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Havelock North vacation rentals

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Guesthouse in Havelock North
Modern and Private Guest House with Hot Tub
Relax in the hot tub in your own private courtyard. Ideal for visitors to the bay and regular business travelers. Comfortable, modern and private Guest House all within a 5 min walk to Havelock North's Village where you can enjoy numerous shops, bars and restaurants. Facilities include your own private entrance, off street parking, heat pump/aircon, broadband, gas BBQ, private hot tub, smart TV and laundry services, if required. Relax in the private courtyard and enjoy the private hot tub.
$92 per night
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Guest suite in Havelock North
Self contained guest suite in Havelock North.
One bedroom, self contained guest suite in Havelock North, 3 minute drive from the village. The guest house is underneath our home with its own entrance and patio and locked off from the main house. You will have use of your own full kitchen and bathroom. We live (and sometimes work) upstairs, so there is some foot noise but we try to keep this to a minimum when we have guests. There is also an inquisitive kitten that lives at the property. Great morning sun and private patio for a coffee/wine.
$71 per night
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Guesthouse in Havelock North
Nestled amongst nature in Havelock North
Our lovely guesthouse is bright and sunny with everything you will need for a comfortable stay. With a private entrance situated just off the main house you will have your own space, with outdoor seating and BBQ. We encourage you to enjoy our swimming pool and gardens. However, It is for your personal use only .
$103 per night
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Stay near Havelock North's top sights

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Splash Planet58 locals recommend
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Hawkes Bay Farmers Market64 locals recommend
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Te Mata Peak204 locals recommend
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PAK'nSAVE Hastings10 locals recommend
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Cornwall Park16 locals recommend
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Te Mata Park217 locals recommend

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Spacious with style, between the village and peak.
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the studio @ the studio
$71 per night
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Farm stay in Havelock North
Adorable 1 bedroom orchard cottage - Dog friendly
$84 per night
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Condo in Havelock North
Gorgeous light filled studio in lovely garden.
$97 per night
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250 metres to the Village
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Private room in Havelock North
Cosy Cottage in Chambers Street waiting for you
$81 per night
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Your guide to Havelock North

All About Havelock North

Situated in the Hawke’s Bay wine country, Havelock North, a city on New Zealand’s North Island, draws travelers to explore its boutique wineries, outdoor recreation options, and bustling village center. The rich farmland surrounding Havelock North, along with the area’s temperate climate, makes it ideal for growing fruit of all kinds. The region supplies fruit to the rest of New Zealand, and you can taste some of the area’s bounty at the Hawke’s Bay Farmers Market. Havelock North’s love for food doesn't stop with wine and fruit — it is home to several coffee roasters, too.

The mountains around the city are covered with lush, short grass, and the many dirt trails for hiking and biking that wind around the slopes are clearly marked. Te Mata Peak Park, just outside town, is home to a number of trails that traverse the foggy valleys, rocky summits, and redwood forests near Te Mata Peak.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Havelock North?

The Hawke’s Bay region has a Mediterranean climate. Summer (December through February) brings some of New Zealand’s driest and warmest weather, while Havelock North’s protected position to the east of the Kaweka mountain range means mild, less windy winters (June through August). Towering Te Mata Peak is capped with snow in July, and the road to the summit can be blocked at times during the coldest months, so pack warm layers and be prepared to change your plans if you’re tackling the mountain in the winter.

Napier Art Deco Festival less than a half-hour drive north celebrates all things glamour each February with themed fashion shows and vintage car displays in the summer sun. Local vineyards on both banks of the Tukituki River harvest their crop in the autumn, and you take advantage of mild days with a tour or two.


What are the top things to do in Havelock North?

Maraetotara Falls

Less than 15 minutes south of Havelock North, the clear pool beneath Maraetotara Falls is a haven for swimmers. The riverside walking trail — Maraetotara Historic Walk — takes you down wooden stairs and along a tree-lined riverside path until you reach the lush, fern-peppered cascade around 10 minutes in. Look out for birdlife including kererū amid the trees, and don’t forget a towel if you’re planning on taking a dip.

Te Mata Park

At 1300 feet high, Te Mata is the tallest point in the area. It offers 360-degree views of the wine-growing region, deep valleys, and sprawling wetlands that stretch to the sea. The park is run by the community and offers hiking and biking trails. However, you do not actually have to hike up Te Mata Peak to experience it, as a road leads to the top, and you’ll even find a restaurant up there.

Waimārama Beach

The half-hour drive southeast is rewarded with excellent surf that laps the swathe of sand protected by Kuku rocks. Despite shallow waters, you’ll need to be wary of rip tides — the beach is patrolled by lifeguards between December and late March. Fishing is a popular pastime here, and you won’t have to venture far from land to catch crayfish and flounder.