art deco architecture, eating and shopping!

Cape Kidnappers is home to the world’s largest gannet colony and also a world-class golf course. The course is simply spectacular set 140 metres above sea level it is ranked in the top 50 golf courses in the world.

If you’re in Hawke’s Bay with the family or enjoy getting wet, head to Splash Planet. The water-based theme park features slide, pools and rides for all ages.

Offering more than beautiful vineyards the beaches of Hawke’s Bay are well worth a visit. Waimarama Beach is popular for its long stretch of sand and waves, making it the perfect place to relax in the sun and if you are a surfer catch a wave.

Most popular holiday houses in Hawkes Bay

Gone with the Wind - A spectacular luxury Hawkes’s bay holiday home situated on ¾ acres in a semi rural location of Clive.

Tuki Tuki House - Set in an olive grove on sun baked hills, high above the Hawke’s Bay wine country.

Hidden Valley House - With panoramic vineyard views and a swimming pool this is a stylish Hawkes Bay home

Blue Seas Villa - Leave the hustle and bustle of everyday life and retreat in your own villa in Napier.

Architectural Cottage - With exceptional amenities and stunning views from all rooms perfect for those seeking luxury and intimacy.

Best places to eat in Hawkes Bay

Hawke’s Bay is a food lovers paradise, with numerous stunning wineries, cafes and cutting edge restaurants. Amazing Accom’s favourites are;

The Old Church Restaurant, East Pier Bar & Brasserie, Elephant Hill Estate, Black Barn Vineyards, Mission Estate Winery, Terroir Restaurant, Pipi Cafe, Mamasita, Bellatino’s Food Market, The Peak & Estuary’s Restaurant.

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