Hawke's Bay, named after the semi-circular bay on the east coast of North Island, is New Zealand’s second-largest wine-producing region. Centred on the cities of Hastings, Napier and Havelock North, the region is particularly known for its Bordeaux-blend wines. Stay in a wine hotel in Hawke's Bay and you’re close to some of the country’s oldest vineyards, stretched along its five major river valleys and originally planted by missionaries for sacramental wines.
Charming luxury accommodation in the heart of 6000 acre sheep farm. Rooms are rustic and elegant, with top modern amenities and fantastic sea and farm views. Great walking, riding and mountain biking tracks on property, as well as bird life. Family friendly rural retreat.
Hastings, Hawke's Bay
High-end Lodge on 73 acres of lush farmland. Charming antique-filled rooms with open fireplaces, large double beds, private terraces and free-standing baths. With an outdoor swimming pool, gym and three storey viewing turret. Perfect for a romantic getaway.