Luxury Accommodation Havelock North
A Very Delightful Luxury Bed and Breakfast Accommodation near Havelock North
St. Andrew's Escape is a magical sanctuary near to town yet feels far away from the frenetic rush that is modern life. The four beautifully furnished rooms and the Te Whare cottage mix a homely, pastoral elegance with distinctive, luxury accommodation only a few minutes from Havelock-North.
Each of the four rooms in the Lodge will comfortably sleep two guests and all have large double beds, en suite showers, an iPod dock and free WIFI. The price includes a home-cooked continental breakfast and all the rooms look out over the peaceful and beautifully natural gardens.
Our Accommodation near Havelock North
The rooms have their own unique and elegant style. There is the quirky 1960s-70s Retro Room, the romantic Pacific Room, the comfortable and contemporary King Room and lastly the rich steel and leather ambience of the Queen Room.
Our attractive and quiet country cottage, Te Whare, offers three guests a healing and homely experience far more enjoyable than any luxury hotel. Havelock-North is blessed with many vineyards and orchards and the cottage is the perfect base to explore the delicious local offerings.
There are many nature trails, walks along the beach and cycle paths, including the Wineries Ride and the Water Ride, which follow the Tutaekuri River, the Ahuriri Estuary and the Ngaruroro River. When you want to do some local exploring we have bicycles available as well as kayaks for paddling peacefully on the clear and fresh Karamu Stream which surrounds St. Andrew's Escape on three sides.
The vibrant and friendly people in Havelock-North have a thriving arts community with many venues for live music, a welcoming café society and frequent events actively supported by the local residents.
Havelock North lies below the inspiring 399-metre Te Mata Peak, the highest point in the area with stunning views over the Heretaunga Plains; it is well worth a healthy hike to the top. The mountain is, according to local Maori legend, the body of the giant Te Mata o Rongokako, who fell there after choking on a rock while trying to eat the mountain in an effort to impress a local lovely lady.