Welcome to The Lodge at Te Rawa:
A Thousand Shades Of Green And Blue
The Lodge at Te Rawa is under new management and has reopened for business.
New owners Rob and Anne Brabazon are delighted to welcome all returning guests and new customers, and to show off our refurbished accommodation units.
We have recently added a coffee shop with stunning sea views, selling freshly ground espresso, freshly baked cakes and scones, and ice cream along with great second hand books for your holiday reading.
The bar and restaurant have also been updated, and the beautiful view changes by the minute.
We welcome your phone enquiries on +64 3 5798285 or email us at email@example.com
See you soon
Nestled in lush native bush on the crystal clear waters of Pelorus Sound, Te Rawa offers magnificent views, total relaxation and all the comforts of home in a truly unique aquatic environment. Wake up to the sounds of the waves and native birds, relax in the sun and watch the emerald green waters and beautiful bays or spend some time kayaking, fishing or hunting.
Accessible by water transport or float plane, The Lodge at Te Rawa features a choice of accommodation.
– Twin or Queen bed apartments
– Four poster bed apartment
– 4 person Bunk room with kitchen and shower facilities
-2 person bunk room with shower in the main building
– Camp site
All our apartments are fully self-contained and are fully equipped with a bathroom and shower, as well as kitchen and dining facilities with laundry service available on site.
We have offers to suit every budget, starting with budget accommodation up to luxury suites. Family holidays in nice spots, can be very expensive. We offer comfortable accommodation at a price that a family can afford. Beds in our cabins are available from as little as $35 per night.
We are fully licenced and guests can enjoy our intimate bar at any time during our licenced hours. You can either self cater or dine in our sea-view restaurant, where we offer fresh homemade breakfast, lunch and dinner as well as a selection of fine wines from the Marlborough region and beyond.
Our coffee shop serves fresh espresso and gourmet ice cream and has an amazing view while you wait for our barista to prepare your coffee the way you like it.
Spend your time exploring the Marlborough Sounds on land or sea: Use one of our kayaks or dinghies and explore the Sounds on your own or spend your day on one of our bush walks watching out for wild goats, wekas and much more. If you want to catch your own dinner you can hire some fishing gear to try your luck in one of the best fishing areas of New Zealand. The Lodge at Te Rawa is close to all the good fishing spots in the area where you can catch blue cod in season, snapper, kahawai, terakihi, gurnard and even the odd kingfish during the summer months, with charter boats available for more serious fishing. If guests prefer to stay on land, they can stroll around the shoreline at low tide, or walk the hills to neighbouring bays through forests of native bush. We can also arrange for a walk over neighbouring farm hills for breath taking views of the outer Sounds, Maud Island Wildlife Sanctuary and the distant open sea.
With no road access, you can travel to Te Rawa in your own boat, by water taxi or the daily mail boat from Havelock or by float plane from Wellington or Picton. The once in a lifetime experience of travelling in a float plane is highly recommended, as it allows for fantastic scenic aerial views of the Sounds.