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ECO-MMODATION

The Landing

Tucked away on 1,000 acres in the Bay of Islands, The Landing is an unforgettable, fully sustainable retreat. Four individually designed residences are purposely positioned for peace and privacy and with six private beaches, it’s own yacht and access to their local team your stay at The Landing will be entirely tailored to your family.

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SUSTAINABLE CREDENTIALS

  • The first luxury lodge in New Zealand to be certified carbonzero which they achieved through the native bushland on the property.
  • The Residences have been designed with key sustainable architectural features such as optimal solar orientation and thermal massing making use of heat from the sun.
  • Conservation strategies including habitat restoration and protection, and a predator control programme to attract native wildlife to the area.
  • The Landing has planted more than one million trees and plants across the property.
  • On-site fruit & vegetable gardens, free range chickens and bees provide 25% of the ingredients used in meals. Kitchen scraps are set aside for local pig farmers.
  • The winery has a passive venting system, LED lighting and tank insulation to reduce energy required for refrigeration. All grape waste is composted.

The Landing has four extraordinary properties, each varying in size and design. The Cooper Residence sits on the headland with 360-degree views of the ocean and countryside. The Gabriel Residence has four bedrooms and is surrounded by lush farmland, while the Vineyard Villa, as its name suggests, is tucked among the vines. The Boathouse is waterfront and has huge bi-fold doors on three sides, offering remarkable views over the bay.

From the moment you arrive, your personal concierge will begin tailoring your stay. You’ll have the opportunity to explore the charismatic Bay of Island’s on board the Landing’s yacht the ‘Iti Rangi’. Retire for the evening with a bottle of wine from the neighbouring vineyard and you’ll be comforted that elusive magic still exists in some parts of the world.

BWW LOVES IT BECAUSE…

The acknowledgement of Maori is everywhere, from the 15-metre sculpture that greets you on arrival to the appreciation of the land that once was a Maori village called Te Puna.

HIGHLIGHTS

  • 4 individually designed, luxurious residences.
  • Six private beaches
  • Award-winning vineyard
  • Use of Kayaks, paddleboards, mountain bikes & snorkelling gear.
  • Private Chef available (extra fee)
  • Private use of the Landing’s yacht (the Iti Rangi)

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