AWAY Treehouse

Waiheke Island
All year round

A place to get away from everyday life, to unwind and relax in comfort in the midst of hundreds of acres of pure nature. Staying at Away will rejuvenate your soul.

Everything you need is here. Queen bed with quality linen, wood burner, a sofa, full kitchen, bath and shower. There is a trapdoor to access the bathroom via stairs to the lower level. A complimentary private outdoor hot tub is available for guests, filled with fresh spring water. It’s the perfect way to spend an hour under the stars. There are also opportunities to get some pampering in, with a range of spa treatments onsite. Bookings for Away need to be made in advance.



For more info visit:

AWAY Treehouse


Cowes Bay Road
Waiheke Island


027 293 0887



Away is 40 mins drive from Matiatia ferry, or 30 mins drive from Kennedy Point Vehicular Ferry. Cowes Bay Road is a windy unsealed road so please drive slowly and safely.

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