Chilling out on North Island

sleep August 30, 2018 15:30

By The Nation

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A stone’s throw from the Natural Heritage and Wilderness areas, Treetops Lodge & Estate is a gateway to New Zealand’s North Island with striking views of hot springs, rivers, lakes and waterfalls.



Surrounded by virgin jungles and plenty of hiking trails, guests can experience the spectacular views in a helicopter ride, interact with wildlife in nature sanctuaries, go horseback riding and mountain climbing and explore Maori culture and the active White Island Volcano. 

The resort offers eight villas, four chalet apartment suites, a family cottage and the Pheasant Cottage overlooking the spectacular surrounding of wildlife habitats and lakes. The villas are fitted with comfortable furnishings and period decor, designed in union with natural wood to give the villas a warm, cosy and relaxing feel. 

The rooms boast spacious bathrooms with jacuzzis, fireplaces, large beds, Wi-Fi and kitchens, with private chefs and assistants being provided to manage everything during your stay. The resort also features a library, concert hall, fitness and Kinloch Club, an 18-hole golf course designed by Jack

Those preferring to stay in the resort can relax at the exclusive Wilderness Spa and enjoy the Maori Healing Rituals and the Signature Estate Sourced Manuka Honey Body Scrub that are complemented by a full range of organic treatments from Janesce, a professional botanical skincare, based on a harmonious blend of plants and pure essentials oils.

Find out more at www.Treetops.co.nz.