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Left Bank, hotel in Kaikohe

Set in Kaikohe, 35 km from Opua Forest, Left Bank offers air-conditioned accommodation and a garden.

Keith was very helpful with everything we needed. We stayed in the cottage and it exceeded our expectations.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
159 reviews
Price from£94.21per night
Twin Coast Adventures, hotel in Kaikohe

Located in Kaikohe, 35 km from Opua Forest, Twin Coast Adventures provides accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking.

So close to all the towns and shops to walk to me and my friends found it very friendly staff welcome us well close to the Ngawha Springs pool
7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
410 reviews
Price from£82.13per night
Beluga - Self contained accomodation Kerikeri, hotel in Kaikohe

Situated in Kerikeri and only 20 km from Opua Forest, Beluga - Self contained accomodation Kerikeri features accommodation with garden views, free WiFi and free private parking.

Great spot and super comfy. Especially liked the bed and the bathroom. Hopefully the puzzle wasnt too hard to clean up, the consensus was you would be impressed.
9.7
Scored 9.7
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
42 reviews
Price from£117.40per night
A Cut Above - The Gateway to the Bay of Islands, hotel in Kaikohe

Located in Kerikeri and only 24 km from Opua Forest, A Cut Above - The Gateway to the Bay of Islands provides accommodation with inner courtyard views, free WiFi and free private parking.

The property was easy to find, very clean and stylish. The hosts were very accomodating of our change of plans. Would definitely recommend this property and look forward to returning soon.
9.7
Scored 9.7
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
99 reviews
Price from£96.62per night
Riverhead Villa, hotel in Kaikohe

Boasting a garden, shared lounge and views of sea, Riverhead Villa is set in Horeke, 47 km from Kemp House and Stone Store. This bed and breakfast offers free private parking and a shared kitchen.

Friendly hosts.
9.0
Scored 9.0
Superb
Rated superb
20 reviews
Price from£72.47per night
Bookabarn, hotel in Kaikohe

Located in Kerikeri, 8.5 km from Kemp House and Stone Store and 17 km from Haruru Falls, Bookabarn offers barbecue facilities and air conditioning.

Comfort. Location.
8.8
Scored 8.8
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
105 reviews
Price from£86.09per night
Avalon Resort, hotel in Kaikohe

Avalon, in a tranquil garden setting, offers self-catering cottages with free Wi-Fi and balconies overlooking the valley and the Puketotora River.

The peace and quiet.. So very relaxing in such a beautiful place.
8.8
Scored 8.8
Fabulous
Rated fabulous
962 reviews
Price from£60.87per night
Bay of Islands Holiday Park, hotel in Kaikohe

Situated on 3.1 hectare, of land, the picturesque Bay of Islands Holiday Park is set in Haruru in the Northland Region.

The room that we book is nice, and the beds are cozy. Maybe next time, we will book longer to see the other amenities.
7.8
Scored 7.8
Good
Rated good
516 reviews
Price from£49.26per night
Kingfisher Cottage 294e, hotel in Kaikohe

Kingfisher Cottage 294e, a property with a garden and a terrace, is set in Kerikeri, 26 km from Opua Forest, 4.7 km from Kemp House and Stone Store, as well as 21 km from Haruru Falls.

Surroundings and accommodation.
9.1
Scored 9.1
Superb
Rated superb
31 reviews
Price from£79.71per night
Kauri Park Motel, hotel in Kaikohe

Set in lush sub-tropical gardens, Kauri Park offers an outdoor pool and units with spa bath. The motel features free Wi-Fi and free private parking.

I like that they have spa baths. That's the main reason why I booked there.
9.2
Scored 9.2
Superb
Rated superb
364 reviews
Price from£95.17per night
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What guests said about Kaikohe:

  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Kaikohe is home for us.

    Kaikohe is home for us. Our whānau and friends ade there bit i prefer to have my own space to come away to after a big day with my whānau (a place to just chill and relax). Kaikohe has everything you need walking distance from laundrettes to somewhere to buy groceries. Also had some really cool places to go explore in and outside of town, Monument Hill in Kaikohe, bike trails, Ngawha Springs for a nice soak in the natural thermal pools, go for a drive to see Tane mahuta, drive to Opononi. Plenty places to explore.
    Pearl Whiu
    New Zealand
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Clean, parking, accessible and secure - people were...

    Clean, parking, accessible and secure - people were generally friendly and welcoming - its hometown and has good coffee and hot food available in the Main Street. For a town that has been bashed in the media - it still has heart and good people and opportunities - it will see brighter days again.
    Ripeka
    New Zealand
  • 4.0
    Scored 4.0

    Small town, not much scenery around nor accommodation...

    Small town, not much scenery around nor accommodation options. Bar food at a pub or McDonald’s were the only options for dinner on the Wed we stayed. A couple of nice cafes open in the morning till afternoon. Not recommended for the tourists
    Shan (Susan)
    New Zealand
  • 4.0
    Scored 4.0

    Unfortunatlery Kaikohe has fallen on hard times and whilst...

    Unfortunatlery Kaikohe has fallen on hard times and whilst there are some very good cafes open during the day, there was nothing open at night that got even close to a restaurant so dining out whilst staying in a hotel whose restaurant and bar was closed, was a problem. However the hotel is fabulous ad well worth the stay and the fact that Kaikohe is at the highest point on the Twin Coast Cycle Trail was a a real bonus so we made do and drove to Pahia which is about 25mins away for a great dining experience. It was very nice of the hotel to provide a dining area but how many takeaways do you want to eat? I hope the dining experience is improved because it is a beautifully restored buildng and very comfortable. And all credit to the owners who have tried to provide a quality facility in a town that needs tourism.
    Sue
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    The staff were friendly and helpful.

    The staff were friendly and helpful. Very organised and gave us somewhere to store bikes overnight. Very good shuttle service to get us and our bikes back to start of bike track. Turned up on time with an excellent friendly driver who told us lots of history of the town which made the trip back, go very quickly.
    Kim
    New Zealand
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    A good central location for the Twin Coast Discovery trail.

    A good central location for the Twin Coast Discovery trail. Unfortunately not many options for dinner open at the moment. The Pioneer Museum is definitely worth a visit to gain some more knowledge on the local history.
    Nadine
    New Zealand