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Vacation rentals in Ōpōtiki

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Private room in Opotiki
Daisy's Lane
A lovely villa set in gardens and back off the street. Two minutes walk to town centre and all facilities. I have dogs that are friendly and MOSTLY live outside although they have been known to sneak in!! I live about 5 minutes from the Motu Trails; you can walk to the river and a short drive to two beaches. Dogs are welcome BUT by prior arrangement and a fee of 10.00 per night we can also provide continental breakfast $8.00 per head and dinner,$15.00 per head prior arrangement needed..
$42 per night
Farm stay in Opotiki
Longview Cottage - peace and quiet.
My place is close to beaches, bush and the famous Motu cycle way. You’ll love my place because of the friendly welcome, the little extras AND the comfy bed!! Only 2 hours driving from either Tauranga, Rotorua or Gisborne - a good resting point. Lovely quiet cottage set on lifestyle block with many chickens and sheep. 3 minutes driving to fabulous Waiotahi beach and only 10 minutes into Opotiki for cafes and shopping. Peace and tranquility - leave the city behind.
$62 per night
Home in Ōpōtiki
Home away from Home
Indulge in an unforgettable holiday. Where you can relax, can go for a swim in nearby beaches or rivers, cycling around town or the Motu Trails, or simply sit on the deck, have a bbq while enjoying the panoramic views of the Raukumara mountain ranges. The house is very much accessible to the town. 3 minutes drive to Opotiki township. This property is only a stone's throw away from the famous Opotiki Golf Course. Very quiet and situated in the most sought suburb.
$156 per night

Stay near Ōpōtiki's top sights

Photo of New World Opotiki
New World Opotiki9 locals recommend
Photo of Two Fish Cafe
Two Fish Cafe6 locals recommend
Photo of Masonic Hotel
Masonic Hotel4 locals recommend
Photo of Motu Trails: Dunes Trail start
Motu Trails: Dunes Trail start12 locals recommend
Photo of Opotiki Heritage & Agricultural Society
Opotiki Heritage & Agricultural Society3 locals recommend
Photo of Motu Trails Ltd
Motu Trails Ltd5 locals recommend

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Guest suite in Opotiki
Ohiwa Seascape Studios - West Sea
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Guesthouse in Waiotahe
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$113 per night
Private room in Waiotahi
Waiotahe Dairy Farm Hideout - Room 2
$55 per night
Cottage in Opotiki
Beautiful cottage, close to beach and Motu Trail.
$84 per night
Rental unit in Waiotahi
Ohiwa Harbour Studio Apartment
$78 per night
Guest suite in Ohope
Citrus Suite by the Beach
$60 per night
Guesthouse in Waiotahe
Opotiki - Waiotahe Drifts Beach Pod
$71 per night
Vacation home in Waiotahe
A Place To Stay
$81 per night
Guest suite in Ōhope
Adorable 1 bedroom apartment with its own entrance
$66 per night
Guest suite in Ohope
Ocean Breeze Studio - Ohope Beach - Amazing Views.
$97 per night

Your guide to Ōpōtiki

All About Ōpōtiki

Framed by two rivers on three sides as they converge into the Pacific Ocean, the small coastal town of Ōpōtiki is on the Bay of Plenty on New Zealand’s North Island. The town is known as the Gateway to the East Cape and is one of the earliest Māori settlements in the country. Carved wooden pouwhenua posts welcome visitors to the town and the beach, showing the importance Ōpōtiki has in Māori history.

The main street in the town center is lined with architecture from the early 20th century, including its Art Deco community movie theater from 1926, as well as colorful murals from local artists. A footbridge leads from the town onto the beach, where you can surf or spend time sunbathing.

The rivers of Waioeka and Otara meet at Ōpōtiki Wharf, which has rope swings and a slide and is a prime spot for swimming and fishing. Ōpōtiki is surrounded by natural beauty, including the Hukutaia Domain nature reserve and Raukumara Conservation Park, which are easily explored through the cycle trails through the dunes that head along the coastline.

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

Ōpōtiki sits on the Bay of Plenty, which is known for its outdoor activities that bring numerous visitors in spring and summer (October to March), when temperatures are at their highest. From the second half of December until the end of February, Ōpōtiki holds its summer festival, with a Christmas parade, fishing tournament, and the Ōpōtiki Lantern Festival with live music, food stalls, and all-ages entertainment. If you arrive in Ōpōtiki in the fall (March to June) and winter (June to September), temperatures are much cooler, but there are many cloudless days perfect for hiking.

What are the top things to do in Ōpōtiki?

Ōpōtiki Heritage and Agricultural Museum

Housed in the former Road Services Depot in the heart of town, the Ōpōtiki Heritage and Agricultural Museum gives you a deeper understanding of the history of Ōpōtiki and the local area. It features 12 themed rooms across three floors that tell the stories of Māori settlers and the shipping industry, with many artifacts and ephemera on display, including agricultural equipment, a complete barber shop, and a 1950s general store.

Dunes Trail

Starting from the Memorial Park Reserve, head out on your bike or on foot across the Pakowhai ki Otutaopuku Bridge along the gravel path of the Dunes Trail. The full trail is over six miles long, taking you as far as the Tirohanga Conservation Reserve. Follow the coastal path through the sand dunes and along the Pacific Coast, with plenty of places to stop for a picnic, including Hukuwai Beach.

Hukutaia Domain Reserve

Take a five-mile journey south of town to walk around the Hukutaia Domain, a 11-acre forest reserve. The 20-minute trail will lead you through a multitude of native flora to one of the most sacred trees in the area: Taketakerau, or the Millennium Tree, is more than 2,000 years old. The site of this hollow, 75-foot-tall puriri tree was once a burial place for a local tribe.

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