Flagstaff Lodge, Russell, New Zealand
Flagstaff Lodge is a 1912 villa providing boutique accommodation. With a maximum of eight people staying at any one time, guests are assured personal attention and privacy. Although fully restored and offering every modern convenience, Flagstaff Lodge is steeped in history. The Lodge is named after a famous 1845 incident, in which Maori chief Hone Heke Pokai cut down the British flagstaff. Following the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840, Hone Heke became disenchanted by what he felt to be Government oppression toward Maori. The attack on the flagstaff provoked the Flagstaff War. Russell is a quiet seaside village in New Zealand’s pristine Bay of Islands. It’s a town full of history, and its natural beauty and balmy climate make it a perfect holiday destination. Flagstaff Lodge offers four spacious ensuite rooms, each with their own unique theme. There is an elegant guest lounge, a courtyard, established gardens and a private spa offering massage and relaxation. Flagstaff Lodge is available for group bookings. However you wish to spend your time with us, Flagstaff Lodge will provide comfort, serenity and style.
Facilities: Features common to all rooms: Climate control in each room, opening onto exterior balcony, international direct dial telephones, unlimited broadband internet access, digital alarm clocks, under floor heating and demist mirrors in ensuite, toiletries, suitcase racks, drawers & open wardrobes. Lodge Facilities: Central kitchen with tea and coffee facilities and bar offering beer and wine, Elegant Guest Lounge with 43” TV with SKY, Spa treatment centre, Expansive lawn, courtyard and garden space.
Destination: Russell, Bay of Islands
Official website: Flagstaff Lodge
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Fabulous lodge. Luxury, comfort, friendly and great hosts. Thank you so much. Hope to be back.
A really lovely home from home, both of you are so helpful and the room is so comfortable.