About this listing
The Workshop is set in 4ha of landscaped grounds on historic Kinloch Station overlooking the Jack Nicklaus 18-hole golf course and Lake Taupo. The B & B offers couples the chance to relax in tranquil rural surroundings close to the lake, golf, bush walks and mountain bike trails.
The host canceled this reservation 8 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
A really lovely stay in a beautiful setting with kind hosts. I had a great night there and I'd love to go back someday! Dee and Bruce are very welcoming and knowledgable and gave me great suggestions for my solo exploration of NZ. Definitely recommended!
Absolutely amazing place to stay.
Dee went above and beyond to make our stay as comfortable as possible.
She even made us home made hot x buns as it was Easter.
Highly recommend staying here.
Stunning place,stunning surroundings and amazing host
Kinloch Station was the best accommodation during our 9 day stay in North Island. To sum it up, Beautiful location, quiet, scenic, comfortable, clean and cozy.
This wonderful place has two lovely owners who are so caring, thoughtful and just makes your experience that much better!
Kinloch station was definitely one of the highlights of my trip! watch the sunset from the most beautiful homes ever.
The reservation was canceled 9 days before arrival. This is an automated posting.
Our stay at the cottage was lovely. Pictures don't do the setting justice, it is such a beautiful spot and one well worth visiting!
It has been fantastic to stay at this lovely B&B. The Workshop is like an apartment on its own, very comfortable and has a nice view to Lake Taupo. Dee has been an excellent host and provided some great local advice, and she also provided self-service continental breakfast. The only negative we found is the bed, which is somewhat squeaky and not all too comfortable.
About the Host, Dee
Live at Kinloch Station . We love Taupo's relaxed way of life and the beautiful environment and make the most of the lake and the outdoors - boating, trout fishing, bushwalking,
lake picnics, water skiing, mountain biking