190 Kerikeri Road , Northland
Tel: (0)9 4078933
Environment Friendly ActionWe conserve heat We conserve water We recycle where possible We compost food waste We use sustainable toilet/grey water waste disposal We use bio-degradable cleaning agents We use reclaimed or low embodied energy building materials We use renewable natural furnishings We instruct staff in green practices We include green room info packs We mention green/eco issues on our website We conserve/care for wildlife in our area/ natural pest eradication We participate in community environmental initiatives
Other Environment Friendly InitiativesWe work with Great Sights on the Kerikeri Eco tour. We teach nontoxic printmaking courses onsite.
Dietary Selections: We offerVegan Vegetarian Organic Food Locally sourced food Home-grown spray-free produce
Organic MealsOur onsite restaurant offers a selection of meals. The general menu is listed on our website with a changing blackboard menu daily. Please contact if you have special dietary needs for options
Facilities1 bedroom self contained cottages. Superking or long twin single beds. Slat sofa bed in living room. Kitchenette. All crockery, linen,etc included. Laudry facilitys available. Free broadband connection. Free View TV. Private Deck overlooking the gardens. Restaurant.
Total Capacity2-4 per cottage
ElectronicsPhone & Broadband
ActivitiesArt Gallery of Internationally acclaimed artists, focusing on printmaking but also exceptional examples in other media. Non toxic printmaking run by on-site professional Mark Graver. Subtropical garden tours around the "Garden of Significance" with plant guru Robin Booth. Wharepuke is part of the Fullers Great Sights Eco tour which includes Living Nature cosmetics, and Ake Ake vineyard. River walks following the Kerikeri river through native bush and onto a Maori Pa site are 5. min. walk away.
Tariff IncludesAccommodation- small charge for internet access and laundry facilitys
DirectionsKerikeri is 3 1/2 hour drive from Auckland airport or 7mins. from the BOI airport. From SH10 turn into Kerikeri road. Drive through Keirkeri township following "Historical Sites" sign around the one way system. Wharepuke is 1km from the centre of town at 190 Kerikeri road. Go straight over two round-abouts and start going down the Stone Store hill. There is a 50km road sign on the right. We are on the left almost opposite it. There is a sign saying "Wharepuke" The cottages cannot be seen from the road. Come down into the little valley where we have our restaurant. If no one seems to be around ring the intercom on the outside of the building.