Patangata Valley

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Patangata Valley

Central Hawke's Bay

Patangata Valley is 12 minutes from Waipawa in Central Hawke's Bay and just under 4 hours drive from Wellington.

The safari-style tent sits high on a ridge on Tirohanga Farm - capturing stunning north-west views out over the Hawke's Bay countryside, Tukituki River and the Ruahine Ranges. 

The interior of the tent is spacious - containing a luxurious king-size bed and comfortable sitting area. A changing/luggage area at the rear of the tent leads to an ensuite bathroom.

At the front of the tent, a large covered deck includes a well-equipped lean-to kitchen to the side. An outdoor bath on the other side is perfectly positioned to take in the expansive views and setting sun.

Patangata Valley is a place to relax. Toast marshmallows on the outdoor fire. Soak in the outdoor bath. Reconnect with nature and the seasons. Enjoy the heat of the Hawke's Bay Summer, the changing colours of Autumn and the cosiness of a log burning fire in Winter.

FROM $295 p/n

  • Sleeps 2
address
 

280 Hautope Road, Omakere 4271

directions
 

Patangata Valley is 12 minutes from Waipawa in Central Hawke's Bay. 

Follow the Google Maps directions to the address and once you arrive, enter through the locked gate and follow the 150m long driveway to the campsite.

You will receive a pre-arrival email with the code for the gate lock at the entrance and your host's contact details 5-days prior to your stay.

Note: If you have booked within 5 days and haven't received a pre-arrival email shortly after booking, please email us at [email protected].

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  • eating and drinking

    Patangata Valley is self-catering. Just bring your own food and cook meals using the equipment provided in the kitchen. You'll find all the cutlery, crockery, pots and pans, and utensils that you need.

    If you want a break from cooking at any stage, Patangata Tavern (10 minutes drive away) serve good country-style food and drink. The Paper Mulberry Cafe (20 minutes away) is great for coffee and cake.

    Waipawa (12 minutes away) is the closest place to stock up on groceries.

  • things to do

    Patangata Valley is a place for R&R. Enjoy an outdoor bath while taking in the sensational views - or relax on the deck with a good book.

    The Tukituki River is only 2.5km away and ideal for fishing and a freshwater swim on a hot day.

    Alternatively, head to the coast and take a dip in the ocean - Pourerere Beach, Shoal Bay, Kairakau, Mangakuri and Blackhead Beach are all within easy driving distance. Surfing, diving and charter fishing are all available at Pourere Beach, a 25-minute drive away.

  • your hosts

    Your hosts at Patangata Valley are Andy, Liv and daughter Francesca.

    Andy and Liv bought their farm, Tirohanga in 2017. Tirohanga means 'Place of view' which is very apt for this stunning property overlooking the Tukituki River and Central Hawke's Bay hills.

    Andy and Liv both grew up in the rural community of Central Hawkes Bay. They love living so close to the Tukituki River, Pourere Beach and multiple Hawke's Bay towns -  Waipawa, Waipukurau, Havelock North and Hastings.

    They discovered glamping back in 2015 when they were travelling the world. Whilst travelling through Eastern Africa on a safari, they stayed multiple times in a glamping/permanent camp set up. They both loved the African glamping experience and were excited about bringing that style of travel back to New Zealand.

    Patangata Valley Glamping is named for the Patangata sub-region of Hawke's Bay and the beautiful valley the site overlooks.

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