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Guesthouse in Raglan
Central studio location
Just 1.3km or 16min walk from Raglan town, with water access directly across the street! Our newly built studio has everything you need; ensuite with shower and bath, tv, wifi, chrome cast, washer dryer machine, kitchenette with hot plate and air fryer oven and bbq It would best suit 2 people, but the couch does pull out to a double bed and we have a portacot available. As shown in the photos the studio is attached under our home where we live with our small children and very friendly lab Max.
$73 per night
Guest suite in Raglan
Sunshine Studio
Kick back and relax in the calm and relaxing Sunshine studio. With your own private entrance, and backyard this cute Air BNB is perfect for your next weekend getaway or mid week escape. Unwind in the backyard hosting an outdoor fireplace, large deck which soaks up the evening sun. Lorenzon bay is a 3 minute walk away where you can enjoy the stunning harbour views lined by cute sailing yaughts. The Sunshine Studio hosts a comfortable queen bed, large walk in wardrobe, ensuite and kitchenette.
$74 per night
Private room in Raglan
Modern studio with own deck
Relax in your private room with ensuite at our new home on the up and coming Rangitahi Peninsula. You will have your own entrance and deck, offering superb views of Mt Karioi and lovely sunsets. We are five minutes' drive, or 10 minutes' bike ride to the town centre or the main surf beach. There is a jug, toaster and fridge but no cooking facilities. Enjoy Raglan's many cafes and restaurants. Take our kayak for a paddle on the nearby harbour or explore the local trails and green spaces.
$56 per night
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Stay near Raglan's top sights

Photo of Bridal Veil Falls
Bridal Veil Falls119 locals recommend
Photo of Raglan Fish
Raglan Fish29 locals recommend
Photo of Raglan Wharf
Raglan Wharf28 locals recommend
Photo of The Shack
The Shack74 locals recommend
Photo of Orca Restaurant and Bar
Orca Restaurant and Bar65 locals recommend
Photo of Raglan Roast
Raglan Roast41 locals recommend

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Raglan Silos - Harbour apartment
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Private room in Raglan
Warm and sunny private room in quiet location.
$45 per night
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MoonlightBay- Views, Beach, Kayak & Wine tasting!
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Sunny Studio. Self Contained. Walk to town & Beach
$119 per night
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Your guide to Raglan

All About Raglan

The town of Raglan is situated on the southern shores of Raglan Harbour, which extends north to Glen Afton on New Zealand’s North Island and is one of three inlets along the Waikato coast. Initially known by its Māori name of Whāingaroa — ‘the long pursuit’ — Raglan is known for its volcanic black sand beaches, dunes, and dune-damned lakes to the north of the harbor mouth. The now-dormant Mount Karioi volcano lies to the southwest of the township, and hikers take to the slopes for incredible views — you can see as far as Mount Taranaki on a clear day.

Raglan’s coastal waters are considered some of the best in the world by surfers, and there are a series of breaks in the local area, including Whale Bay, Indicators, Vortex Bay, and Manu Bay. Bridal Veil Falls and Lake Disappear southeast of Raglan are also both big draws, and the sunsets at the Wainui Reserve are the stuff of postcards.


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

Raglan experiences mild temperatures throughout the year, but they’re at their highest during the summer months of January to March and dip in the winter months of June, July, and August.

Summer accommodation in Raglan is ideal for surfers, backpackers, and nature lovers. There’s a variety of local stalls and produce at Raglan’s summer markets and farmers’ markets, and you’ll find stunning walks through forests and over dedicated tracks that offer amazing clear views on sunny days. An annual music festival takes place in midsummer, featuring a range of local and international acts across four stages.

If you’re visiting Raglan during spring or fall, keep an ear out for annual fashion and art festivals, as well as regular art workshops.


What are the top things to do in Raglan?

Bridal Veil Falls

Fifteen minutes to the southeast of Raglan, the giant Bridal Veil Falls drop into a lagoon 180 feet below, one of the most stunning falls in the country. They’re easily accessible on foot from Raglan town center via a short nature walk. You’ll pass by several viewing platforms where you can see the cascade from various perspectives, and you can venture up to the top platform and look down onto the falls.

Te Toto Gorge Lookout

On your way to Ruapuke Beach, you’ll find the picturesque Te Toto Gorge Lookout. This is the site of three natural coastal amphitheaters, one of which is home to large Māori Gardens. The views of the former gardens are amazing and, if you venture up to the wooden platform, you’ll be rewarded with commanding vistas of the Raglan coastline too.

Kawhia Hot Water Beach

Just an hour away from Raglan, there’s a truly unique beach — there are natural geothermal hot springs under the sand. Visit within two hours either side of low tide to be able to dig your own beach hot tub in and around the dunes and headland. As the tide comes in, your DIY tub will fill up with soothing hot water.

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