Puriri Yurt

Puriri Yurt

Mangawhai

Puriri Yurt is located in Mangawhai about 1.5 hours drive from Auckland City.

Puriri Yurt sits in its own private corner of a beautiful 3-acre lifestyle block. Stunning, 100-year-old mature native trees, a pond and gardens create a restful setting - inducing an instant feeling of well-being. The yurt is named for the magnificent Puriri tree it nestles next to.

The yurt itself is a serene space, with simple, natural decor complementing the beautiful timber latticework that forms part of its structure. A queen-sized bed holds centre stage, with two armchairs and a small table for indoor dining.

Directly outside the yurt is a small timber building housing a kitchenette, and an outdoor shower and bath area. An outdoor fire pit area with comfortable Adirondack chairs is the ideal place for star-gazing the incredible night sky. 

Kaka and tuis are in abundance here. Moreporks can be heard regularly at night - along with the trickle of water from the pond, like the sound of a babbling brook as you drift off to sleep.

Puriri Yurt is truly lovely accommodation, on a truly magical property... a place for relaxation and rejuvenation.

FROM $250 p/n

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address
 

366 Tara Road, Mangawhai 0576

directions
 

Puriri Yurt is just 1.5 hours from Auckland City. Follow the Google Maps directions to the address. Once you arrive at the address, turn down the driveway with the sign, "The Shed on Tara" at the mailbox. The Shed on Tara is additional accommodation operated by the same hosts as the Puriri Yurt.

Detailed instructions on parking and accessing the yurt will be provided in an email 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 hello@canopycamping.co.nz.

 

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    Eating and Drinking

    Puriri Yurt has all the facilities you need to self-cater. Just bring your own food, and prepare meals in the kitchenette. There is a gas camp stovetop for cooking and you'll find all the cutlery, crockery, pots and pans that you'll need. 

    If you want to head out for a meal, you'll find a range of dining options in Mangawhai - The Dune at Mangawhai Village, Sandbar at Mangawhai Heads Village and the Mangawhai Tavern all come recommended!

    If you need to pop out for supplies, there is a 4 Square at Mangawhai Village  (a 5-minute drive away) as well as the best award-winning butcher. There is local fresh produce, cheese and lovely stalls at the Mangawhai Tavern Saturday market.

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    Things to do

    Like any good glamping experience, a stay at Puriri Yurt is a chance for well-earned relaxation... Take the chance to rest and reconnect - and immerse yourselves in the peaceful, natural setting. Toast marshmallows over the campfire, enjoy a game of petanque - or soak in the outdoor bath. You're welcome to pick fruit in the orchard or herbs from the garden. 

    If you're keen walkers, try the Mangawhai Heads Beach Trail between Langs Beach and Waipu Cove or the Tanekaha Waterfall bushwalk. Surfers can hit the surf at Mangawhai Heads - or non-surfers can just enjoy a swim!

    The Saturday market at Mangawhai Tavern is a must-do.

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    Your Hosts

    After 33 years John and Marion left the city life, in 2016, to move back to a more rural environment and have never looked back.

    They'd raised two children (who are now living overseas) and they were looking for new challenges to fill their day. Their property is a constant work in progress which includes beautiful old established native trees. With natural springs that fill the pond and other areas of the property, it is a haven for birdlife. John and Marion plan to enhance this with wetlands planting on two sites. 

    Marion works full time as a Resource Education Consultant while John contracts for a local arborist.

    As keen travellers, camping veterans and current hosts to their other guest accommodation, 'The Shed on Tara', they work hard to ensure guests unplug, reconnect and simply relax on their magical property. 

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