Russell cottage collection

RUSSELL COTTAGES

Centrally located accommodation in the
heart of historic Russell

Resort style setting

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Russell Cottages Collection lies in the heart of the tranquil historic town of Russell, well-known for being the birthplace of the Treaty of Waitangi and a long term favourite for travelling kiwis and international tourists alike.

Set less than 250 metres from the water’s edge. The property is idyllic and enjoys all there is to offer in the Bay of Islands. You’ll love the location of these cottages which are situated in a prime position on Chapel Street.

Well planned holiday home accommodation offering 1 – 2 – 3 & 4 bedroom options, with fully self contained kitchens and laundry facilities, featuring a communal heated swimming pool, spa pool and pool room with toilets and kitchen, children’s playground and BBQ area and 2 dedicated car parks for each cottage.

Perfect for the family holiday, wedding accommodation for friends and family, extended family accommodation.

Cottages

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6

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3

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2.5

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Beach Cottage

Heated Pool and Spa | Village Location | Tinkerbell Cottage is located in Russell, Bay of Islands

Starting from

$325

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6

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3

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2.5

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Bellbird Cottage

Heated Pool and Spa | Village Location | Tinkerbell Cottage is located in Russell, Bay of Islands

Starting from

$325

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6

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3

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2.5

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Butterfly Cottage

Heated Pool and Spa | Village Location | Tinkerbell Cottage is located in Russell, Bay of Islands

Starting from

$325

Activities

Christ Church, Russell, Bay of Islands
Historic places
Just five minutes’ walk from Russell wharf you’ll find New Zealand’s oldest surviving Roman Catholic building, Pompallier. Built in 1841-42, it has been used as a printery, tannery and storehouse for the French Marist mission and is now a working museum.

Another building to admire is Christ Church, the oldest existing church in New Zealand, which still carries musket ball holes from the New Zealand Land Wars.
Omata Estate, Russell, Bay of Islands
Wining and dining
Vineyards – Omata Estate is 8km by car and is open for wine tasting and The Omata Kitchen serves gourmet platters and wood-fired pizzas. If you need transport, there is courtesy transport from Russell township or the Okiato car ferry which can be arranged in advance.

From Russell there is a clearly signposted walking track through native bush and a board walk that takes about 2 hours. You can also hire kayaks and come by water. There is a spot to safely tie up and is a 15-minute walk from the water up to the vineyard. Russell Kayaks offer a guided tour and a pickup, so you only have to kayak one way.
Flag Staff, Russell, Bay of Islands
Short walks
Flagstaff Hill – Stroll up and look out to incredible views of the Bay of Islands. At low tide, start by walking around the rocks from the northern end of Kororareka Bay to Watering Bay, where a marked track leads through bush to Titore Way. 300 meters along on the right another track leads to the top of Flagstaff Hill (Te Maiki). At high tide just head up Wellington Street and you will come to a marked track about halfway up on your left.

Contact

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info@boiholidays.co.nz

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+64 09 4037188

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+64 0 274416378

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