Villa Russell

    Russell
    4.5/5 Rating
    2 Reviews
    From $ 185 NZD
    Per Night

    Description

    Enjoy a welcoming visit to Villa Russell, 2 minutes walk from the beach and Russell's restaurants, yet totally private and secluded. Relax with magnificent views of Rusell's bay and wharf from the deck of our beautifully restored 1910 Villa, or from one of two spacious suites in our guest cottage, each with own ensuite and large verandah. Imagine having breakfast al fresco while seeing nature at its best, surrounded by mature native trees and birdsong. A short walk takes you to Long Bay surf beach or up to historic Flagstaff Hill and native bush. In the evening relax with your glass of wine while watching the sun set, before wandering down to the village to dine. Off-street parking provided. Make your stay even more special with a sailing charter on our 11.6 metre yacht, Kingfisher or 15 metre, Kama Lua, to further explore the beautiful sights the Bay of Islands has to offer.

    Rooms
    Queen (2 pax)
    Ensuite bathroom
    FROM $185 NZD PER NIGHT
    King/Twin (2 pax)
    Ensuite bathroom
    FROM $185 NZD PER NIGHT

    Price displayed is an indication, actual price confirmed on enquiry

    Location
    Country New Zealand
    Region Northland
    Nearest Town Russell

    Details

    • Breakfast
      • Full
    • Restrictions
      • No smoking inside
    • Payments
      • Visa/Mastercard
    • Facilities and Features
      • Wi-Fi
    • Pets/Children
      • Children welcome

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    Reviews

    Overall Guest Rating

    Sue and Stephen are very hospitable, sharing their beautiful home. The room, view and breakfast were wonderful. I highly recommend this B&B.
    January 2008

    We really enjoyed our stay at this BnB. The owners Sue & Stephen were very friendly & helpful. The room was very comfortable and it was lovely to wake up to that lovely view with the sound of Tuis just outside. I recommend the cooked breakfast- set the day off to a great start. We would definitely stay there again.
    November 2005