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Tourist information
Coromandel visitor centre

Kaeppeli's B&B is a tourist information centre in itself. Jill loves to help plan your days. They will book any activities direct with the operators or with the Coromandel Visitor Centre or Whitianga I Site. Your biggest problem will be, which activities to do.

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If you want to take a boat, walk, run, golf, fish, drive or explore
we will be glad to help you organise your day or complete holiday.
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Guest Comments

Memorable and enchanting — Vicki, Dave & Zoe — 21.01.2000

Although we love our own California coast your view and hospitality seems to dim our beauty quite a lot. Thank you for making my first Kiwi trip so memorable and enchanting. We do hope to be back. Thanks.

Panoramic view — Gordon & Carol / Dave & Hattie — 15.12.1999

Breathtaking, panoramic view. Wonderful setup for two couples in the bungalow. Comfortable beds and great food. Thanks for taking the time to show us the little extras. We'll miss the frolicking dolphins.

Guest Questions

Can you go horse riding in Coromandel?

Yes, we have a few places to ride in our area. Twin Oaks is about 10 minutes drive away. They do a 2 hour trek over expansive farmland and native bush.

Can you hire kayaks anywhere nearby?

The Kuaotunu Motor Camp hires out kayaks at a really reasonable rate. If you wish to do a tour Cathedral Cove Sea Kayaking goes from Hahei.

Jill Kaeppeli, 40 Gray Ave. Kuaotunu, RD2, Whitianga
Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand
Telephone +64 (0)7 866 2445, Mobile +64 (0)27 656 34 42

Kaeppeli's BnB since 1994 — This charming, elevated and romantic accommodation offers a cottage, lodge or home-stay for a peaceful, quiet or active holiday, vacation or weekend. Enjoy secluded beaches and breathtaking sea views.

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