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Experience Cape Campbell offers exclusive stays in the original lighthouse keepers huts, that have been renovated over the years in typical kiwiana style. Its an ideal place to escape the busy outside world, and relax .
The complex consists of four buildings, The Cottage, The Cow Shed, The Singlemans and the Weather Office. All buildings have power and water. The Cottage and Singlemans are equipped with self contained kitchen and bathroom, whilst the Cow Shed and Weather Office offer beds. Sleeping a total of twelve people, we can cater to most families or group stays.
Spend time looking through the buildings, with photos and displays conveying the rich history of the area. This Pacific coastline has been a bountiful place to settle since the days of the moa hunter. Known to the local iwi as “Te Karaka”, the area has evidence of Maori occupation for some 800 years. Rich in European history, from sealers and whalers to the establishment of the first large scale pastoral sheep station in 1847 - Flaxbourne Station.
With the setting sun the night revels a sky bursting with stars, and time to reflect. Make your way into one of our cosy beds, watched over by the Cape Campbell Lighthouse, providing light and safe passage to sailors since 1870, you'll drift away to the rolling waves of the Pacific Ocean.
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