Auckland is New Zealand's largest city so you can expect all the assets of a modern city, but be surprised by the scope for adventure. Auckland homestays provide warm, friendly accommodation in an unique environment. Relax with your Kiwi hosts at your Auckland homestay and explore our Kiwi culture, cuisine, heritage and language.
Mobile-friendly - Large modern brick home with doors opening out to spa pool and large decks. Surrounded by large picturesque garden of roses, shrubs and trees. Three guest bedrooms, nicely furnished and decorated. Self-contained one-bedroom unit also available. Delicious home cooked meals. Warm, friendly New Zealand hospitality in relaxed atmosphere. Suitable for family groups, with variety of farm animals.
Mobile-friendly - Warm, affordable accommodation with excellent facilities. Easy and regular ferry access to downtown Auckland. Waterfront home with splendid harbour views. Short walk to Devonport's historic main street with its restaurants and cafes. Our new but traditionally styled smoke-free home blends into the historic streetscape. Appealing breakfast options.
Mobile-friendly - Re-opened December 2011, the Ponsonby Manor is a gracious Victorian mansion that’s been completely restored to its former grandeur. Set in the heart of cosmopolitan Ponsonby, the soul of Auckland city, this iconic building is a part of New Zealand’s early settler history. It’s a peaceful retreat from the bustle of Ponsonby road with stunning views of harbour and city.
Radcliffe Cottage is a well appointed three bedroom, self-catering holiday home on our 1500 acre working dairy farm. Relax on the deck while enjoying the tranquillity of rural farmstay accommodation. Guests can visit the milking shed and participate in calf feeding (July - October). Close to many beautiful local attractions, and suitable for up to 6 people.
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