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Rotorua City Homestay
Rotorua City Homestay 
1406c Pukuatua Street, Rotorua
+64 21 02529145
Innkeeper: Mike and Peter
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Rive Gauche Boutique B&B
Rive Gauche Boutique B&B 
128 Ferndale Way RD4, 3384 Taupo
+64 7 3776167, +64 21 0506735, +64 27 4894250
Innkeeper: Lynne Fauchelle and Jim Veitch
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Landing Cottage Luxury Bed & Breakfast
Landing Cottage Luxury Bed & Breakfast 
184 Landing Road, 0230 Kerikeri
+64 9 4017974, +64 27 6444494
Innkeeper: Elaine and Ian McGovern
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Motuhora Rise B&B
Motuhora Rise B&B 
2 Motuhora Rise, 3158 Whakatane
+64 7 3070224, +64 7 3070541
Innkeeper: Jeff and Toni Spellmeyer
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Waihi Beach Lodge
Waihi Beach Lodge 
170 Seaforth Road, Waihi Beach
+64 7 8635818, +64 21 657888, +64 7 8635815
Innkeeper: Greg Whyte and Ali Lawn
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About New Zealand Bed & Breakfasts
Bed and breakfast accommodations in New Zealand are quite diverse and may vary from a bit expensive historic luxurious homes to moderately priced simple private homes. There is diversity also in the type of location - numerous B&Bs enjoy oceanfront location in busy resorts and cities, at the same time other B&B are tucked away in native bush and offer unsurpassed seclusion. B&Bs can be modernly designed villas or restored historic homes. Unlike genuine bed and breakfasts, in New Zealand ones very often the proprietors do not live on premises though they own the place and supply breakfast each morning. Breakfast is quite various depending on the guests preferences. It can be a full English, Scottish or continental depending on the location of the establishment. B&B is a wonderful way to explore New Zealand off-the-beaten-track.

New Zealand is located in the Pacific Ocean to the south-east of Australia comprising of two large and numerous small islands. The country is one of the top travel destinations in the world for the last five years as wells one of the top countries for long term travel. Simply put, no matter how much time you have planned to stay in New Zealand, you have to plan to stay twice as long. Some specialists recommend staying at least three weeks on each island of the two big ones, in order to see, taste, hear and do most of what the country offers. Boasting endless acres of unspoiled forests, mountains and superb beaches, bustling cities and secluded settlements, New Zealand offers numerous activities and amusements applying to almost everyone's tastes. Several of its most prominent cities are Auckland (the largest), Wellington (the windy city), Rotorua (geyser and Maori land), Nelson (national parkland), Christchurch (the garden city), Queenstown (adventure and adrenaline spot).
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