New Zealand luxury lodges offer unparalleled experiences, from stunning locations and activities to world-class cuisine and warm authentic hospitality. Experience true indulgence like never before at one of these lodges today.
New Zealand boasts some of the finest lodges, from beachfront or ocean edge to remote alpine estates set among lush native bush and heritage gardens. Some are conveniently situated near adventure destinations like Queenstown or Fiordland while others are hidden away in idyllic rural settings.
Woodhouse Mountain Lodge
Woodhouse Mountain Lodge is an idyllic destination on New Zealand’s Matakana Coast. Soaring high above its surrounding land, it offers contemporary villa accommodations amidst idyllic grounds.
Each villa exudes luxury and tranquility. Each one boasts an exquisite bathroom with a spa bath for two, comfortable lounge and study areas, mini-bar and Nespresso machine, gas fire place, outdoor seating area and quality bedding to guarantee a deep and restful night’s sleep.
Woodhouse Mountain Lodge offers guests a range of facilities throughout the day, such as an outdoor pool, sauna, cocktail bar and lounge. Plus for fitness buffs there’s even a gym available to keep up their workout regimen!
At this hotel, guests are sure to experience the warm and welcoming service. Each of its 18 spacious rooms includes a room safe, hospitality tray and tea/coffee-making facilities; plus complimentary Wi-Fi and freshly laundered towels are provided. A discerning lounge bar serves drinks and snacks throughout the day; while an elegant restaurant provides delectable cuisine from an exciting menu.
Blanket Bay Lodge, set amidst the rugged snow-capped peaks of New Zealand’s Southern Alps on Lake Wakatipu, is one of New Zealand’s finest Lodges. Here you will find an abundance of opportunities to restore both physical and spiritual wellbeing.
Experience an extraordinary corner of the world on foot or by bike – from hiking on Routeburn or Milford Tracks, fly-fishing, heli-skiing, jet boating and kayaking; 4WD tours; horse riding; art trails and vineyards; as well as breathtaking flight-seeing over World Heritage Fiordland National Park and Milford Sound.
At Blanket Bay Lodge, accommodation is offered in five cozy Lodge Rooms, three luxurious Lodge Suites in the main lodge and four elegant Chalet Suites all filled with sumptuous furnishings and beautiful rugs. Natural materials are showcased throughout to reflect the Lodge’s relationship with its environment; all rooms have been thoughtfully designed to take full advantage of stunning Lake Wakatipu and mountain vistas.
The Farm at Cape Kidnappers is a luxurious lodge located in New Zealand that combines an expansive sheep and cattle farm with stunning Pacific Ocean views, an indulgent golf course, and pampering spa treatments. Each cottage suite boasts farmstay decor, spacious bedrooms and private balconies for ultimate relaxation.
The farm is also an ideal tour destination, offering guided hikes through an old creek bed and across vast farmland before reaching historic Rangaika Beach. Additionally, the hotel boasts its own vegetable garden which supplies many ingredients for the meals served at the resort.
From aerial shots, it may appear as though these fingers of land are bluffs with steep faces that plunge into the sea. But upon closer inspection, these courses offer much more than that – their cliffs aren’t nearly so steep and there’s plenty of room to hit your ball on each fairway.
In today’s fast-paced world, The Lindis offers the ideal retreat to relax in nature and savor modern luxury. Situated in the beautiful Ahuriri Valley with views that include snowcapped mountains, tussock lands and beech forests, it provides guests with an idyllic escape.
It has been designed with the ultimate luxury in mind – to allow guests to savor the serenity of nature in modern luxury while experiencing New Zealand’s legendary hospitality. Accommodation consists of 2 master suites and 3 lodge suites, all offering private indoor/outdoor lounge spaces, king beds, gas fireplaces and ensuites.
Explore the surrounding landscape through horse trekking, cycling and thrilling 4WD excursions during the day. In the evenings, fly fish one of New Zealand’s premier trout streams or enjoy stargazing without light pollution (the Ahuriri Valley is an International Dark Sky Reserve).