Welcome to Treehouses of Hull
Experiencing Tree Houses and Hapuku Lodge
As I flew into Blenheim over the little isles that begin the South Island of New Zealand from Auckland, the lush green countryside started to unfold amongst the crystal clear water, splitting the fingerlike peninsulas. Budget had my car ready and away I drove to Kaikoura for the 70 mile journey. It’s astonishing how this shoreline is nearly as untouched as it was when the Maoris came here; a genuine treat. The Treehouses and Hostel at Hapuku Lodge came into sight, as I approached.
Upon arrival Natalie who showed me to my tree houses greeted me; situated at the end of the row. We entered the suite as we ascended the steps, which is where the notion of a tree house” that was “ is replaced with the reality of extravagance. This suite was perfect with a big king sized bed, in the middle, and on both sides, a little living space with beautiful views of the snowcapped mountains. Going on to research I was presented in she shower you’ve a sense of being in a backyard shower like while with the toilet, where when you step! The tub is huge, with all the jets it is possible to picture to empower a delightful day soak, while soaking in the environment. Even more dramatic are the views in the shower looking out on the town of Kaikoura, cliffs and the ocean in the space.
The manner Jeremy and Fiona served the principal ingredient was what made my meal astonishing, I wish I was to experience more of the environment and superb cuisine. I urge 3 nights here to take in all that the Kaikoura area offers.
Room Point: If you do the Hapuku Suite, which includes its hot tub within the suite, or ’t mind measures, then the Tree Houses are choices that are outstanding.