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Step into a world of luxury at Solitaire Lodge, perched on the edge of the serene Lake Tarawera. Your two night stay ticks everything off your wish list including a boat excursion to Tarawera Thermal Springs, spectacular food and wine, kayaking across the glassy waters and envious lake views.
Situated on the edge of the secluded Lake Tarawera, Solitaire Lodge is home to nine luxurious suites that make the most of the wondrous location. You'll be staying in an Executive Suite, complete with a plush super king bed, grand picture windows, private balcony with stunning lake vistas and an opulent freestanding bath big enough for two. Count down the days however you desire and at a pace set by you. Indulge in the luxurious amenities at hand or head out to iconic Rotorua activities only 20 minutes away. Your stay includes a complimentary mini bar with an extensive selection of alcoholic and non alcoholic beverages, pre-dinner drinks and canapes, five course dinner, full country breakfasts and a light lunch, as well as a boat excursion to the Natural Thermal Springs of Lake Tarawera. Here, enjoy the serenity of soaking in the thermal waters as the morning sun filters through the native bush.
Block out dates apply: 1 November 2021-31 March 2022.
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This voucher is valid for two people.
Please advise any dietary requirements at the time of booking
This experience takes place in Lake Tarawera, Rotorua.