Auckland’s Own Nantucket

“Once a hippie haven where forested blocks sold for a few quid, Waiheke is today dotted with multi-million-dollar holiday homes and slick cellar doors (although it remains a firm favourite with artistic types),” The Australian’s Christine McCabe writes. “Tatler magazine dubbed it the Nantucket of New Zealand and, under owner-manager Jonathan Scott’s careful eye, The Boatshed boutique hotel, perched on a precipitous street above Little Oneroa Beach, is somewhere Ralph Lauren would feel right at home.”


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The New York Times Sends the World to Northland

The New York Times Sends the World to Northland

In Northland, “cultural lessons await, as do hot springs where visitors can recharge body and soul,” according to Daniel Scheffler writing for The New York Times. The region is included in…