The Falls Retreat

All year round

Unique dining experiences with award winning food using local suppliers and produce from onsite organic veggie gardens, three charming cottages and a range of cooking and gardening workshops.

Three different types of accommodation are available at The Falls Retreat. They are set in beautiful natural woodland and within a two minute walk to their award winning Bistro. The Rose Cottage, Waterfall Cabin and Log Cabin are the perfect get away destinations. Regular cooking workshops and gardening courses that are designed to give you top tips and lots of knowledge are also a feature. Whether you want to improve your cooking skills or be a better gardener, you will come away from the day feeling motivated and inspired. Bookings essential as spaces are limited.



For more info visit:

The Falls Retreat


25 Waitawheta Road
Karangahake Gorge
Coromandel Peninsula


07 863 8770

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