For the ten-year anniversary of their popular Thames restaurant, Kishan and Radha Raikwar gave away ten $100 meal vouchers to their loyal customers.
As Brad and Emma and the team at The Falls Retreat adapted to the changes in hospitality wrought by Covid19, it was also time for reflection. In the intervening months of hard work they have taken the time to re-evaluate The Falls Retreat experience, plan new dining concepts, develop new business ideas and work on ensuring that their business is sustainable. To create a long term future for their family, their staff, customers and suppliers, by taking the time to do things better.
The peaceful haven Brad and Emma created still offers a superlative dining experience, and their hospitality extends to accommodation, weddings and other special occasions. Add to this a growing calendar of gardening and cooking workshops, and the reasons to visit quickly multiply.
It's an idyllic setting on the sloping hills facing the sun, looking out over Cooks Beach and the blue of Mercury Bay.
The Coroglen Tavern is one of New Zealand's remaining iconic country pubs.
The team at Luke's Kitchen is all about "making pizza not war", but there are other underlying principles at work in this rustic north Coromandel restaurant.
Experience the unexpected pleasure of a winter weekend spent road tripping around The Coromandel. Mild weather, beaches all to yourself and open, unhurried roads make The Coromandel an ideal spot to escape the crowds and recharge the batteries this winter.
Thames: A Weekend RetreatAre you in need of a not-far-away weekend getaway? Often overlooked by it’s better known beach-bordered neighbours, you’ll be surprised to discover Thames is a town of...
It was a typical Auckland weekend traffic jam.
Ellie Hutchinson and her friend find wilderness and culture rubbing shoulders on a weekend in The Coromandel.
I don't ask for much in a short weekend getaway — sort me out with some bracing walks, a bit of art, stunning scenery, a few oysters, leaping dolphins and plenty of R and R and I'm happy. I found all of these in a 48-hour Coromandel break.
New Zealand is particularly popular for seafood and The Coromandel definitely has loads of that, but there’s more.