welcome to russell cottages... bay of islands, new zealand"Russell - Jewel of the Bay of Islands"
Russell Cottages in the Bay of Islands, New Zealand is the perfect base for ‘getting out on the water’. With its rich marine wildlife, clear blue water, secluded beaches, history and scenery, this area is one of our country’s most popular holiday destinations.
Excellent Bay of Islands Location
Russell Cottages - your Bay of Islands accommodation - is well located for guests to enjoy this beautiful area. You will be in the heart of Russell, a tranquil, quaint and historic New Zealand town, with shops, restaurants and a wharf.
A comfortable 3 hour drive from Auckland, Russell is a well known ‘jewel’ in the Bay of Islands in New Zealand and the departure point for a variety of visitor excursions and attractions - click here for more information on our Bay of Islands location.
Luxury Bay of Islands Accommodation
Our 15 stand-alone, fully self-contained Russell cottages can accommodate a maximum of 8 people per cottage. The cottages provide the perfect setting for all types of occasions… romantic getaways, weddings, honeymoons, reunions, family holidays or business conferences with a difference.
You can choose between a 3 bedroom cottage (9 available) or a 4 bedroom cottage (6 available). All our Russell Cottages are designed with flexible bedding configuration in mind and can be available as a 2 bedroom cottage.
The cottages are stand alone and offer private balconies, are fully self-contained with a separate lounge and dining area, and are serviced daily.
Common services and facilities of your Russell hotel accommodation include heated swimming pool (1st of October till 30th of April), spa, BBQ facilities, and gas log open fire place, on site parking, boat park and wireless internet in all public area.
For special Russell hotel accommodation packages, click here.
Read more about dining out in Russell and the Bay of Islands here.
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*Please note: this site quotes and charges in NZD only. There is however the facility to view indicative rates in other currencies.
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