Top spots: Cabins

The mornings are earlier and the evenings are later and we’re going to embrace the change and bring you the top spots to adventure away to in the coming months. If you’re not quite ready to completely embrace the fresh air and cold waters just yet, we have a cosier option for you. Embrace your inner adventurer and check out some of our favourite Cabins and Treehouses below, and yes, they’re in New Zealand. Kia Ora!



Redwoods Treehouse

Tucked away just north of Auckland and handy to Warkworth, Redwoods Treehouse is a magical private dining location with incredible architecture and the most beautiful surroundings. It’s unusual shape nestled amongst the trees as interesting as it is breathtaking, and if you’re on the hunt for a quirky event space, this is it.


Hut On Sleds

An absolute award winner on both design and functionality fronts, this magical retreat is a must stay the next time you’re in Whangapoua. It’s so well designed for the Coromandel Coastline that it can literally be towed off the beach and back to safer place if the weather/surf gets wild. Incredible. With some of the best interiors we’ve seen and a timber loving exterior to match, this cozy hut is one of the coolest spots on the East Coast of New Zealand. We’re calling it, it’s that cool.


Fossil Bay Lodge

If you’re after somewhere a bit more outdoorsy and adventurous to stay, the Fossil Bay Lodge on Waiheke Island if a special spot with some of the best glamping around. With Lotus Belle tents available Oct-April year on year, these luxe tents combine the best of both worlds, they even have fully equipped kitchens inside, which is a big yes from us!


If you’re interested in creating a little retreat of your own, or enjoy day dreaming of the warm weather to come, the Taschen Cabins and Treehouses books will be the perfect edition to your collection.


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