Tiny House Raglan

Raglan, Waikato
All year round

Romantic, healing, tiny house escapes

Three tiny house accommodations currently available for rent: the Treehouse, the LoveBus and the LoveNest. The Treehouse was built up in the pine trees on a 35 acre property and has an amazing view over pasture, native bush and the ocean. It’s for young romantics (at heart), and adventurous types who want a special experience, not just accommodation. Try a detox from technology in the LoveBus to escape from the everyday, or the LoveNest, a private little cottage set high on the property, nestled amongst the pine trees and looking out over the coast. Snuggle up in the big comfy bed inside this cute cabin with everything you need for a relaxed getaway. One of the most wish-listed places to stay on Airbnb. Bookings essential.



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Tiny House Raglan


Whaanga Road



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