Contact Judy and Gerard Rooney

Ph (07) 866 8002

3195 Tiki Road
Coromandel
RD 1

www.jacarandalodge.co.nz

$145 - $175
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Coromandel

Jacaranda Lodge

Photos of Jacaranda Lodge

 

Property Description

Judy and Gerard invite you to share their spacious home set on 6 acres of tranquil country paradise. Located 3km south of Coromandel Town, Jacaranda Lodge provides the perfect escape: relax in one of the guest lounges; stroll around the delightful gardens; experience Coromandel's walks, unique attractions and spectacular coastline. Outstanding continental breakfasts include fresh organic produce from Jacaranda's orchard (see reviews). Free WIFI. Large, comfortable bedrooms. Ensuite, private, shared bathrooms. Fully equipped guest kitchen (additional charge may apply). Special dietary needs can be catered for. TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015. Sleep, eat, enjoy.

 

B&B Details

Type: B&B & Country home
Email: Email this host
Phone: (07) 866 8002
021 753011
Beds: 1 King
3 Queen
1 Single
1 Twin
Total 6 Bedrooms
Total capacity for 11 guests
Baths: 2 Ensuite
1 Guest Share
1 Private
Shared bathroom is upstairs. Private bathroom may be downstairs - most bedrooms are upstairs.
Tariff: Double: $145.00 - $175.00
Single: $80.00 - $175.00
Children: Children over 8 years only.
Other: Low season rates available. Surcharge for 1 night in high season.
Breakfast: Special
Nearest Town: 3 km S of Coromandel
Pets/Children: Pet free home, Not suitable for Children
Facilities: Internet Available
Payments: Visa/Mastercard

 

Location

 

Location Information

Unique attractions - Driving Creek Railway, The Waterworks, Gold Stamper Battery. Outstanding natural features - forests, birds, beaches, shells. Walks to suit all abilities and ages. Fishing, surfing, swimming, horseriding, art trails. Lots of exciting events throughout the year. Top restaurants and cafes.

 

Reviews: 10 reviews

"Jacaranda Lodge was recommended to us by a friend. We stayed 2 nights, Robin was a wonderful hostess, with lots of local knowledge and very helpful in an emergency. If we go back to NZ in the future Jacaraanda will be our first port of call. Mike and Sue from Scotland"

Michael Banks, 08/12/2012

"Although this is a larger B&B than we normally stay at we enjoyed our sty in 2007 so much that we just had to return on this trip to New Zealand. Even though Robin was up to her eyes in haymaking there was still a warm welcome with tea and biscuits. The house is beautiful with comfortable bedrooms and guest lounge and kitchen available. Breakfast included produce from the garden and home made, home grown fruit juice, not to mention the jams and preserves. Before leaving we toured the garden sharing the experience of two hemispheres of gardeners. A most enjoyable stay."

Gwen & David Marsh, 30/04/2012

"Coromandel Lodge was everything that other reviewers had described. Our host, Robin, was welcoming and a font of information about the area, New Zealand in general, and NZ literature. It was a real pleasure meeting her. The setting was beautifully tranquil, with birdsong in the mornings and the calf and sheep duo grazing in her garden. As for her breakfasts, they were the most delicious we had anywhere, with home-baked breads and homemade jams and preserves with ingredients from her garden. We just wish that Coromandel was nearer, so that we could stay here regularly."

Brenda Jerome, 20/03/2011

"This is a perfect provincial style country house, magical setting, one being greeted by the cattle happily grazing, walking past the perfect garden directly into perfect comfort!"

Mary Ryan, 20/04/2009

"This is a lovely, well appointed, B&B in a pastoral setting. Robin is an energetic, informative and pleasant hostess. Our room was clean and nicely decorated. One of the highlights was breakfast. Robin makes most of the breakfast items from the produce of her farm: marmalade, macadamia date nut bread, whole grain bread, musenix, fresh cut fruit, other preserves. This gives real meaning to "farm fresh." She is very knowledgable of the acivities and is willing to assist with making reservations. The kitchen/gathering area available to guests is a pleasant alternative to eating out all of the time. This has been a highlight of our B&B's so far. It is a great place for us "seasoned" travelers."

Michigan Dave & Shirley, 26/01/2009

"Jacaranda Lodge is a comfortable, warm and welcoming place to stay. I felt quite at home there. Robin is friendly and helpful and her presence is lively and caring. You can tell she really enjoys the guests that stay at her B&B and she goes the extra mile to make sure everyone is happy and well cared for. She even helped me book the remainder of my trip, without my even asking. I appreciated Robin's caring spirit and I'd recommend a stay at Jacaranda to anyone seeking comfort, relaxation and a home away from home."

Liz Halverson, 20/04/2008

"We spent 5 days at Jacaranda Lodge and were most impressed with the place. The hostess, Robyn could not have been more welcoming, the breakfasts delicious and the rooms very comfortable."

Kathy and Trevor Anderson, 14/04/2008

"Great hostess. Great breakfast. Clean, warm house. Highly recommend to stay here."

Debbie H, 28/09/2007

"The host was delightful. Breakfast superb. Grounds beautiful. Everything was very comfortable, will recommend this B&B to my friends and will stay there again."

Alice Breakstone, 28/09/2007

"What a wonderful place! I long to return if only to sample some of Robins delicious garden produce and fantastic home made cerials, juices, fruit compotes and spreads for toast. Robin had no difficulties catoring for my dairy and gluten free diet and actually seemed to enjoy the challenge, producing the most delicious muslie etc. With two guest lounges, a library of books, kitchen, DVD player, beutiful garden and very comfy bedrooms, this is a superb place to settle yourself and explore the utterly beautiful area and sample food from the super restaurants. We loved it! Thank you Robin - you were an excellent host! Kirsty and Fred Hunter (Daughter and Father) )2006"

Kirsty Hunter, 07/12/2006