Taupo Lakefront Accommodation
Taupo is a one of New Zealand's best loved holiday destinations, with visitors coming from around the world to fish or boat on the crystal clear waters of the lake, or indulge in one of the many attractions of this beautiful region. While staying in Taupo, choose only the best place to stay with Taupo lakefront accommodation.
When looking for Taupo lakefront accommodation, Wharewaka Lodge is an ideal option. Located on the absolute lakefront edge, with stunning views over Lake Taupo to the mountains beyond, Wharewaka Lodge provides luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in an eco-friendly B&B just metres from the water's edge.
With 3 luxurious guest rooms each with private ensuite, private balcony, free WiFi internet, off street parking and a delicious breakfast, guests can relax in the ambience and beauty that is Taupo lakeside accommodation.
Located just 7 minutes from Central Taupo, guests can wander along the shores of the crystal clear lake, or relax on their private balcony and watch the sun set over the shimmering waters.
Accommodation in Taupo is quickly booked out, so it is advisable to get your bookings in early.
Taupo is not only famous for its beautiful lake, but also for it's many attractions. The nearby Craters of the Moon is an amazing geothermal attraction, open 364 days a year and providing an easy walkway through landscape that features bubbling craters and steaming vents. The main track is 45 minutes and is wheelchair accessible.
The magnificent Huka Falls are a must do, as the fast flowing water of the Waikato River plummets 11 metres creating a thundering noise and a spectacular waterfall. Come and see and you'll understand why it is one of New Zealand's most visited and photographed attractions!
The Hidden Valley of Orakei Korako Cave and Thermal Park is located just 25 minutes north of Taupo and is a breathtakingly beautiful geothermal attraction, awe-inspiring in its natural subterranean might. Open every day of the year, the Park is accessed by boat over Lake Ohakuri.
Taupo is truly a spectacular, awe inspiring destination - in any season of the year. In winter, Mt Ruapheu and Mt Whakapapa open their slopes to skiiers. In any other season, tourists can fish for trout, visit geothermal attractions, ride a jet boat to the base of the thundering Huka Falls, or visit the Hidden Valley of Orakei Korako Cave and Thermal Park.
So what are you waiting for, book your lakefront accommodation in Taupo today!
Current Date & Time: September 19 2019, 3:49 am
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