Kinloch Manor & Villas is ideal for guests searching for serenity and style combined. Immerse yourself in contemporary comforts in a place that's focused on adventure, style, and attention to detail.

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Each of the three room styles at Kinloch Manor & Villas feels light and airy. A pleasant palette of soothing blues wraps you in serenity. Oak floors are accented with handmade New Zealand rugs. Spend some time in the spacious bathroom’s freestanding bathtub. Retire in comfort with views of the peaceful lake; your rest is well deserved. Rise and shine with a breakfast facing the seemingly endless skies, golden hills, and the estate’s green fairways sweeping down to the sparkling Lake Taupo. Take in the view from your furnished private terrace, or get warm and toasty in front of the carbon-neutral fireplace.

Golfers can hit the links at the championship golf course, featuring challenges designed by golf legend Jack Niklaus. From Kinloch Manor & Villas it’s easy to take a walk around Lake Taupo, New Zealand’s great inland sea. Hike through alpine deserts, rugged terrain, lush bush, and volcanic plateaus in Tongariro National Park.

Connect with nature in outdoor heated pools nestled in silica terraces in Taupo’s otherworldly landscape. These restorative pools have been long prized by the Maori. Wisps of steam rise from the earth, enveloping you in its mysterious air.

With so much outdoor activity, you will build up a hearty appetite, easily sated with a fresh, seasonal meal. The restaurant is a stylish space that serves as the backdrop to culinary masterpieces that delight your senses with their delicate balance of tastes. Organic produce is grown on the estate, and tasty ingredients are elevated to artistic perfection. You can watch the chefs in action while you dine.

Laid-back luxury is within reach at the Kinloch Manor & Villas spa, a secluded getaway where you will sink into bliss. Savor a soothing cup of herbal tea and choose from a menu of treatments designed to renew and refresh.

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