This property is located nestled amidst magnificent native forests and valleys. The lodge is a sanctuary and retreat of breathtaking terrain in 2,500 acres of secluded native forest and game reserve, seven trout streams, four lakes, over 70 kilometres of hiking trails, mountain bike riding, and horse riding.
The lodge has an elegant architectural style that is derived from this country's pioneering past. Timber and stone finishes echo the beauty and simplicity of the great outdoors. Upon arrival, guests pass through the gates and are transported to another world, time and place. Sparkling cascades of water tumble over rocks on either side of you while nature embraces you with the ornately carved wooden Rimu doors depicting the beauty and abundance of the valley. Beyond the doors the stream continues effortlessly, slipping under and carrying Rainbow trout on its way. The Great Room, Library, Games Room, Kitchen, Conservatory, and Dining Room continue the theme throughout the lodge. The picturesque grounds of the lodge contain paths that beckon and diverge into the woods, taking you to secluded villas, waterfall walks, glow-worm caves and private benches dappled by sunlight. Enjoy gentle strolls around the grounds soaking up the serenity of the outstretched valley, bask in the beauty on a sun-drenched lounger on the lawns, breathing the pure air of an ancient paradise or cool your feet in the refreshing spring waters which cradle the lodge.
The Lodge Suites are located in a wing which is totally self-contained, with its own fully equipped kitchen, large dining and living area, with four beautifully appointed suites, each with their own ensuite. The living area opens out to the magnificence of the valley vista and the privacy of the wing is enhanced by the single entry way access to the rest of the lodge and the separate exit. Meanwhile, the Villa Suites are tucked away, yet positioned within a short stroll of the lodge. Choose a secluded haven framed by native virgin forest or look out over lakes and wildlife. Exquisite furnishings adorn these luxurious quarters, featuring a bedroom, spacious bathroom with spa bath, lavish lounge with fireplace and small kitchenette.
Dining and Leisure
In-House Dining - Flavoursome and healthy dishes are created using the finest game and locally grown produce, complimented by an array of the finest New Zealand wines. A diverse array of New Zealand's finest food is on offer to suit and satiate your palette.
Breakfast is served when you wish to rise. Go down to the conservatory for a relaxed gourmet breakfast of seasonal fruits, preserves, pastries, local fine cheeses, homemade muesli, followed by a tempting fresh free range omelette, or select from a wide range of local produce for a traditional cooked breakfast. Or you may decide to watch the day unfold in the privacy of your Treetops villa, or enjoy breakfast on your secluded patio overlooking the majestic Treetops forest.
Freshly brewed coffee, a selection of infused teas and juices are also offered from the kitchen.
Escape to the spa at Treetops Lodge and enjoy the luxurious facility that reflects the soul of this luxury New Zealand lodge. The unique landscape, a sense of peace, space and timeless beauty combine effortlessly with the Treetops spa's holistic body treatments and massages, skin and beauty rituals all designed to stimulate the body s natural healing processes. Every detail of the spa at Treetops has been carefully designed to make a perfect place to rest, relax and rejuvenate.
A destination in its own right, the Treetops spa specialises in indigenous treatments and wellness programmes, offering a spa experience that will be pampering and memorable, relaxing and indulgent. Immerse in one of the private hot tubs, share the experience with your partner in the couple's suite or, for quiet and solitude, our meditation platform.
New to Treetops is The Kinloch Club, the International Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus. After designing golf courses in 27 different countries, Jack Nicklaus found inspiration in The Kinloch Club for the first andonly Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course to be built in New Zealand in 2007. The Kinloch Club offers a dramatically undulating New Zealand landscape, overlooking Lake Taupo, New Zealand's largest lake. Kinloch's fairways are contoured and conditioned for ground play and flecked with dishevelled bunkers.