Kid-friendly Holiday Accommodation: Best school holiday escapes for the whole family!
What better way to celebrate the school holidays than by taking your family to enjoy the best kid-friendly holiday accommodation in Northland? Escape the ordinary and treat your kids (and yourselves!) to a family-friendly adventure they’ll never forget. Does your family include the furry, four-legged variety? Well, we’ve got the answer for that too!
Explore our pristine coastline and leave the only set of footprints on the beach with our selection of private holiday homes and family escapes. From the large family holiday to travelling with your baby: we’ve got your needs covered with these spectacular holiday homes in Northland.
Take a look at our top-rated kid-friendly, baby-friendly, and pet-friendly holiday accommodation right here in the winterless North of NZ.
Travelling with 2 or more children? No problems!
When planning a holiday for your larger family group, things can get more difficult. You need more beds, more rooms, and a larger space to relax in. You also need to know that your accommodation is suitable for the high energy antics of children! We’ve got the perfect selection of holiday homes for large families, welcoming you and your brood into the Tutukaka Coast. Our holoday homes have everything you need to sit back and relax with your larger family group, so bring your magazines, your books, and your happy vibes: we’re ready to relax! Search our properties on the 'Our Properties' page and choose the number of bedrooms or number of guests you need accommodation for.
Travelling with teenagers – pool tables, TV’s and more
When hitting the road with your teens or pre-teens, there are a few ‘special considerations’ we know you’ll want to take into account. For example: you’ll be wanting WIFI, or at the very least Sky TV. You’ll be wanting some distractions to keep them busy: maybe a pool table? Possibly even a pool! Perhaps your teens are into watersports – but they’re too young to drive. What’s the solution? A holiday home right on the waterfront! We have the solutions to your teen travel problems: Visit the 'Our Properties' page and search by teen-friendly and relax in your own space while they enjoy theirs.
Travelling with your baby or toddler? Welcome home!
Taking your newest family member on holiday comes with it’s own level of stress: we know. You’re looking for a holiday home that is safe for toddlers, without death-defying drop-offs, nearby cliffs, or stairs without safe railings. You need to know that the deck isn’t 5 metres high, and that the property isn’t halfway through construction! It also helps to have a cot, a high chair, and maybe a bath for that all-important routine. Travelling with an inquisitive toddler can be exhausting. Simply navigate to the 'Our Properties' page and search 'Toddler Friendly'.
Pet-friendly holiday homes: we LOVE dogs!
For some of us, taking the family on holiday includes taking our beloved family pets! Many of us wouldn’t dream of leaving Fido at home while the family lived it up: our four-legged friends are as much a part of our family as our children. We understand how much you love your furry buddy, which is why we’ve listed our top picks for pet-friendly holiday homes in Northland. Simply navigate to the 'Our Properties' page and search 'Toddler Friendly'.
Enquire with us today about Pet friendly accommodation around Northland including the Tutukaka Coast, Whangarei, Bay of Islands, Bream Bay, Doubtless Bay and Far North.
Northland has many stunning beaches for your pets to enjoy. Please respect the following Guidelines and Bylaws set out by the Whangarei District Council and Far North District Council to ensure you and your pet have a safe and enjoyable holiday.
Guidelines and Bylaws
- The owner of any dog that defecates in a public place or on land or premises other than that occupied by the owner shall immediately remove those faeces in a responsible manner.
- There is a dog beach ban on most Northland beaches between the hours of 9am to 5pm from the 20th December in any one year to the 28th of February in the following year. Some beaches are excluded from this restriction.
- Dogs must be under control at all times, but not necessarily on a lead - the owner must be present and using either a lead, voice, body language or any other method of control. The dog should be no further than 5 metres away from the owner of the dog.