Holiday Homes & Baches in Bay Of Islands

Holiday Homes & Baches in Bay Of Islands

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Highlights in Bay Of Islands

  • Impressive natural monuments
  • Rock formations in the sea
  • Waterfalls that will take your breath away
  • Really beautiful historical shops

Best Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bay Of Islands

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Holiday Home for 4 People in Paihia, Bay Of Islands
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Paihia, Bay Of Islands
Holiday Home • 4 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
9.3
(30 reviews)
Allure Lodge Cottage is located in Paihia, Northland, New Zealand.Known as the 'winterless north,' the Bay of Islands is a cluster of over 144 islands with sheltered coves and sandy beaches extending into the blue pacific - the perfect location for sailing, big game fishing, scuba diving, swimming with dolphins and numerous other land and water based activities.Nestled in 3/4 acres of bush-clad hillside, Allure Lodge commands spectacular views of the waterfront, across the bay to Waitangi and the Kerikeri inlet. Experience the best of both worlds...relax and unwind in the peace and tranquil...
from NZ$203 / night
Holiday Apartment for 2 People in Russel (nz), Bay Of Islands
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Russel (nz), Bay Of Islands
Holiday Apartment • 2 Guests • 2 Bedrooms
9.4
(25 reviews)
An imposing Beachfront Property, but elevated, to give magnificent Views across the Bay to Paihia, and also the ever changing view of Russell Wharf with its coming and goings of all manner of craft from the ferries, tour boats and all types of yachties/boaties. Never a dull moment.Let the lapping of the waves send you to sleep and the toot of the first ferry in the morning be your alarm clockA 2 minute stroll along the waterfront brings you to the centre of Russell Village with its restaurants, bars, Duke of Marlborough Hotel (the first licensed Hotel in New Zealand) Four Square shop, Museu...
from NZ$327 / night
Cottage for 4 People in Paihia, Bay Of Islands
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Paihia, Bay Of Islands
Cottage • 1 m² • 1 Bedroom
9.3
(41 reviews)
Kia Ora! Welcome to Koru Cottage. Fresh and newly renovated 1 bedroom cottage. Comfortably suited for four but could accommodate six, with two double sofa sleeps in the lounge and a Queen sized bed in the bedroom.Koru Cottage is situated in a small community of similar cottages offering you security and relaxation with your own off-street parking.A mere 200m to a quiet beach and beautiful bush walks. Less than 1 km away are the many activities, cafes and restaurants of central Paihia. Koru Cottage offers you the “Best of Both Worlds”. Stay at home in tranquil Koru Cottage or try all that is...
from NZ$157 / night

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Prices and availability

Current Holiday letting prices Bay Of Islands

NZ$695for 1 Jun - 8 Jun
NZ$700 annual average
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Current holiday letting availability Bay Of Islands

53%for 1 Jun - 8 Jun
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Holiday homes and baches in the Bay of Islands

Rock formations in the sea

Are you someone who enjoys the wonders of paradisiacal beaches? Do you like landscapes that seem to come out of a film? Are you with an adventurous spirit? Holidu has exactly what you are looking for, holiday homes and baches to spend quality time. You will be amazed at all that the wonderful city of Bay of Islands has to offer. Be amazed by the beauty of Motukokako Island and go camping on Urupukapuka Island to see an incredible sunrise. This makes the Bay of Islands a fantastic place for many people. Don't wait any longer, prepare your things and come to Bay of Islands!

Large kitchens with a microwave and a dishwasher

Taking into account all the natural wonders that this impressive city offers, in addition to the extraordinary infrastructure that only complements the well-being of visitors, Bay of Islands offers a large number and variety of accommodations that are aimed at satisfying the needs and tastes of any visitor. If you come to the city you will have the opportunity to stay in a beautiful Holiday Home that from the outside has a traditional appearance, painted white, inside it has three wonderful rooms, each with a double bed and a bathroom, with a living room that It has a television, Wi-Fi zone, a cabinet and two puffs, with a large kitchen, also painted white, with a microwave, dishwasher and laundry room; while outside it has a nice garden and two parking spaces, besides being close to the beach and being friendly with pets.

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The area and getting around

A island inside an island

In the extreme northeast of this impressive town is a dream place that is capable of inspiring even the most apathetic souls. Island Urupukapuka, the largest daughter of the had spent the day meeting almost 8 kilometres from the mainland on the coast of Paihia. It is a true earthly paradise with 208 hectares in which visitors can find white sands or crystal clear waters throughout the place. The island is an ideal place to take a romantic walk at any time, since the natural wonders are so many that they seem to never end. It also has specific points where a lot of wind usually hits the sea, which makes them ideal places to practice water sports such as surfing, kitesurfing or windsurfing; and as if that were not enough, it has points where the water is especially clear and is full of life and coral reefs and with a lot of life , so it is a perfect place to dive.

