We have found you just the place...
Merely an hour 45 from both Wellington and Palmerston North you will find a tranquil abode to rest and rejuvenate. Nestled under the Tararua Ranges near the township of Masterton, find yourself a new favourite place.
Kaituna Riverside Cottages is an idyllic spot where you can join the native birds and sleep with the sound of the river. There are plenty of activities for the adventurous folk and many options for those who would like to relax and stop. No malls, traffic jams, meetings or deadlines to be found.
Seasonal, off grid, boutique and lovely.
The Glade Cottage
Proudly fashioned from NZ grown timbers, The Glade Cottage is off-grid, double glazed, socially distanced and warmed by a little woodburner.
Enjoy the experience of exclusive access to your riverside peninsula, with a private swimming spot, waterfall, outdoor bath and sheltered bush walks.
Stretch out in a super king loft bed and rest away the days, far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life.
Just 700 metres away is the entrance to the Tararua Forest Park, a national treasure for hikers, hunters and bird watchers
Tucked up on the riverbanks of the stunning Waingawa River you have a private river track, plunge pool and an exclusive deep crystal clear swimming hole
We offer a variety of yummy locally sourced fares. Delicious hampers, breakfast options, picnic and packed lunches are all available upon request
Recreation and Tranquility
Get back into nature. Play cards, write, swim, trout fish, walk or read a book. No spreadsheets required!
Superb Trout Fishing
Your cottage sits in a glade with a private river track so you can easily access prime fishing spots. Ask us about guided fishing
Luxurious Riverside Bath
Immerse in nature above the river rapids and watch the native birds as you soak
Rose is just a great host and was super helpful and friendly to us during our stay there. The cottage is pretty awesome. The loft bed is huge and comfy. The small wood burner is a great touch. The area is absolutely beautiful. I recommend everyone head down to the river and just chill out for a bit. We hope to be back soon.
Matt & Sari from Wellington