Accommodation in Coromandel Town

The historic Coromandel town is a great base for your stay on the Peninsula. During the summer months it becomes a bustling town as lots of Aucklanders come down to their holiday homes (batches). Here you will find a lot of art, heritage, kiwiana crafts and excellent local cafes and restaurants. Arrive by ferry or by the scenic Pohutakawa Coast.

There is a range of accommodation options in the Coromandel town from B&Bs, hotels, and lodges.

Historic Coromandel Town is a haven for talented artists and craftspeople who have moved here from around New Zealand. The town has a unique character, soul and ambience reflecting art and heritage. Arrive by ferry after a journey across the Hauraki Gulf from Auckland or by road on the winding Pohutukawa Coast from Thames. Homegrown cuisine is in abundance from its raw form, to elegantly cooked at the many local restaurants. The discovery of gold in 1852 brought a boom to Coromandel Town, and the area has continued to flourish while retaining a rich stock of surviving heritage buildings.

A visit to Coromandel town is a must, a historic town with a great vibe. During the summer months it becomes a bustling town as lots of Aucklanders come down to their holiday homes (batches). Here you will find a lot of art, heritage, kiwiana crafts and excellent local cafes and restaurants. Arrive by ferry or by the scenic Pohutakawa Coast.