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1159d State Highway 25, Te Kouma, Coromandel, New Zealand 0800 777 027 tekouma@xtra.co.nz Check Availability

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Welcome to Te Kouma Harbour Cottages, Coromandel Motel Accommodation

A place to relax by the sea


The complex is set on 4.5 hectares of coastal/rural land with spectacular views of Te Kouma Harbour from every cottage.

We are surrounded by a farm and have a unique resort-type here, which we invite you to come and share with us.

About Us

Take advantage of our free leisure activities, e.g. kayaks and canoes, fishing, nature walks, large covered BBQ area (seats 20), games room, pool table, petanque. Relax by the swimming pool or use as a base to explore the wonders of the Coromandel Peninsula…

We have 6 self-contained cottages with 1 to 2 bedrooms that sleep between 2-8 persons. Plus 6 small 1-room cabins which sleep up to 6 persons in each.

A 2-bedroom lodge sleeps up to 21 (wonderful for large family groups, fishing or school groups) and a deluxe log cabin with private swimming pool, washing machine, BBQ, etc sleeps up to 6 persons.

The range of accommodation and facilities, including those provided by nature, make this an ideal spot to enjoy a real holiday, a wedding venue, or a team-building conference.

holiday house with private swimming pool

Fishing Trips/Kayaking

Te Kouma Harbour is a superb kayaking zone, as is Coromandel Harbour and all the islands at the entrance to both harbours.

For those who have the Coromandel Dream – hooking into one of our abundant giant snapper, kingfish or other marine beauties – any type of fishing trip can be arranged with various charter companies, from a few hours to a one-day foray.

Bush Walks

Our beautiful Coromandel property has some of the most superb bush walks you will find in New Zealand. Even the drive into the property will stun you, as you glide through native trees growing over the road.

We are also very central to all the famous public walks in the area – including those harking back to gold-mining days.