Users who are searching for house rentals in Bay of Islands will have a lot of choices, since this is the most typical holiday accommodation type there. These holiday properties have a median size of 127 m² and cost, on average, £266 per night. Moreover, this specific type of lodging is great for large groups, as the majority of house rentals can welcome at least 7 people. If you would prefer something else, you could search alternative offers, such as hotel rooms, which are another popular type of property in Bay of Islands. The average size of hotel rooms in Bay of Islands is 57 m², and the average price is £163 a night.
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Popular holiday rental amenities in the Bay of Islands
Lettings can be narrowed down based on various criteria. Above, you can see the number of rentals that offer a specific amenity in Bay of Islands. You can easily find a holiday rental fitting your expectations in Bay of Islands if you can't imagine a holiday without internet or you want to tune out with some TV time, as most rentals provide internet or TVs. It is also possible to search for a property if you travel with your pet, as 128 of the rentals there include pets allowed.
Beautiful oceanfront holiday cottages in the Bay of Islands
The Bay of Islands boasts 144 beautiful tropical islands with plenty of secluded beaches. In the Bay of Islands, accommodation is available to suit all tastes and needs, ranging from luxury oceanfront houses to hilltop lodges and cosy apartments with sea view.
Culture in the Bay of Islands
Visit the historic Waitangi Treaty Grounds and witness the traditional Kapa Haka performance. What's more, at Rewa’s Village on the Kerikeri basin, you can explore a pre-European Māori settlement.
Russell, meanwhile, was the first European settlement in New Zealand and is home to historic gems such as the Pompallier Mission and Printery.
The crystal clear waters surrounding the islands are ideal for kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving, fishing and even swimming with dolphins. To spot dolphins from a great vantage point, check out the spectacular 16km Cape Brett Walkway.
Nearby to the town of Paihia, you'll find the stunning horse-shoe shaped Haruru Falls. The Rainbow Falls Walk is a stand-out natural attraction, leading to another breathtaking waterfall.
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