Each bedroom has its own ensuite, covered in natural tiles of porcelain and quartz, with a separate bath and shower. A window seat and French doors frame uninterrupted views of Lake Hawea. Furnishings are made from native timbers such as silverpine, matai, kauri, and totara. The walls breathe through the natural plaster of gypsum. Superking sized or king twin beds have natural sheepskin underlays, covered by 100% cotton sheets, merino wool blanket, and feather duvet. During the cooler winter months, underfloor heating warm the rooms.
A small refreshment of Antipodes sparkling water and a New Zealand made passionfruit chocolate bar sit on the desk, next to a vase of fresh flowers.
We left our television behind in the last century. You’re only connection to the technological world is via our library computer, which is on dial up – some guests bring their satellite phones. An efficient broadband system in our area is yet to be established, but we are constantly aware of updates.