Tūī Ridge Cabins

Bay of Plenty, Katikati
All year round

Beautiful spot under the Kaimai Ranges

Some very cute options. Have you ever wanted to stay in a real treehouse? Are you up for a bit of romance combined with adventure? The Tūī Treehouse is situated at the bottom of the hosts large garden with views out to the Kaimai Ranges. It’s off grid (no electricity) just solar lights and birdsong. Nearby the totally enclosed outdoor hot shower / toilet overlooks the river below and the Kaimai Ranges. This place is perfect for couples wanting a romantic and private space and solo adventurers. Please note that the Tūī Treehouse is not suitable for children, however their other cabins are family friendly.



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Tūī Ridge Cabins


176a Work Road



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