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Top 5 Luxury Stays worthy of a Royal Visit

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Meghan and Harry have officially landed on New Zealand soil!

To toast their arrival, we’ve compiled a list of our very favourite luxury stays, worthy of a royal visit.

Lodge at The Hills

With privacy and security being of absolute paramount, Lodge at The Hills’ secluded setting on The Hills golf course perfectly combines the two. Add to this its outstanding art collection, one-of-a-kind sculpture tour and range of premium inclusions and you have something very special indeed.

Alan Pye Cottage - Huka Lodge

Epitomising the sophisticated elegance of the English Art & Crafts movement, Meghan and Harry would certainly be at home in this luxurious cottage. Faultlessly designed and boasting a cosy and intimate atmosphere it’s an idyllic home to retreat to. 

Wharekauahu Country Estate

Positioned on the southern-most tip of the North Island. Wharekauhau provides the perfect base for a tour of both islands. A firm favourite for royalty, dignitaries and celebrities, Wharekauhau’s location on a 5,000 acre working farm provides guests with the ability to unplug from it all and embrace a more laid back lifestyle. 

The Cooper Residence

The Cooper Residence provides the ‘wow’ factor in every corner! Seamlessly blending luxurious furnishings with fascinating Maori artefact's and historic artwork; giving an entirely unique experience. It has jaw dropping coastal views, a private beach, and they even produce their very own wine – what more could they ask for!

Split Apple Retreat

The perfect place to relax and recharge after a long tour. This intimate luxury lodge perfectly combines premium accommodation and wellness. Guests can spend their day indulging in yoga, meditation and massages, whilst dining on gourmet Asian-Mediterranean fusion cuisine, where every ingredient has been selected for its positive contribution to health and wellness.

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