About this listing
The Historic Lodge, Boatshed , Cottage & unique “Glamping” units - Gypsy Caravans, Safari tents, Treehouse & Boatcabin are set in 2 acres of creative, tropical, water-front gardens, rich in bird life - Enjoy nature on the river, in stylish comfort!
There are three large, deck-mounted family Safari Tents with comfortable level of furnishings & 3 rooms plus deck/patio. This has 2 bedrooms, both with double beds and a comfortable living room with single bed, furniture, fridge and tea/coffee facilities.
The nearby facilities block has toilets, showers, laundry and kitchen, complete with crockery and cutlery. All you have to bring is a torch!
This has been furnished to a high standard & can sleep 5 people in comfort.
We aim to offer a "wow factor" in terms of the tasteful decor, huge decks and amazing views. The Safari Tents have 3 distinct areas including a large deck with lounge furniture, sitting room with comfortable chairs, table, bar fridge & tea/coffee facilities, and romantically furnished bedroom with double bed and linen. All have electric lighting.
- Bed Linen Provided
- Clothes Line
- Double Bed
- Internet access (wireless) - extra charge
- Ironing Board
- Separate Bathroom
- Separate Toilet
- Shower Facilities
- Tea & Coffee Supplies
- Toilet Facilities
We are looking forward to welcome you in the near future!
Large, central water view deck complete with marquee and with café style seating for large groups, BBQ and Gazebo. We have our own Jetty and pontoon, ideal for swimming and Kayaks for hire.
Only the lower Boat shed is off-limits to children.
Interaction with Guests
As required, some like privacy while others like interaction and guidance
The creative tropical gardens and park like grounds go down to the edge of the river. We are surrounded by horses and top end properties on one side and a famous, historic reserve and river on the other sides. The river flows down the length of our property and meets the KeriKeri Inlet . A walking track leads to two waterfalls (the best walk in the neighbourhood) & starts at our Lodge.
Great kayaking on the river and we have a private jetty.
Only 20 minutes walk to town through the woods, with good local taxis and inter-city or major town bus services.
Other Things to Note
The Pagoda Lodge Estate comprises 2 acres of gardens and mature trees. There are creative, multi-tiered grounds offering many private and tranquil spaces. There is a gentle flowing river and wide views to the Inlet and adjacent, large Historic Pa Site. As such, we have plentiful and varied bird-life. Please respect our wildlife and do not feed the ducks.
The river is a fish reserve, so no fishing allowed. No children in the old boat shed (lower level) and no swimming without supervision of parents.
Please clean up well after your visit by washing, drying up and putting away all crockery, cutlery, dishes & pans. As we are subtropical, we would ask guests to kindly dispose each day of rubbish in our recycling area to avoid unwanted ants and insects. Please leave wet towels in the bathroom and close doors of units when leaving. Many thanks.
Drinking water available from filter tap only.
The owners, Kathy and Stephen Frewen, spent more than 20 years in Asia and were immediately drawn to the harmonious balance of “earth, wind and water”. The pagoda roofs, the variety of rare and mature trees, the tranquil river and the abundant bird life all create a certain magic, now enhanced by the serene Buddhas from Borobudur.