Please note that after 12 years of business, Cedarhouse B&B is closing down and we will only be taking bookings for dates up until the end of February 2015.
We’d like to thank all the thousands of friendly people from all corners of the globe who have stayed with us. It has been fun but I don’t think I’ll miss all the housework and ironing cotton sheets! We are looking forward to more time boating, fishing and visiting family overseas.
Thanks again and best wishes to you all wherever you are.
from Ian, Rosalind and Jess (the dog)
Cedarhouse Bed and Breakfast sits on 7 acres of native bush, gardens, wetlands and pastureland just 3km east of Warkworth Village in Matakana Coast’s “Magic Mile”, overlooking the Ascension Vineyard and Matakana Valley.
Within a 250m radius are the Ascension and Matakana Estate wineries, a top class restaurant, Milford House Linens and the Warkworth Golf Club. Within easy driving distance are cafés, bush walks, farmers and craft markets, boutique cinemas, regional parks, marine reserves, sandy beaches, scuba diving, fishing and much more. See the various “Local Attractions” pages (in the left hand menu) for more information.
We have some docile cows and sheep who come when you call, “Jess” (a very friendly and well-trained border collie), plus some colourful chickens.
Your spacious studio loft accommodation is a comfortable home away from home offering the following facilities:
Note that there are unprotected ponds on the property. Special care is needed if you have young children.
Our tariff is inclusive of a continental breakfast.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us to make a booking, or for any other queries you may have about your stay at Cedarhouse Bed and Breakfast.
“Every day we had a really good time in this area!! Nice food, nice wine, nice scenery, and a really nice place to stay with a really nice dog Jess!”
Noriyo and Sasaki
“Absolutely gorgeous! Thank you so much for the warm hospitality, makes the break so much more enjoyable.”
Andy and Kiri
“Sometimes in your travels you are lucky enough to find places and people like here.”
Suzanne, Ed and little Grace
“Thanks so much for your help and hospitality, New Zealand gets better and better!”
Ann and Bill