New Zealand “Brimming With Unique Accommodation Options”
“From eco-friendly glass pods to gravity-defying treehouses, New Zealand is brimming with unique accommodation options for clients to bed down in, writes Abra Dunsby in an article for travel trade newspaper TTG.
The Boot, Nelson
If you’ve booked The Boot (pictured), “a cute one-bedroom cottage located just outside Nelson on South Island”, you will feel like you’ve “stepped into a fantasy world” with a stay at The Boot, writes Dunsby.
Those who are “looking for an off-the-grid experience can snuggle down in an all-glass PurePod.” In total there are six PurePods, which are “scattered across remote, scenic locations on South Island.” The pods have no televisions or Wi-Fi and “run on solar power and use filtered rainwater.”
Hapuku Lodge, Kaikoura
“Perched high above the treetops Hapuku Lodge offers bird’s-eye views of the Kailkoura Seaward mountain range and the Pacific Ocean,” writes Dunsby. Visitors can “choose from three one-bedroom treehouses or two family treehouses, each with a private hot tub, balcony and fireplace.”
Clifton Glamping, Te Awanga
“Clifton Glamping’s luxury tents look out across the Maraetotara river and countryside, with the beach town of Te Awanga a five-minute drive away”. “Each African-style safari tent features a semi-outdoor kitchen and a large outdoor deck, plus an outdoor shower and bathtub with excellent views of Clifton.”
The Lindis, Ahuriri Valley
Perfect for wilderness lovers “the Lindis sits on South Island’s Ahuriri Valley, surrounded by 6,000 acres of wilderness and three conservation parks,” writes Dunsby.
Article Source: TTG, Abra Dunsby, December 6, 2018
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