Bay of Islands Vacation Homes, New Zealand
+64 9 403 7188
+64 274 416 378
Address:PO Box 92
Bay of Islands Holiday Accommodation Introduction
Bay of Islands Holiday Accommodation offers Bay of Islands vacation homes in one of New Zealand's most picturesque destinations.
Our vacation rentals in the Bay of Islands continue to attract visitors from all over the world and the Bay of Islands has something for everyone, the active, adventurous and for those simply wishing to relax and unwind on their holiday.
The Bay of Islands boasts 144 islands and many secluded bays it is one of the finest maritime parks in New Zealand. There is an abundance of marine life, including whales, penguins, dolphins, gannets the famous blue and black marlin.
The bay offers many activities to choose from; sailing, diving, hiking, beaches, dolphin excursions, golf, big game fishing charters, light tackle fishing charters, fine harvested local food, wine, arts and crafts, Cape Reinga, Ninety Mile Beach and cruising to the Hole in the Rock.
Our Bay of Islands Vacation Homes
Bay of Islands Holiday Accommodation offers a full selection of accommodation styles that will suite most people. Beach houses, villas, apartments, baches and cottages.
We cater for couples, family groups, corporate groups and singles. We manage all aspects of your stay with the property owner for a smooth, enjoyable and stress free experience.
Our Bay of Islands vacation homes are equipped with self-catering kitchens. Some of our holiday homes offer full servicing, daily or weekly (at an additional charge), laundry facilities, gas barbecues for that traditional kiwi event, linen, BYO linen or hire linen if required.
A few of the holiday homes cater for children's special requirements of highchairs and travel cots. Most holiday homes have wonderful views and are generally in quiet peaceful locations.
Please feel free to explore our property page as it details all of our holiday homes, now get ready to be impressed.
On your arrival you will notice how relaxed the Russell atmosphere is, this dates back to days gone by, such an easy place to immediately slip into 'holiday mode'.
Russell has some of the best restaurants and cafes in the bay, excellent tourist shops and many activities to keep the body, mind and soul satisfied. Visit the Russell Museum, Pompallier House, Flagstaff Lookout and Christ Church (the oldest church in New Zealand).
The Bay of Islands has something for everyone, the active, adventurous and for those simply wishing relax and unwind.
- Heritage trails
- Tour historic Russell
- Coastal and bush walks
- Flagstaff hill walk
- Bay of Islands sea and island excursions
- Big game fishing charters
- Sailing charters
- Dolphin encounters
- Sub-sea adventures
- Cafes and licensed restaurants
- Safe swimming beaches
- Historic Pompallier house and garden
- Russell Museum
- Four ferry's operate every 15 minutes between Russell and Paihia
- Waitangi Treaty House and grounds
- Cape Reinga
- Cape Brett
- Omata Estate Vineyard and Restaurant
- Waitangi, Kerikeri and Kauri Cliffs Golf Course
Paihia is located just across the bay via a short passenger ferry ride, or 20 minutes by car ferry. There is an abundance of things to do morning or afternoon. Visit the local souvenir shops, restaurants and cafes.
As the "Birthplace of the Nation", The Waitangi Treaty Grounds is New Zealand's most historic site, it is where the Treaty of Waitangi was signed between Maori Chiefs and the British Crown on February 6th, 1840. Spend the morning visiting the historic Treaty House or admiring one of the world's largest ceremonial waka (canoe).
Kerikeri is the arts and craft area of the Bay of Islands with an abundance of shopping, orchards, vineyards, and restaurants. It was recently voted the best small town in New Zealand.
Northland is home to six vineyards, all of which offer tasting's and sales. Experience New Zealand's finest wine and discover the region's specialties.