Wild Forest Tree Hut Eco Retreat

All year round. Bookings essential

The hut has been built using a zero waste philosophy from recycled kauri. The bathroom is open to the forest and the shower is quite the experience to remember. A brand new BOSCH califont delivers steaming hot water through a vintage copper shower, and to a vintage cast iron bath in the forest. The hut is off the grid and has solar powered lights and a USB charger. The outdoor kitchen has a 4 burner gas hob and a Weber BBQ. The cosy bed has luxury 100% linen bedding. The Wild Forest Hideaway is 3km from the Trounson Kauri Park where guests often see kiwi in the wild. Tāne Mahuta is a picturesque half hour drive north. Kai Iwi lakes and Aranga Beach are just down the road.



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Wild Forest Tree Hut Eco Retreat


990 Trounson Park Road
Donnellys Crossing



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