Self contained & self catering accommodation in Punakaiki
Punakaiki has a wide range of self-contained accommodation to choose from. There are numerous holiday homes in lovely locations near the sea or in the bush where you can self cater. There are options for small groups through to large.
Tairawhiti @ Fox River
Close to Punakaiki, the famous Pancake Rocks and the new Paparoa Track.
Spectacular sea views and sunsets from the sunny covered bbq deck.
Privacy and tranquility in a fully equipped holiday home – log-fire, unlimited wifi, linen supplied – sleeps 8.
Located on the beach front, backdropped by towering limestone cliffs and with stunning views out over the Tasman sea to the Pancake Rocks. Seascapes is truly a special home, offering the ultimate West Coast experience. Full Wifi and Linen provided.
Canopy Camping Escapes has gradually curated a collection of special places of the glamping kind, all lovely, and all off the beaten track.
The collection includes beautiful tents surrounded by nature, quirky cabins with packets of personality and secret hideaways that offer something completely unique.
We have two hideaways in the Punakaiki area, both near Fox River. Woodpecker Hut and The Hexagon. www.canopycamping.co.nz/woodpeckerhut www.canopycamping.co.nz/thehexagon
The Punakaiki Treehouse is set in three hectares of native bush, close to the beautiful Truman Track.
It incorporates two self contained studio units, both with decks overlooking the native bush. It also houses the Love Punakaiki luxury couples’ retreat, a two-storied couples’ retreat featuring a bath on the deck, and a treetop conservatory library.
Luxury self-contained house, fantastic sea views, sleeps up to seven people.
Flax Haven has 3 bedrooms sleeping up to 7 people. The sea views from Flax Haven are spectacular, being perched high upon a cliff peering out over the rumbling Tasman Sea. Spa pool, BBQ, TV & DVD, linen.
Treescapes is a brand new two-bedroom house nestled in native bush looking out to the Tasman Sea.
Situated just one kilometre south of the Punakaiki River it’s ideal for Paparoa Track bikers and trampers, road trippers, families, or small groups.