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Wharekauhau Country Estate
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15 Rooms
Richard Rooney
“Rediscovering the art de vivre of the Edwardian era.”
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In Maori, Wharekauhau means “place of knowledge”, as it was here where the wise men would come to learn their craft. The name has remained as a testament to the past. Nearly two centuries later, a large sheep station took its place here and finds itself still in activity today. In this farm setting, overlooking the Palliser Bay, the lodge cultivates a refined art de vivre, with a welcoming decor that mixes antiques with natural materials.It is surrounded by vast native gardens where the croquet lawn, flowers, orchard and vegetable garden stand alongside one another, with the latter two supplying the restaurant where a delicious revisited “Kiwi” cuisine is served.

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Nearly two centuries later, a large sheep station took its place here and finds itself still in activity today.

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Immerse yourself in the warmth and atmosphere of life at Wharekauhau.
Whether you're relaxing with a crackling fire and watching the sea, sharing laughter and wine in the sunny kitchen, or riding an ATV across the black sand beach, your stay will be a memorable one. When you're here, you're family.

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