Coroglen, Whitianga

Coroglen Lodge

Contact Wendy & Nigel Davidson

Ph (07) 866 3225

2221 Tairua-Whitianga Rd
RD 1
Whitianga 3591


Coroglen, Whitianga

Coroglen Lodge

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Property Description

Coroglen Lodge is situated on 17 acres of farmland with cattle and alpacas. Nestled in the hills with views of the Coromandel Ranges, this is rural tranquillity. Halfway between Whitianga township and Hot Water Beach there is easy access to both areas and all attractions. Guest area is separate, relaxed, and spacious with a large sunny lounge area for your comfort. Wendy spins,knits and weaves with wool from her alpacas. Nigel has a collection of vintage tractors, and 2 classic cars.


B&B Details

Type: B&B & Farmstay & Separate Suite
Email: Email this host
Phone: (07) 866 3225
027 2565 016
Beds: 2 Queen
2 Single
Total 3 Bedrooms
Total capacity for 6 guests
Baths: 2 Guest Share
Tariff: Double: $140.00
Single: $80.00
Breakfast: Continental
Nearest Town: 14 km S of Whitianga
Pets/Children: Children welcome
Payments: Visa/Mastercard, Eftpos




Reviews: 2 reviews

"We were having a bad day. A long drive from Auckland with road work delays, a disappointing visit to Coromandel I found my planned accommodation unavailable. Decided to try the drive to Tairua to find a vacant room. Happily, we found this lodge and an effusive welcome from Wendy. She called the local tavern to ensure the kitchen did not close and we had a good supper. We then had a lovely relaxed evening in first class accommodation. Breakfast was super including home made bread and preserves. A bad day transformed and I have now stayed on an alpaca farm"

Simon creed, 19/02/2017

"Very happy with our stay, and would certainly stay there again. It is a very rural area, with a good view towards far horizons; there's a good garden for sitting, and the alpacas were fascinating - very intelligent faces. Being the only people there at the time, we had the lounge area to ourselves, which was great. Wendy was a lovely person, hospitality personified. We even got to buy a "hand-made alpaca shawl" from the actual hands that made it! Thoroughly recommended."

Philip Bell, 08/01/2015