Historic, elegant Miller House offers a 75sq m luxury suite, (sleeps 2 to 4), in village 45 mins south of Auckland airport. Great breakfasts, superb host, art, garden and native bush,15mins to motorways. Exceptional location and surroundings

At Miller House your booking ensures luxurious privacy and great hospitality. The elegant rooms open through French doors to the verandas where extensive breakfasts can be enjoyed. The house dates to 1895 when James Miller bought the land in Onewhero.

The property has over 12 acres of grounds, guests can enjoy wandering through the gardens and 3 acres of private native bush with its spring fed stream, native pigeons, Pukekos, Tuis and beautiful ancient trees.

There is a huge range of attractions, beaches, day trips, motor racing, sky diving, local museums etc. plus free WiFi, TV, croquet and petanque, interesting rare books, chess, to enjoy.( Additional single room on request). Great location, refined relaxation, and a warm welcome here.

Facilities and Services

Facilities

  • Breakfast
  • Conference Facilities
  • Dinner
  • Internet (Public Use)
  • BBQ Facility

Pricing and Conditions

High Season
$120-$540 (Adult)

Availability

Business Hours
6am to 11pm
Months of Operation
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov, Dec

Distances

Proximity To Airport
57km
Proximity To Coach Terminal
20km
Proximity To Town
10km

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