Property Name: Solitaire Lodge
Property Address: Lake Tarawera Rotorua, , RD5
Property Description: Location. Arguably the best location in New Zealand, strategically located on a private peninsula overlooking Lake Tarawera, yet only 20 minutes drive from Rotorua City Centre. Close enough to Rotorua to access the city and iconic tourist attractions, and far enough away to ensure a unique stay with a multitude of tailor made and unique experiences, all within easy reach from the LodgeAccommodation. Spacious and recently renovated Suites each with spectacular picture window views overlooking the Lake. Newly appointed bathrooms, with deep sunken tubs allowing guests to soak and absorb the views. Attention to Detail. Kiwi Owner Hosts pride themselves in tailoring each guests stay, from menu to experiences. Dietary requests and preferences required for every booking. Exclusivity. 10 Suites, ensure guests are sharing their Lodge experience and hosts with only a handful of other guests. Things to Do. There is an abundance of all year round activities including Helicopter Tours, Rainbow Trout Fishing, Natural Thermal Bathing, Kayaking, Waterfall Hiking trail, Thermal Cycle Trails and Cultural Maori Tours. Year Round Location. Solitaire makes for an idilic location in both summer and winter, nestled on the edge of a private peninsula, the grounds are open with spectacular panoramic views of the Lake and Mount Tarawera. Host. Kiwi Lodge Owner is the Host and has been on property looking after guests for the last 5 years, has an invested interest in the propertys success and exceeding guests expectations.
Location Description: Set on a bush covered peninsula, with breathtaking views to the stark grandeur of Mt Tarawera, is the ultimate opportunity for relaxation. Like a gem, Solitaire Lodge well compliments its setting and is recognised as one of New Zealands foremost luxury Lodges. The surrounding lake is more than just beautiful, it consistantly yields the largest number of trophy sized rainbow trout in the southern hemisphere. The Rotorua thermal region, with its land of bubbling mud pools, steaming hot springs and geysers continue to be a focal point for the active Maori culture. Te Wairoa, the Maori village, which was buried by the eruption of Mt Tarawera in 1886 is an important archeological centre for the area.
Property Facts: Year Built: 1975Year of Last Renovation: 2002