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Kaeppeli's Bed and Breakfast

A little patch of paradise looking out over the Pacific Ocean.
A quiet peaceful place with outstanding sea views.

  • COMFORTABLE SELF-CONTAINED PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION
  • White sands, dream beaches
  • Explore the Coromandel
  • COMFORTABLE SELF-CONTAINED PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION

    COMFORTABLE SELF-CONTAINED PRIVATE ACCOMMODATION

    Changing market in Covid times

    Kaeppeli's Bed and Breakfast is adjusting to the changing market in sometimes challenging times we are experiencing.
    With a name change to KAEPPELI'S KUAOTUNU, we have adapted to suit our independent Kiwi Guests, making the accommodation more self-contained and private.
    A Breakfast Basket can be ordered on booking, which will be placed in your room prior to your arrival. Guests can either enjoy breakfast in their accommodation or in the panoramic gazebo.

    Kaeppeli's has commanding views over bush, beach and bay. Nestled on the hill above Kuaotunu Beach and beside Matarangi reserve. Abundant bird life and friendly farm animals add to this peaceful setting far removed from city life. A perfect place to relax, unwind, enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds you. Rooms are bright, sunny and comfortable, all with their own bathrooms, private entrances and decks.

  • White sands, dream beaches

    White sands, dream beaches

    Kuaotunu has a choice of some of the worlds most beautiful beaches. Clean, white sandy beaches with safe swimming. Crystal clear water. Rock pools to explore, always fun for young and old.

    • It's about a seven-minute walk to the beach
    • Beach towels available
    • Several secluded beaches to enjoy
  • Explore the Coromandel

    Explore the Coromandel

    Coromandel Peninsula is an outdoor paradise offering pristine beaches, sportfishing, boating and wilderness treks in tranquil surroundings.

    Some of the suggested highlights include:

    • Cathedral Cove
    • Hot Water Beach
    • Coromandel Coastal Walkway and Karangahake Gorge
    • Driving Creek Railway
    • New Chum Beach - Wainuiototo

Kaeppeli's Kuaotunu
Back to Paradise

Self contained accommodation, Kuaotunu, Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

A peaceful, friendly haven, the perfect place to relax, be yourself and enjoy the natural beauty and tranquillity that surrounds you. Child friendly, away from the main road, away from the hectic, all with a rustic touch and welcoming pets. Make yourself at home in your comfortable room and wake to the call of tui and bellbirds, the Pacific Ocean sparkling in the sun, panoramic views out to the islands and Coromandel Range. Cooking facilities and barbeque are available if you wish to self-cater. There are also various dining options in the area, including Luke’s Kitchen just down the road.

Kuaotunu and the surrounding area has clean, safe, white, sandy unspoilt beaches, kayaking, tennis, fishing, golf, cycling plus creative local arts and crafts for the shoppers. Step out of your room, into the bush for a 5km bush walk in the Matarangi Reserve. Take a shorter 1 hour loop track if you’d prefer.
Jill will gladly explain your options and provide a map.


Kaeppeli's is an ideal place to stay for exploring the rest of the Coromandel.dogfriendly logo

Dog friendly Accommodation

 

  • Nikki - Jan 2020 - Chester, England, United Kingdom

    Best b&b in New Zealand - Magical place overlooking the ocean. We had a 2 night stay here in the (Kaiwanga Room)and I think it has been the best place we have stayed during our holiday. It’s an idyllic little spot on a hill, overlooking the ocean. We could have spent all day just looking at the ever changing Ocean view. The room was very clean and fresh and led straight on to a fab little deck (overlooking a well kept garden)on which we enjoyed several glasses of wine!

    There were self catering and dining facilities inside and out, and the gorgeous restaurant Luke’s Kitchen, which was so busy we had a takeout from the campsite and ate on our deck overlooking the view.

    The breakfast was fantastic with fresh fruit from the garden (plums and mountain paw paw). Our products were local and/or environmentally friendly.

    Host was fantastic too.
  • Vicky - Jan 2020 - London, United Kingdom

    Idyllic hideaway with a terrific owner

    We had been recommended Kaeppeli’s by two lots of friends and we were not disappointed. Our separate bungalow with two bedrooms, simply but comfortably furnished with all amenities even a hairdryer, and a fabulous terrace had wonderful views and some friendly goats to eat our organic kitchen waste!

    The plums were in season and it was fantastic to pluck a couple off the tree returning home, and to eat them stewed for breakfast as part of the spread Jill provides each morning in the gazebo also with fabulous views.

