Koru Kabin

Koru Kabin

Coromandel

Koru Kabin is a short 12-minute drive from Tairua in the Coromandel. It's a 3-hour drive from Auckland City (this will become just over 2 hours once State Highway 25A re-opens).

The little off-grid cabin is set on a private spot surrounded by native bush. The mesmerising vistas stretch as far as the eye can see - to the Aldermans Islands, Shoe and Slipper Islands, Mount Paku, and the glowing Tairua township.

The interior of the cabin consists of a bedroom area with a queen-sized bed, a fully equipped kitchen and lounge area, and a wood burner.

The cabin has a warm and cosy ambience, with lots of light on a sunlit day. Huge glass windows connect you to the natural world outside.  As you walk onto the spacious deck, you'll find a sunken outdoor bath - perfect for a relaxing soak before bed.

Whether it's the magical sunrise or the clear view of the full moon, the ever-changing landscape will captivate you at Koru Kabin. 

FROM $325 p/n

  • Sleeps 2

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.

ADDRESS
 

61 Koru Rise, Pumpkin Hill, Thames-Coromandel, 3591

LOCATION
 

Koru Kabin is a short 12-minute drive from Tairua in the Coromandel. It's a scenic 2 hours and 20 minutes drive from Tauranga and just over a 2-hour drive from Auckland.

Follow the Google Maps directions to the address.

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

    Koru Kabin is self-catering. Just bring your own food, and cook meals using the gas stovetop provided in your kitchen and BBQ on the deck. All the utensils you'll need for cooking and eating are provided, along with a stove-top coffee pot and coffee.

    Indulge in a tasty meal at the esteemed Manaia Kitchen & Bar or Tairua Beach Club - both great options for dinner in Tairua.

    The nearest store for stocking up on food and supplies is in Tairua, 12 minutes drive away.

  • things to do

    Koru Kabin is a place of revitalisation and relaxation overlooking the most impeccable views. A selection of board games, books, cards and indoor games will also keep you occupied.

    Immerse yourself in the many activities available in the Coromandel region. 

    A 90-minute ocean tiki tour takes you on a stunning journey around the marine and bird life and scenery. A boat tour to the Alderman Islands, an important nature reserve, is also a thrill for nature and wildlife seekers. 

    Head out to the ocean for scuba diving or surfing, or simply enjoy a picnic on the beach in Summer. There's something for everyone to enjoy.

  • your hosts

    Your hosts at Koru Kabin are Kerry, Katie, Indy, Mila and their canine companion, Cookie.

    Having called this property their home for the past two years, they have fallen in love with its breathtaking views and serene surroundings.

    Katie is a naturopath, teacher and St John’s volunteer first responder (who can look after any first aid needs if required whilst at Koru Kabin!) Kerry is an art director and former stuntwoman and brings her great sense of style to the Kabin design.

    The name 'Koru Kabin' holds a significant meaning. As part of Koru Ridge, the place symbolises 'a space to unfurl' and discover new beginnings. Katie and Kerry believe that their Kabin serves as a natural remedy to the demands of modern life, offering a sanctuary where guests can reconnect with themselves and their surroundings.

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