The Duke of Marlborough Hotel has a history dating back to 1827 starting its life as an unlicensed grog shop. Located on the Russell Waterfront has quality accommodation, an award winning restaurant and amazing sunsets.
A renovated, 4 bedroom villa that was built on the beach, just alongside the pub at Horeke, in 1923. All four double bedrooms have their own tiled ensuites. There is a large lounge – dining – kitchen area opening onto a large deck.
Mulga Bills Stopover can accommodate up to 5 persons. Access to Mulga Bill’s from the cycle trail is a short 1.6 km ride along Ngapuhi Rd from where the road intersects the trail. On arrival you are welcome to use the main house swimming pool to cool off and refresh!
On our tranquil farm we offer visitors a chance to explore the unique environment of the Wairere boulders; a world unique geological phenomenon. Well marked walking trails take you through the boulder valley and native bush. The trails follow bridges, boardwalks and stairs, under and over the boulders and take from 40 minutes to 2 hours.
“Beautiful birds in the Bay of Islands. Not only a beautiful campsite with lovely facilities, but as a bird sanctuary guests have the chance to see native New Zealand birds right next to their tents! We had a family of weka and piwakawaka with us our whole stay. 10/10 would recommend – a real treasure!!” Beckie March 21