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New Zealand Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay and Eat


 

New Zealand Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay and Eat

The Boot Bed and Breakfast in New Zealand

The Boot Bed and Breakfast in New Zealand
The Boot is a unique luxury retreat offering peace and privacy for couples on holiday or for romantic weekends and special occasions. Located in the heart of the Ruby Coast ideally situated for exploring the Abel Tasmen and Nelson region. Nestled within a grove of hazelnut trees, The Boot opens onto a private courtyard surrounded by a fragrant garden. Relax on sunny afternoons and spend lazy evenings dining alfresco beside the outdoor fire. The perfect environment to unwind and enjoy each others company. Inside, luxuriate in the comfort of the couch in front of the open fire, or enjoy an early night in the intimacy of the upstairs bedroom. In the morning your choice of breakfast will be delivered to the door. Our relaxing, quiet bed and breakfast adopts sustainable practices without deterring from the luxury experience. 
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New Zealand Treehouses

Hapuku Lodge and Treehouses
Hapuku Lodge and Treehouses are proof you can surround yourself with breathtaking luxury and still have a positive impact on the environment. Built by a family of architects in 1995, this eco-friendly dwelling is hugged by the Kaikoura Seaward Mountain Range on one side and offers amazing views of beautiful Mangamaunu Bay on the other. The treehouses are a unique New Zealand accommodation, nested 30 feet above the ground in the canopy of a native Manuka grove, each treehouse has spectacular views of Kaikoura's dramatic mountains and surf-washed Pacific coastline. As with the Lodge, the Tree Houses are meant to be a contemporary complement to the natural environment. Their exteriors are clad in native woods and copper shingles.  Complete Story and Photos

 

Woodlyn Park and the Hobbit Motel

Hobbit Motel at Woodlyn Park - New Zealand
From the humble beginnings of a working farm, to adding a Restaurant/Bar and unique stage arena for Billy Blacks Kiwi Culture Show, this complex is now drawing people from all corners of the world to veiw or partipate in the truley unique New Zealand experience.
The Hobbits, like the other motels available at Woodlyn Park, are all self-contained with kitchens and own shower toilet facilities can accommodate up to 6 people in each unit. Each have specially designed furniture and decor and having been built using polystyrene blocks this has given them added warmth in the winter and cooling affect in summer. The 2 units available each have a separate room with two sets of bunks and a double bed in the main living area.  Complete Story and Photos

   

1943 DC3 Airplane McDonalds

1943 DC3 Airplane McDonalds
The owners of McDonald's Taupo are soaring on the news that their business has topped the list of the world's coolest top 10 McDonald's, sneaking in ahead of locations like Rome, Tokyo and New York. Foodie website The Daily Meal said: ''Taupo, New Zealand, has the honor of being home to the only McDonald's location that includes a decommissioned DC3 plane as part of the store. There are seats inside the plane for your dining enjoyment, and you can view the cockpit as well! Maybe they hand out wings to first-time customers.''The plane, a Douglas DC3 aircraft, was built in 1943 and was one of three used by South Pacific Airlines of New Zealand from 1961 to 1966. In 1971 it was renamed Whio and used by Fieldair Holdings as a top-dressing plane, before being decommissioned in 1984. Complete Story and Photos

   

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Redwoods Treehouse Restaurant
Fine dining, corporate entertaining or simply a private party, this is one of the most striking, memorable and exclusive venues in all of New Zealand. A unique retreat just 45 minutes north of Auckland, the beautiful Redwoods Treehouse is the ideal venue to impress. The Redwoods Treehouse was commissioned as part of a marketing campaign by Yellow in 2008. The result is a striking pod-shaped structure built ten meters high in a Redwood tree near Warkworth, north of Auckland. Access to the Treehouse is provided by an elevated tree - top walkway which was built using Redwood milled on site. When the campaign was complete the ownership passed to the landowner. The Experience Group has secured the exclusive rights to manage this popular structure.   Complete Story and Photos

   











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