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Peppers Awaroa Lodge
In het noorden van het Abel Tasman National Park ligt deze sfeervolle lodge, die ideaal is als uitvalsbasis om het nationale park te verkennen. Vanuit de lodge kunt u de wandeling over de bekende Abel Tasman Coastal Track starten.
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Verscholen tussen bomen en midden in het Abel Tasman National Park ligt de gezellige Awaroa Lodge. Perfect gelegen wanneer u een gedeelte van de 'Abel Tasman Coastal Track' wilt afleggen. Dit is een schitterende wandeling langs de kustlijn van het azuurblauwe water, door het regenwoud en langs afgelegen baaien met goudgeel zand. Laat u verrassen door de wonderschone natuur van deze regio vanuit een kajak of tijdens een wandeling. De lodge beschikt over een uitstekend restaurant met een uitgebreide lokale wijnkelder. Awaroa Cafe is dagelijks geopend voor ontbijt, lunch en diner met een heerlijk buitenterras. Alle kamers zijn smaakvol ingericht en bieden u een goede rustplek om bij te komen van alle opgedane indrukken.
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: Koelkastje, koffie- en theezetfaciliteiten, compleet ingerichte badkamer met föhn en terras.
Zoals Standard, ruimer en met uitzicht op bos- of moerasgebied.
Gelegen in het noorden van het Abel Tasman National Park.
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Abel Tasman ligt in het noordwesten van het Zuidereiland. Het is een bijzonder nationaal park waar witte stranden in sterk contrast staan met de blauwe zee en het groene regenwoud.
"Little haven in amongst the wild"
We spent our first night in Abel Tasman at Awaroa Lodge to get a good night sleep before a few days walking, the shuttle bus brought us to the beach where our bags were collected and taken to our room. There were 4 of us and we were in a family room which was one of the cabin style accommodations, super cute and quaint. We had a lovely dinner from the restaurant which was humming and there was a wedding party taking place outside, there was a lovely buzz in the restaurant. The coffee (I had two) and cabinet selection were both good at breakfast, my friend who had the buffet brekkie said it was worth the splurge. The lodge is set back from the famous New Zealand bought inlet beach, which was great to stroll along as sun was setting, being surrounded by nature was a welcome treat especially on a break away from the city.
"Great stay but needs more attention to detail"
We had a great stay here and we're not disappointed by the location. Staff were amazing. We dined in the restaurant both nights of our stay and enjoyed beautiful food, well presented and good value. However the hotel promotes garden to the plate with food straight from their organic garden but when we asked to see the garden we were directed to a very empty and run down veggie plot that looked like it hadn't produced a veggie in a long time. We stayed at the beginning of the season so all winter had been available to clean up - the conservatory restaurant windows were full of winter debris, bits of paper and dirt- not very nice to look at and not very 5 star. The room was nice and well laid out but could do with higher quality mattresses. Sounds like a lot of moans but we did have a good stay and the staff were great.
We came across this beautiful place rather by chance. It was exactly what we were looking for. Away from the hustle and bustle and out of reach to anyone concerned . Staff were attentive and very friendly and were genuinely interested, food was delicious and room and amenities were very good
The food was average fare, expensive but understandable considering the isolation of the Lodge. I had the same dish two nights in a row which showed up inconsistencies in preparation and presentation. The same was noted in the poached eggs at break fast. Beds were fantastically comfortable. Staff friendly and very willing to do what ever was asked of them. Guest lounge was comfortable, more like someone's home and the M'D was willing to referee "Scrabble" disputes !
"Lovely remote location"
The arrival at Peppers was lovely, via the Sea Shuttle from Kaiteriteri - like a golden paradise setting. Our bags were taken up to the hotel from the ferry on a quad bike and trailer while we walked along the beautiful beach. The room was large and we had a balcony overlooking the wilderness pond/bush with croaking frogs etc. It was nearly the end of the season and the breakfast buffet needed a bit of attention at times. The restaurant evening meals in the evening were lovely - delicious. We walked a lot along the Abel Tasman path, around the inner estuary and watched the sunset over the beach. Fabulous for shells if you like collecting! We walked "there and back" on the path but wish someone had told us that there was a pass for the ferry for a week so that we could have walked further and got the water taxi/ferry back. The walls of the room were a little thin - each room is like a huge tin cabin reached by wood deck walks. We went on a kayak trip for a day and it was fantastic - organised from Kaiteriteri - thoroughly recommend.
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