Kaituna Riverside Cottages offers unique accommodation on the banks of the crystal clear Waingawa river. Relax off-grid in a boutique nature based cottage just west of the township of Masterton, in the Wairarapa.
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.
It's the perfect place to book a getaway, explore a new region and get into the outdoors.
Proudly fashioned from NZ grown timbers, the Glade Cottage is off-grid, double glazed, socially distanced and warmed by a little woodburner.
Experience nearby access to a riverside peninsula, prime swimming, a four metre waterfall, and stunning 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.
Tararua Forest Park
Just 700 metres from The Glade is the entrance to the Northern crossing of the Tararua Forest Park, a national treasure for hikers, hunters and bird watchers
Recreation and Tranquility
Get back into nature. Play cards, write, swim, trout fish, walk or read a book. No spreadsheets required!
Prime River Access
Tucked up on the riverbanks of the freshest Wairarapa river, you have nearby stunning river tracks and reserve land to explore
Superb Trout Fishing
Your cottages have nearby river tracks so you can easily access prime fishing spots. Ask us about seasonal guided fishing
Masterton offers yummy local fare and great restaurants, your accommodation is also close to renowned wineries
Forests and Waterfalls
Immerse in nature and watch the native birds as you soak up the surrounds
The photos don’t do this place justice. We stayed at both the Glade and the Bankside Cottages. The location next to the river, nestled in the bush is so serene. There are many wonderful hidden gems to explore. The cottages are cosy with special touches everywhere you look, with beautiful flowers everywhere. There are books, games and night gazing binoculars. The most accommodating hosts.
We felt so grateful to be able to spend time there as a family.
Flavell Family, April 22'