Local Bed and Breakfast in Bombay, Auckland

Kia Ora and Welcome

Heaven’s Rest Bed and Breakfast is nestled in a rural setting at Auckland’s southern border. We provide boutique, inexpensive accommodation for up to 12 people near local attractions like Pukekohe Park Raceway, Karaka Pavillion or award winning restaurant Bracu. Choose between two spacious and sunny wings in our farmhouse or our cozy and private cabin. With access to the Southern Motorway just around the corner and Auckland Airport only 30 minutes away we are perfectly situated for everyone who wants to experience Auckland without the hustle and bustle of big city life and for those traveling south. 

Accommodation

  • Check-in: from 3.00 pm
  • Check-out: until 11.00 am
Kakapo Wing accommodation - king sized double bed

Kakapo Wing

  • Double room
  • 1-2 People + extra bed
  • Private bathroom
  • From $139/ night
Tui Wing accommodation - bedroom with double bed

Tui Wing

  • 2-Bedroom suite
  • 1-4 People + extra bed
  • Private bathroom
  • From $169/ night
View of Kiwi Cabin - 2 bedroom bungalow accommodation

Kiwi Cabin

  • 2-Bedroom bungalow
  • 1-4 People
  • Kitchenette
  • From $159/ night

Kitchen-Living-Dining

  • Modern full kitchen
  • BBQ area
  • Spa pool

This shared space is the heart of our farmhouse and offers all the conveniences and comforts of a modern home to guests staying in our Tui and Kakapo Wing.

Breakfast

  • from 7.00 - 10.30 AM

Included in all our rates is a delicious continental breakfast with different breads, spreads, muesli and more. Just the right thing to start your day.

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Contact

Address

180A Mill Road
Bombay Auckland 2675
New Zealand

Telefon

+64 (0) 22 312 1462

EMail

info@heavensrest.co.nz

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