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ABOUT MURIWAI LODGE

Muriwai Lodge and its campground has been part of any Muriwai Beach experience since 1921 when the Lodge building was built.  The Lodge opened in 1922 and over the last century it has been much loved by the residents of Muriwai and its millions of visitors – as a place to stay, a place to eat & drink and buy provisions.  The ‘Top Shop’ takeaways were legendary!

In 2019 all activity on the site ceased and it did not start coming back to life until May 2021 when the Lodge and its grounds were sold to new owners.  The Muriwai Lodge Revival began…but on 13 February Cyclone Gabrielle threw us a curve ball causing landslips and damaging many Muriwai properties.  This forced us to close until expert safety assessments were completed.  In late August this work was complete and we were notified that it was now safe to return and reopen the Lodge.  

While there is still a bit to do outside to repair our damaged landscaping all of our accommodation (none of which was damaged) has been cleaned and is ready for you to come and stay!  

Check out our two apartments in the Lodge building and Cabins 1 and 2.

  • Lodge 1

  • Lodge 2

  • Cabin 1 and

  • Cabin 2

We are also privileged to be able to offer you the opportunity to stay at  'Lookout Muriwai' - a unique stand alone 2 bedroom home situated on Waitea Road with stunning views up along Muriwai Beach.    

 

Choose which accommodation option works for you, your family & friends and let us host you for anything from 2 days to a month.   Don't hesitate to call us or send us a message if you need more information.

Enjoy the richness and excitement of Muriwai Beach and its environment.  Explore the many and varied activities and experiences this special place can offer you…or just kick back and enjoy the beach, the bush and the birds that swoop and soar across our valley.

And of course enjoy the delights of the Muriwai Deli & Bar and treat yourself to a gift or souvenir from The Little Coolstore - all located on the ground floor of the Lodge building.

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