Nestled on a hillside in regenerating native bush, featuring stunning views of the Hauraki Gulf, Buffalo Lodge is an architecturally designed rustic lodge that blends nature with relaxed comfort.
Recently renovated, it’s ideal for a retreat, or as a home base for exploring the renowned beaches and hiking trails of the Coromandel. Take in the sea views, lush surroundings, and memorable sunsets from the sundeck while enjoying your new home away from home.
There are 4 guest rooms total at Buffalo Lodge, so outside of your private room and bathroom, you might have neighbours sharing public spaces (i.e., the sundeck, library, lounge, and dining hall) with you. It’s a wonderful place to meet people but, if you’re preferring privacy, there is plenty of space for you to be on your own as well.
Rooms 1 and 2 in Buffalo Lodge each have their own private deck, and they are located next to each other on the main floor.
Rooms 3 and 4 are located upstairs and, though they don’t have private decks attached to them, they have stunning views, their own private bathrooms and are on opposite sides of the newly renovated library.
Room 4 is the Primary Bedroom — it offers the most space of any of the 4 rooms and has some lovely, unique features to it.
Buffalo Lodge is located within the Whakanekeneke Catchment Area of the Coromandel Range. Surrounded by regenerating native bush, the neighbourhood is quiet and secluded while still offering easy access to Coromandel Town and the local hot spots.
Outside of the stunning beaches and hikes, Coromandel Town is also home to a rich community of artists from around the world.
The Driving Creek Railway and Pottery, in particular, is a must see, but you also won’t want to miss the Coromandel Arts Tour or a visit to local artists’ galleries.