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Written by Maggie Wicks on 23 Aug, 2020
It's all very well foraging for your food. But what's a chef to do when the wild pikopiko is as popular with the deer roaming free across the property as it is with the guests?
Written by Wall Street Journal on 01 Oct, 2019
Up a tree-lined, winding road and set amongst 2500 hectares of virgin forest is a truly sustainable luxury lodge which epitomizes the spirit of ‘Manaakitanga’, hospitality, kindness and generosity. Read the full article, published by The Wall Street Journal's Bell Hop Magazine.
Written by Winston Aldworth on 05 Mar, 2019
There are mountain-biking trails and horse-riding treks if that's your thing. There's also a daily Maori Food and Heritage Trail, where the guide, Justin, shows guests how local iwi have made use of the plants in the bush for centuries’ says Winston Aldworth
Written by Brian Johnston on 28 Feb, 2019
Hidden high in a valley outside Rotorua, the main lodge at Treetops looks as if it was built for giants, with huge cathedral ceilings, gigantic fireplaces and beams cut by chainsaw. The dining room is baronial and the food excellent.
Written by Le Figaro Magazine on 12 Oct, 2018
S’il n’y a pas de planète B, une Europe bis existe. A l’autre bout du monde, la Nouvelle-Zélande est une réplique miniature de l’ouest de notre continent.
Written by Annemarie Quill on 19 Aug, 2018
A luxury escape thrills the senses, writes Annemarie Quill. Toying with a dirty martini in front of a roaring log fire surrounded by stag heads and other hunting trophies, I could get used to life in a luxury lodge.