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Cottage in Kinloch
Whakaipo Cottage, tranquility, comfort and views
This cozy cottage offers beautiful views! With a covered outdoor area with bifold windows, you will be able to enjoy them at any time. Tranquility, comfort and relaxation, just a few minutes away from lake Taupo and only 10 minutes drive to Taupo town - This place is perfect to escape real life and enjoy a break! It is private with modern furniture, a well equipped kitchen and and alpacas just outside, which you can feed. Plenty of parking space!
$70 per night
Guesthouse in Kinloch
Lake view B&B Studio
Our new warm and sunny Lake view studio is in a garden setting located adjacent to our Lake front residence. Off street parking, direct access to the Lake. Small kitchen with microwave, Nespresso coffee machine, fridge, jug, toaster, Weber BBQ, own private en-suite. Super King size bed, Leather couch, desk. Heat pump for Summer cooling or heating during the Winter months. Complementary continental breakfast is left in your room. Free view TV.
$122 per night
Guesthouse in Kinloch
Cosy self-contained unit.
This is a fully private self contained unit. Queen size bed in separate bedroom, complete kitchen and bathroom, includes heat pump and washing machine. Short stroll through the park to beach and general store. Conveniently centrally located to all the walks and mountain bike tracks that Kinloch has to offer. Freeview TV, Wifi , off street parking. Breakfast not included.
$96 per night

Stay near Kinloch's top sights

Photo of L'arté Cafe & Gallery
L'arté Cafe & Gallery70 locals recommend
Photo of The Bay Bar and Brasserie
The Bay Bar and Brasserie25 locals recommend
Photo of Kinloch Store
Kinloch Store11 locals recommend
Photo of Tipsy Trout
Tipsy Trout12 locals recommend
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Kinloch Manor & Villas4 locals recommend
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Acacia Bay Store7 locals recommend

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Lago Vista amazing lake views
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Pad at the Poplars - Kinloch, Lake Taupo
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Lochmere Cottage
$132 per night
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817A On the Lake at Acacia Bay
$141 per night
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Adorable One Bedroom Romantic Getaway
$136 per night
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Haven in Taupō
$58 per night
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Quiet and out of town
$82 per night

Your guide to Kinloch

Welcome to Kinloch

The Waikato region of New Zealand astounds with its pastoral beauty. Undulating green pasturelands unfurl alongside gorgeous lakes, the rushing Waikato River, and volcanic black-sand beaches. Dairy and sheep farms dot the landscape, as do rows of grapevines that power the area’s celebrated wine scene. Thermal waters feed steamy hot springs, and picturesque waterfalls churn up mist from the pools below.

Perched on the edge of serene Lake Taupō — the largest lake in Waikato — is little Kinloch, a popular town devoted to all things outdoors. Here you can go boating on Lake Taupō, fish for trout in the Waikato River, and tee off at the area’s vaunted golf courses, including one designed by a famous golfer. Kinloch is also a magnet for cyclists, who come here to navigate the scenic and challenging Great Lake Trail, which circumnavigates Lake Taupō. Visitors who prefer a more low-key approach to sightseeing can hop on one of the many hiking trails that thread through the unblemished landscape.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Kinloch?

Spring and summer are the high seasons here, when balmy weather attracts visitors who come here for outdoor adventure. Crowds lessen in fall, although cyclists and golfers find plenty to do here. In winter, Kinloch can be a low-key base for exploring the region’s ski areas. In November, the Lake Taupō Cycle Challenge, the country’s largest cyclist event, featuring thousands of riders and cheering fans, shoots through Kinloch.

What are the top things to do in Kinloch?

Great Lake Trails

Mountain bikers flock to the gateway village of this storied biking trail that offers breathtaking downhills, challenging switchbacks, and epic scenery. Traversing the rim of Lake Taupo, the trail offers sweeping views of waterfalls, gorges, rock formations, and beautiful Tongariro National Park. Seasoned cyclists can tick this ride off their bucket lists, while families and casual riders can hop on easier stretches for a unique way to experience the Waikato landscape.

Maori Rock Carvings

These large, intricate rock carvings, created over the course of four years by artist Matahi Brightwell and completed in 1980, represent some of New Zealand’s most significant modern Maori artworks. They’re accessible only by water, so you can hire a boat to take you to these nearly 50-foot-high cliffside masterpieces, or if you’re feeling ambitious, hop in a kayak and paddle over on your own.

Huka Falls

These gorgeous falls astound viewers with their sheer volume. Every 11 seconds, enough water thunders from the top of the fall to the gorge below to fill an Olympic swimming pool. Begin your trip to the falls with a hike that takes you past natural hot springs, which you can access from a well-marked trail, where you can ponder the restorative power of water as you luxuriate in the thermal pools.

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