Kia ora and welcome

Come and stay at our beautiful, homely and spacious bed and breakfast with views of the Bombay Hills. Our farmhouse offers comfortable and cozy accommodation in Bombay,  near Pukekohe. Access to the Southern Motorway is just around the corner and Auckland Airport only 30 minutes away. Therefore, we are perfectly located for everyone who wants to experience Auckland without the hustle and bustle of big city life and for those traveling south. 

from $129/night

Heaven’s Rest B&B is a small bed and breakfast nestled in a semi rural setting at Auckland’s southern border. We provide superb, inexpensive accommodation near Pukekohe Park Raceway and only a few km from award winning restaurant Bracu. Our farmhouse offers two spacious and sunny wings to our guests. You can relax either in our Tui Wing, a warm and cosy 2-bedroom suite or in our Kakapo Wing, a comfortable double room. Our family friendly Tui Wing sleeps up to 5 people, while our spacious Kakapo Wing is ideal for up to 3 people. Each wing comes with its own private bathroom and access to our spacious deck and outdoor area.


  • Check-in: from 3.00 pm
  • Check-out: until 11.00 am

Kakapo Wing

  • Double room
  • 1-2 People + extra bed
  • Private bathroom
  • From $129/ night

Tui Wing

  • 2-Bedroom suite
  • 1-4 People + extra bed
  • Private bathroom
  • From $159/ night

Kiwi Cabin

  • Self contained cabin
  • 1-4 People
  • Kitchenette
  • Price TBA


  • Modern full kitchen
  • BBQ area
  • Spa pool

This shared space is the heart of our house and offers all the conveniences of a modern home to our guests to make your stay even more comfortable.


  • 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.



booking.com guest review award 9.8/10


  • +64 (0) 22 3121462
  • info@heavensrest.co.nz
  • 180A Mill Road, Bombay 2675, New Zealand

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