Hapuku Lodge

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Where  Kaikoura, on the South Island. Kaikoura in Maori means "kai" - to eat, and "koura" - crayfish. This region of the South Island is rich in marine wildlife.

What  Unique is the only word to describe Hapuku Lodge. The accommodation has luxuries such as spa baths and fireplaces, and is a truly brilliant place to stay.

The tree houses stand 30ft above the ground in a native Manuka grove, with wonderful views of Kaikoura's mountains and coastline. With the main lodge boasting these views, the Olive House Suite also enjoys 360 degree panoramic views.

Who Tony Wilson owns Hapuku Lodge and architecture is in his blood, with his niece recently making it 5 generations of Wilson architects. This is no surprise, given the remarkable Lodge.

Why  Hapuku is somewhere you simply have to experience, and combining this with Kaikoura, it really is a memorable stay.

Stunning mountain backdrop

Stunning mountain backdrop

One of the treehouses, 30ft above the ground

One of the treehouses, 30ft above the ground

The cosy treehouses have a wood-burning fireplace

The cosy treehouses have a wood-burning fireplace

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