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We had reserved a room facing the sea (far down, since this is not a "by-the-beach BB") and well worth it with a private balcony. Modern and very clean yet rustic with breakfast in communal room. The owners are wonderful and helpful. Nicest place in...More
This Lodge is midst of a impressive scenery. It doesn´t matter which room you have. The views are amazing on both sites. If you like to watch the sunrise in the morning without getting out of your bed then the seaside rooms are perfect for...More
My partner and I just spent a weekend at the Split Apple Lodge. The lodge is situated on top of a hill, with beautiful views across Tasman Bay all the way over to the Abel Tasman National Park. Beaches of Kaiteriteri, Marahau and Split Apple...More
There is not more to say about Split Apple Lodge than it's an amazing place to stay.
The stunning view is just overwhelming, sea in the front and the wide forest in the back.
I had a pleasant stay with my wife. The great hospitality...More
We have spent 2 nights at Split Apple Lodge. The lodge is perfectly located near Abel Tasman National Park and has spectacular views in every direction. We stayed in a room with sea view, which is highly to recommend. You can enjoy the view even...More
Response from Franziska H | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. The Lodge is accessible by car only I'm afraid as the public transport system ends in either Kaiteriteri or Marahau. I have responded to your emails with further details and options... More
Thank you for your question. The Lodge is accessible by car only I'm afraid as the public transport system ends in either Kaiteriteri or Marahau. I have responded to your emails with further details and options for car rentals in the area. Please review and let me know anytime if you need further assistance or have any questions.
We look forward to hear from you
Fran & Daniel
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"Mountain view rooms are facing the direct sun (at least in March!) so were very hot. Might want to lookout..."