Wood Pigeon Lodge 

All year round

Three delightful accommodation options. All are unique and cosy, with spectacular views.

The Barn, the Hut and the Treehouse are gorgeous. The Treehouse is a very special adults only option, set in a romantic and tranquil bush setting. The cabin offers seclusion and provides inspiration from its design.

Relax and enjoy the peaceful setting. Laze upon the deck, perched high above the sparkling waters of the Tepure trout stream, listen to the bird song in the magnificent native forest below, or take in a view that includes the volcanoes of the Central Plateau in the Dual World Heritage Tongariro National Park.

Only 6 minutes’ drive to the nearest cafe and bar, 15 minutes from the world-famous and iconic Chateau Tongariro, and 20 minutes from the Whakapapa ski field and Tongariro Alpine Crossing. It’s easy to forget the pressures of daily life in this setting!



For more info visit:

Wood Pigeon Lodge 


Wood Pigeon Lodge
130 Top Mill Road



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