    A great bonus to be on the round walk of the surrounding areas through the kauri forests and the views over the bays. Sadly two nights was all too short, one should really chill out and unwind in this magical place and explore the area more. Or simply sit and read!
  • Nikki - Jan 2020 - Chester, England, United Kingdom

    Best b&b in New Zealand - Magical place overlooking the ocean. We had a 2 night stay here in the (Kaiwanga Room)and I think it has been the best place we have stayed during our holiday. It’s an idyllic little spot on a hill, overlooking the ocean. We could have spent all day just looking at the ever changing Ocean view. The room was very clean and fresh and led straight on to a fab little deck (overlooking a well kept garden)on which we enjoyed several glasses of wine!

    There were self catering and dining facilities inside and out, and the gorgeous restaurant Luke’s Kitchen, which was so busy we had a takeout from the campsite and ate on our deck overlooking the view.

    The breakfast was fantastic with fresh fruit from the garden (plums and mountain paw paw). Our products were local and/or environmentally friendly.

    Host was fantastic too.
  • Vicky - Jan 2020 - London, United Kingdom

    Idyllic hideaway with a terrific owner

    We had been recommended Kaeppeli’s by two lots of friends and we were not disappointed. Our separate bungalow with two bedrooms, simply but comfortably furnished with all amenities even a hairdryer, and a fabulous terrace had wonderful views and some friendly goats to eat our organic kitchen waste!

    The plums were in season and it was fantastic to pluck a couple off the tree returning home, and to eat them stewed for breakfast as part of the spread Jill provides each morning in the gazebo also with fabulous views.

    A great bonus to be on the round walk of the surrounding areas through the kauri forests and the views over the bays. Sadly two nights was all too short, one should really chill out and unwind in this magical place and explore the area more. Or simply sit and read!
  • Nikki - Jan 2020 - Chester, England, United Kingdom

    Best b&b in New Zealand - Magical place overlooking the ocean. We had a 2 night stay here in the (Kaiwanga Room)and I think it has been the best place we have stayed during our holiday. It’s an idyllic little spot on a hill, overlooking the ocean. We could have spent all day just looking at the ever changing Ocean view. The room was very clean and fresh and led straight on to a fab little deck (overlooking a well kept garden)on which we enjoyed several glasses of wine!

    There were self catering and dining facilities inside and out, and the gorgeous restaurant Luke’s Kitchen, which was so busy we had a takeout from the campsite and ate on our deck overlooking the view.

    The breakfast was fantastic with fresh fruit from the garden (plums and mountain paw paw). Our products were local and/or environmentally friendly.

    Host was fantastic too.
  • Vicky - Jan 2020 - London, United Kingdom

    Idyllic hideaway with a terrific owner

    We had been recommended Kaeppeli’s by two lots of friends and we were not disappointed. Our separate bungalow with two bedrooms, simply but comfortably furnished with all amenities even a hairdryer, and a fabulous terrace had wonderful views and some friendly goats to eat our organic kitchen waste!

    The plums were in season and it was fantastic to pluck a couple off the tree returning home, and to eat them stewed for breakfast as part of the spread Jill provides each morning in the gazebo also with fabulous views.

    A great bonus to be on the round walk of the surrounding areas through the kauri forests and the views over the bays. Sadly two nights was all too short, one should really chill out and unwind in this magical place and explore the area more. Or simply sit and read!
  • Nikki - Jan 2020 - Chester, England, United Kingdom

    Best b&b in New Zealand - Magical place overlooking the ocean. We had a 2 night stay here in the (Kaiwanga Room)and I think it has been the best place we have stayed during our holiday. It’s an idyllic little spot on a hill, overlooking the ocean. We could have spent all day just looking at the ever changing Ocean view. The room was very clean and fresh and led straight on to a fab little deck (overlooking a well kept garden)on which we enjoyed several glasses of wine!

    There were self catering and dining facilities inside and out, and the gorgeous restaurant Luke’s Kitchen, which was so busy we had a takeout from the campsite and ate on our deck overlooking the view.

    The breakfast was fantastic with fresh fruit from the garden (plums and mountain paw paw). Our products were local and/or environmentally friendly.

    Host was fantastic too.
  • Vicky - Jan 2020 - London, United Kingdom

    Idyllic hideaway with a terrific owner

    We had been recommended Kaeppeli’s by two lots of friends and we were not disappointed. Our separate bungalow with two bedrooms, simply but comfortably furnished with all amenities even a hairdryer, and a fabulous terrace had wonderful views and some friendly goats to eat our organic kitchen waste!

    The plums were in season and it was fantastic to pluck a couple off the tree returning home, and to eat them stewed for breakfast as part of the spread Jill provides each morning in the gazebo also with fabulous views.

    A great bonus to be on the round walk of the surrounding areas through the kauri forests and the views over the bays. Sadly two nights was all too short, one should really chill out and unwind in this magical place and explore the area more. Or simply sit and read!

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40 Gray Ave. Kuaotunu, 3592, Whitianga
Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand
Telephone +64 (0)7 866 2445, Mobile +64 (0)27 656 34 42