Well-appointed, 3-storey, self-contained lodge with 8 modern bedrooms
Kakatu Retreat is the ultimate getaway for disabled travellers, providing full disability facilities
Free Parking Free WIFI Disabled Facilities
Stephen & Mary welcome you to Kakatu Retreat Bed and Breakfast located in the quiet Ocean Ridge subdivision just five minutes from the Kaikoura town centre. Relax and enjoy the breathtaking views of The Kaikouras mountain range from your spacious luxury room, or take every opportunity to explore the nearby cycling and walking tracks and or play a game of golf both are accessible at the end of the property .
The home features spacious guest living and dining facilities, expansive decks capturing the sun, and a balcony with views of the mountain ranges. Start the day with an outdoor coffee on the balcony in the morning, with provisions for a delicious self-serve continental breakfast available for you to enjoy at your own leisure. After a day of exploring, sit out on the deck and watch the sun go down behind the mountains, or retreat inside the guest living area with cozy lounge seating, a library, flatscreen TV and free Wi-Fi.
Designed for easy access, Kakatu Retreat offers a relaxing getaway for all travellers and mobility requirements. 4 x accessible rooms feature luxury electric height-adjustable beds, memory foam mattresses, wide corridors and a spacious bathroom with flat floor shower and hand rails. There is a lift available for easy access between levels, and the expansive decks are a great spot to enjoy the all-day sunshine.
We look forward to you staying with us where you can relax and unwind, or explore and experience the many of Kaikoura’s attractions and its beautiful coastline.
Few places in the world can boast of such natural wonders as those offered by the land and ocean at Kaikoura.
The seaside settlement is the most northern district in the Canterbury region located on the east coast of the South Island (an ideal location for both north and southbound travellers).
Kaikoura is 2.5 hours drive from Christchurch, 1.5 hours from Blenheim and only 2 hours from Picton – the gateway to the North Island.