Hadleigh - Boutique Accommodation -Waikato
Hadleigh has three suites, aptly named after the native bird life that abound on the property. Each suite has comfortable seating, quality linen, fluffy duvets, robes and hairdryer. The bathrooms have a range of personal toiletries. Both the Ruru and Tui suites are suitable for the mobility impaired.
All suites are serviced daily
Tariffs are based on two people sharing and include Breakfast, Evening Cocktails & Canapés and Goods & Services Tax of 15%
NZ $325 per night -15% discount for 3 or more nights stay
Kotare is Maori for Kingfisher; this emerald coloured bird can often be seen sitting on poles supporting our newly planted trees, it is on the look out for insects. As the name suggests, it also dives for fish in streams and ponds.
The Kotare suite is adjacent to the guest lounge on the first floor ,a large picture window looks out onto sheep grazing, a scene typical of rural New Zealand. The elegant room has a super king bed or two singles if preferred. Furnishings are Victorian, there are grandmother and grandfather chairs, art works include a watercolour by David John of Arrowtown. The en suite bathroom has a large shower, vanity and heated towel rail. Excess luggage may be stored off this area.
NZ$375 per night
Ruru is the native word for Morepork. This nocturnal owl looksl unspectacular with its drab brown.plumage. Although not often sighted, its distinctive ‘morepork’ cry rings out on still nights.
The Ruru suite is situated on the ground floor, the large patio doors and full length windows across the width of the suite allow expansive 180 deg views of the garden and surrounding country side . Watching the early morning sun filter through the trees from the comfort of ones bed is quite surreal . There is a king/twin bed, the Victorian furnishings complement the suite as does the three limted editions by Cleavin, renowned New Zealand artist .There are tea and coffee making facilities and a small refrigerator. The ensuite bathroom is large with walk in shower and double vanity. The dressing room is quite spacious,and can also accommodate extra luggage.
NZ$225 per night
The Tui is endemic to New Zealand. Sometimes referred to as the Parson bird because of its white throat tuft, the dark green and blue plumage affords fine camouflage, however its melodious singing is unmistakable.
The Tui suite, situated on the ground floor is the smaller of the three. Double doors open out to a private patio which catches the afternoon sun beautifully. The suite has a queen bed and fine native rimu furnishings, ‘The Drover’, by Marlborough artist Michael Ponder suits the décor well. The large private bathroom has a walk in shower, double vanity and copious spa bath, there is a separate toilet. Additional space is available as a dressing room or for surplus luggage.
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