Welcome to OMAKA LODGE –
Boutique bed & breakfast, garden visits, weddings and events.
Situated amidst working farmland, the Lodge and its grounds are surrounded by the sights and sounds of everyday country life, where sheep and cattle dot the rolling green-pastured hills and valleys that echo to the melodious sound of never-ending birdsong. Omaka Lodge is set on several acres of picturesque grounds, and we welcome groups or individuals to visit our beautiful and expansive country gardens by appointment. Or if you’re thinking of a boutique wedding venue, or a boutique luncheon or corporate meeting or event, Omaka Lodge could be the picturesque setting you seek.
Relaxing at Omaka Lodge is a true delight with so many options on offer indoors or out. Swim or soak up the sun poolside; play croquet or a game of tennis; read a good book or magazine; watch TV or a DVD; enjoy a garden ramble or doze indoors; there really is something for everyone at magical Omaka Lodge. Slightly further afield, the surrounding Ruapehu District offers many attractions that may pique your interest. There are so many ways to explore and enjoy New Zealand’s Forgotten World: drive the unforgettable Forgotten World Highway; hop on a Forgotten World RailCart and experience the hidden countryside by rail; boat, canoe or kayak down the Whanganui River to the iconic Bridge To Nowhere. If adventure tourism is your thing, there are cycling, walking and hiking trails within easy reach, not to mention the mountains of the Tongariro National Park and its world-class ski fields.
At the end of the day, whatever you’ve experienced, Omaka Lodge welcomes you home. Enjoy a delightful dinner (if prearranged), soothing shower or spa-bath, and relax into a sumptuous bed. The beauty and warmth of Omaka Lodge will provide rest, satisfying and restoring a weary traveller. Omaka Lodge, a tranquil oasis amidst New Zealand’s Forgotten World.
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