Kikitangeo Cabin

Kikitangeo Cabin


Kikitangeo Cabin is just over 1 hour from Auckland City, and 7 minutes from Wellsford township in Northland.

The one-room cabin is set on the edge of a dam, in a secluded spot surrounded by rolling farmland hills.

Warm and inviting, the cabin has been created with packets of charm and style. It contains a kitchen, lounging and dining space - with a partition wall separating the bedroom area. A barndoor from the main living area slides back to reveal a stunning bathroom. Enjoy a semi-outdoor shower by opening the timber doors to the views.

The large deck is perfect for taking in the serene view of the dam. Absorb the sights and sounds of the farmland surroundings with your evening cheese and wine. 

If you feel like exploring, the Northland region has plenty to offer! Head out to the gorgeous Mangawhai region and relish the amazing food, coastlines, and nature reserves.

FROM $300 p/n

  • Sleeps 2
            Dogs welcome
      Dogs welcome

A $50 Single Night Surcharge applies on top of the nightly rate when booking a single night. You will need to add this charge during the booking process. The calendar below will specify where one-night bookings are allowed.


5192 Kaipara Coast Highway, Wellsford 0972


Kikitangeo Cabin is just over 1 hour from Auckland City, and 7 minutes from Wellsford township in Northland.

You will receive a pre-arrival email with detailed arrival instructions and your host's details 5-days prior to your stay.

Note: If you have booked within 5 days and haven't received a pre-arrival email shortly after booking, please email us at [email protected].

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  • eating and drinking

    Kikitangeo Cabin is self-catering. Just bring your own food and drink, and cook meals using the gas hob and BBQ provided in your kitchen. You'll find all the cutlery, crockery, pots and pans that you'll need.

    Treat yourself to a bite to eat in Wellsford, only a 10-minute drive away. 'Peppers Cafe', 'Caffe Cozy' and 'Port Albert Fish & Chip Shop' are great spots for coffee or lunch.

    The DuneWood St Pizzeria and Gringas restaurants in Mangawhai are a 40-minute drive away. Matakana Market Kitchen, Rusty Pelican and The Makatana Village Pub are also great options in the Matakana region, a 30-minute drive away.

  • things to do

    Kikitangeo is the perfect getaway spot. If all you want to do is sit back, relax and reconnect - bring out the games. Scrabble, Monopoly Deal, Jenga and cards are all available. If you're keen to stretch your legs, there is an attractive bush and farm walk on the property.

    Mangawhai has amazing eateries and beaches to enjoy if you want to get out and about (only a 40-minute drive away). Or pack a food basket and visit Atiu Creek Regional Park for a picnic on a sunny day with a view!

    The nearest town is Wellsford, only a 10-minute drive away.

  • your hosts

    Patrece and Greg, alongside their Rottweiler ‘Hudson’ and Fox Terrier ‘Ginny’, are your hosts at Kikitangeo Cabin. Also working on the farm are Gordon and Trish, father and stepmother to Patrece.

    The farm has been in Patrece's family since 1872. Gordon (Patrece's father) planted many of the trees on the property so the family feel a special connection to the land.

    The stunning coasts, great cafés and markets, beautiful views, and its reasonable distance to Whangarei and Auckland - all contribute to their love for the location.

    After hearing about glamping in articles and from family and friends, they decided to build on their beautiful farmland so others can enjoy the paradise they have created.

    The word 'Kikitangeo' comes from the name of the farm and the mountain seen from the cabin.

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