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The Mint

Delightful dining in the historic bank in Kaikohe.

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Admirals View Lodge

Admirals View Lodge & Motel offers a range of quality self-contained accommodation in Paihia, Bay of Islands

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Ranui Passenger and Cycle Transport

It is more than just a boat ride – the skippers tell you the most amazing stories and bring the Harbour to life!  The scenery is amazing!  And the trip becomes a memorable part of your time on the cycle trail!

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The Northland Firehouse Museum, Kaikohe

A great collection of old & modern fire memorabilia. Full size fire engine collection and more!

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The House Over the Water

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.

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Te Waimate Mission

New Zealand’s second oldest building, the Te Waimate Mission preserves missionary, farming and architectural history, as well as stories of important early encounters between Maori and Europeans. Through its history, the property has been host to Charles Darwin, was the location of the Second signing of the Treaty of Waitangi, and was occupied by hundreds of British soldiers during the Northern Land Wars.

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Clendon House

Clendon House was once home to James Reddy Clendon, a ship owner and trader who was in the thick of the earliest Maori and Pakeha interactions. James was a witness to the New Zealand Declaration of Independence, the Treaty of Waitangi, and was the first United States Consul. When he died, his wife Jane was left with little money and huge debts and you can follow her storey at Clendon house as she worked to save the house, pay off her debts and educate her children.

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Twin Coast Adventures

Located in central Kaikohe, motel accommodation, bike hire and shuttles. Base yourself in the centre of the trail.

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Mulga Bill’s Stopover

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!

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Swiss Chalet Lodge Motel

Lovely Motel with self-contained accommodation to suit singles, couples and also larger groups. We have Studios, Family Apartments and a 3 Bedroom apartment. Safe undercover parking.

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Charlottes Kitchen

Charlottes Kitchen established in 2015 is relatively new to the dining scene in Paihia and brings a fresh approach to dining – with a killer view right at the end of the Wharf in Paihia, Bay of Islands!

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The Duke Marlborough Hotel

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.

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COVID-19 Closure

two sections of the cycle trail will be closed whilst we are in Lockdown Level 4.  They are:

  • Bottom of the 1.6km Zig-zag in Utakura through to Horeke; and
  • Eastern side of SH15 crossing (near Kaikohe Aerodrome) through to Lucas Road, Moerewa.  

Bioloo toilets across the cycle trail network will also be closed and signs will be installed at key locations across the network.

If you are out on the cycle trail please maintain social distancing of 2m, and wear a mask.