Strategically situated on the tourist trail, Hahei accommodation is the ideal bed and breakfast facility for those out to explore the Hahei Beach, Cathedral Cove, Marine Reserve and other close-by Coromandel hotspots.
Whitianga, New Zealand -- (SBWIRE) -- 10/19/2012 -- For those on a beach holiday to the Coromandel peninsula, Hahei Bed and Breakfast offers the best stay option owing to its vantage location and proximity to the Hahei Beach, Cathedral Cove, Hot Water Beach and other tourist destinations in this coastal region. Providing scenic sea views, lush landscapes and serene surroundings, this Hahei accommodation, with its relaxing and picturesque ambience, helps slip into the holiday mood to explore Hahei, a picturesque pink sandy beach that offers fine dining, cafes, cultural activities, galleries and loads of action.
The 1.5km-long Hahei Beach not only serves as a gateway to tourist spots like the Cathedral Cove and Marine Reserve but is also famous for its Te Pare point historic reserve at its southern tip. There are plenty of picturesque tracks which take the tourists to Gemstone Bay, Mares Leg and Cathedral Cove. The Cathedral Cove car park can be reached on foot and is at the western end of Hahei Beach. The vehicles can be plied only up to Grange Road and Cathedral Cove accommodation is also available.
The Coromandel Marine Reserve, which was officially named in the early 1990s, can conveniently be reached from Hahei Beach and Cathedral Cove. It is christened Te Whanganui-A-Hei after a Maori chief who landed on the Te Arawa waka (canoe) during the Polynesian migration to New Zealand in the 1300s. Situated near these tourist spots, Hahei B&B is thus a well-connected Coromandel accommodation.
Further, there is the Cook Beach, a 3km crescent-shaped sandy stretch flanked by Shakespeare Cliff to the west and the picnic spot of the Purangi River to the east. It can be reached from Highway 25. Sandwiched between Cooks Beach and Flaxmill Bay, the Shakespeare Cliff is a spectacular reserve. A very short track from here connects to a strategic spot that offers marvelous views of Mercury Bay.
Another hotspot of the area is the Hot Water Beach, where natural hot water bubbles forth from the sand. There are two fissures at Hot Water Beach that eject scorching jets of water at 64°C (147°F) at 15 liters/minute. The best time to visit Hot Water Beach is a few hours before or after low tide in normal sea conditions. Hot water beach accommodation can also be easily availed.
About Hahei Bed and Breakfast
Conveniently connected to most of these coastal destinations, Hahei B&B (http://www.haheibandb.co.nz/), with its four well-furnished rooms with suites, lounges and private decks where breakfast is dished out in alfresco style, is a hot stay option in Coromandel country.
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