One of the world’s most luxurious boutique lodges. Cottages are dotted around the pristine pastures of the Wharekauhau Country Estate,
each with commanding vistas across the windswept Palliser Bay. World class chefs provide a gourmet experience that many remember for a lifetime, coupled with our extensive wine list.
This old woolshed has a fireplace for cooler nights and retains all its ‘working’ days charm.The open plan comfortably sleeps 8eight perfect for Rimutaka Cycle Trail riders or weekenders. Walk surrounding farm land for NZ landscapes, lakes, forests and bird-life. Just 30 minutes from Martinborough, Lake Ferry and Greytown! Look for the big red woolshed on Western Lake Road.
A historical farm house with character accommodation for up to eight guests, Western Lake Bach is a place to relax and enjoy the outdoors. Originally called 'The Shearers Quarters', the bach is one of the oldest houses in the area. Adjacent to Battery Hill, its right on the cycle trail, 32km from Featherston and has spectacular views of the Wairarapa Valley.
This accommodation is perfect for a half way stop on the trail. Let the peace and tranquility of Waituna Homestead, Cottage & Haven refresh your soul. The property is available as a B&B in a separate wing of the Homestead, with two lovely queen bedrooms with guest bathroom, a self-catered three-bedroom Cottage, that sleeps up to nine guests, or the Haven, which has four bedrooms and sleeps up to 10 guests.
Historic sheep and beef station between the Rimutaka Ranges and Lake Wairarapa in the heart of the Trail. Waiorongomai Station offers a variety of self-contained accommodation options, including a beautiful homestead (sleeps 20) and three farm cottages (sleeps two-eight).
Martinborough, near the Rimutaka Cycle Trail, is the wine village famous for world class Pinot Noir. The Martinborough Hotel, right on the square, welcomes cyclists and has the storage and deep baths every hard working cyclist needs. Retaurants, bars and vineyards surround
Martinborough - a must do diversion from the trail.
Te Rakau Accommodation and Birding Tours offers unique accommodation in converted train carriages at the southern end of Western Lake Road. There are fully guided half & full-day bird watching tours to see wetland & fresh water estuary birds around Lake Onoke and coastal & marine birds along Onoke Spit.
Ideally located approximately 100m from the Rimutaka Cycle Trail in the centre of the Hutt Valley, overlooking the river below.Silverstream
Retreat offers a range of fully serviced motel units with free Wi-Fi. Other accommodation and meal options available for groups of 20 or more.
Rimutaka Shuttles provide walkers and cycle transport along the Rimutaka Cycle Trail, including Featherston, Cross Creek, Martinborough, Kaitoke and Wellington. With pick up and drop off service at designated points and times between Wellington and Featherston, Martinborough and other Wairarapa towns by arrangement.
Lake Meadows is a charming old homestead just a few hundred meters north of where the cycle trail hits the Cross Creek and Western Lake Road intersection.
There are three double bedrooms in this full of character house which holds a history dating back to 1885. After a long ride you can relax in the garden and refresh in the swimming pool.
Hutt & City Taxis offers transfers for walkers, cyclists and cycles between Wellington, Wainuiomata, the Hutt Valley and Kaitoke. Special
fixed rates offer reliable options for two or seven, from where you're staying to trail start / finish points. Call us on 04 570 0057, or email us.
The Green Jersey Cycle Tour Company offers fully guided tours, supported rides and cycle hire. Our licensed mini-bus means we can offer side excursions to enjoy the boutique Martinborough wine trail and shuttle services. Something to suit everyone, from absolute beginners to
Your ride, your way. Bike and accessory hire, baggage transfers and shuttles, information and inspiration. From DIY adventures to supported multi-day trips, Cycle Rimutaka can help bring your Rimutaka Cycle Trail experience to life!
The Alfred Memelink Artspace is more than just a gallery, it supports the local art community by displaying local art by local artists. Located on
the eastern side of the Petone Esplanade, you will find a wide range of original paintings, prints, photography, ceramics, art jewellery and gifts.
Be sure to call in here as part of your Rimutaka Cycle Trail experience.