A historic Store with souvenirs

For its part, in the extreme Northwest, is one of those emblematic places that are a must for people who come from far away to see this impressive city. The Store Stone is a tourist attraction that has several characteristics that make it the entrance to an architectural work of art, a construction made entirely of stone with sinuous water and stained-glass on the ceiling, giving it a rustic and traditional beauty. Inside, tourists will find all kinds of scary artefacts for sale and souvenirs they want to do with New Zealand and specifically the Bay of Islands. Marvel at all the old articles that are directly related to the daily life of the region and that specifically tell a good part of the history of this place. You can take home a piece of the Bay of Islands with an artistic sense if you visit The Stone Store

Travellers and activities

Bay Of Islands for history lovers

In this magnificent earthly paradise, history buffs enjoy a special spot. An institution where they can feel free to express their entire range of interests. Russell Museum is a unique site where history is made enjoyable, telling the stories of Russell and the Bay of Islands. Captain Cook's Endeavor is now joined by the digital map pipiri as a must-see sight at the museum. The East Bay Islands are known as pipiri in Maori, and the map table is a lot of fun for kids. Its two animated recreations effectively bring to life the formation and development of our region and its ecology. The "Story of Mangahawea," our most recent exhibition, recalls the stories of the earliest Polynesians who arrived in the Bay of Islands and how they lived. The "Story of Mangahawea," our most recent exhibition, explores the stories of the earliest Polynesians who arrived in the Bay of Islands, how they arrived, and the following Maori occupation of the island over the years.

Runswick Bay for landscape lovers

Likewise, lovers of landscapes have many spectacular places to subscribe to in order to be amazed in this incredible city. The beauty of the Bay of Islands is difficult to match in the world, and that is why it is one of the most visited sites in all of New Zealand. There is a place with a special natural beauty, Matokokako Island is a rock formation in the sea also known as Piercy's Island and is of absolute Maori domain. The beauty of this impressive medieval structure lies in the fact that the rock formation is practically virgin and has a significant amount of flora on its surface, in the ones that are made between the water and the hole in the rock, which is an attraction in itself. Same; and that it is a place where dolphins are often seen swimming around. There are several boat trip companies that surround the island so that tourists can observe it up close and discover all its beauty, they also enter the hole and cross it and so that they can live a unique experience in the world.

Did you know that Captain Cook named Motukokako Island as Piercy Island after one of the Lords of the Admiralty?

Top 5 travel tips in Bay Of Islands

1. Go to know the founding place of New Zealand

In this impressive city there is a really beautiful place, with a dreamy coastline, extraordinary sunsets and that is also a site protected by the state administrators for its historical value since it is where the first agreement between the British Crown and the maori people Waitangi Treaty Grounds is today an extraordinary institution that is considered by many to be the most representative historical place in the country and that has a group of experts that makes you relive history in a simulation between native indigenous people of the region and British, to remember the agreement that founded the nation.

2. Visit a beautiful waterfall

Haruri Falls is a really beautiful place, a mighty river that is surrounded by a beautiful forest in which the pine trees stand out from the rest of the vegetation that culminates with a small but beautiful waterfall that makes the landscape look like a fairy tale . Do not miss the opportunity to get to know this beautiful place, enjoy the wonderful view it offers of the freshness in the clarity of the river water, the fresh air and the environment of nature.

3. Cross through the hole in the rock

Live the unbeatable experience of traversing the 18 m high hole that is located at the base of Matukokako Island. Take a tour boat in the tourist centre of the city crosses the sea a short distance from the coast and wonder not as you get closer to this extraordinary island, follow the instructions of the tour guide experience a trip like no other while you cross the hole of the impressive building of the nature

4. Live a very peculiar artistic experience

Hundertwasser Public Toilets is an institution as artistic as it is peculiar, since they are an architectural work of art, a bathroom located at 60 Gillies Street, designed by the architect and visual artist Friedensreich Hundertwasser. The bathrooms have a very unusual decorative block that resembles a festive carnival. Many mosaics on the ceramics, colours on the columns and even inside the toilets make these bathrooms a unique place in the world.

5. Tour a spectacular vineyard

Omata Estate Vineyard & Kitchen is a major wine-producing estate that can be visited by tourists AND is an impressive attraction in itself. Come and enjoy hectares and hectares of grapes planted, a guided tour in which you can see the cellars and wine-producing machines, an unparalleled view of the Bay and end the tour with an impressive wine tasting in the that you can learn a lot about the different flavours. Do not miss the opportunity to know this impressive place that will really change or broaden your real perspective on winemaking.

FAQs: Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Bay Of Islands

How much does it cost to book a holiday bach in Bay Of Islands?

Based on our data, Bay Of Islands has an average price of NZ$457.12 per night, which is a relatively high one under the destinations in New Zealand.

When are holiday homes and baches cheaper in Bay Of Islands?

If you are looking to make the most of your money, the most budget-friendly months to visit Bay Of Islands are November (NZ$311.94 the average price per night for accommodation), December (NZ$341.68), and October (NZ$354.39).

When are holiday homes more expensive in Bay Of Islands?

When it comes to looking for a holiday bach in Bay Of Islands, the most expensive months are, in descending order, January, February and April with average prices per night of NZ$620.67, NZ$584.4, and NZ$548.49, respectively.

Is Bay Of Islands a good location for a spontaneous getaway?

It is better to plan ahead in Bay Of Islands as only 33% of the accommodations are available, following the data observed in 2020.

What time of the year can I find more available holiday homes?

The months that have the highest availability, on average, are May (with an availability of 48%) June (43.5%), and April (42.75%), according to the trends observed in 2020.

When are fewer holiday homes and baches available?

Holiday homes in Bay Of Islands reach their peak in demand in February, with an availability rate of 19.8%. The second most requested month is October, with 21.2%, and the third is January with 23%.

How many holiday homes are there in Bay Of Islands?

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