Somersal has available four queen bedrooms (sleeps up to 10) with views out onto the garden or towards the mountain.
The Master Queen & Deluxe Queen bedrooms have en suites, while the other two Queen bedrooms share a bathroom with separate shower and toilet.
In the morning you'll wake to your choice of a tasty cooked or continental breakfast, and you can arrange for other meals as well.
The house has a sunny lounge, separate TV room, wireless internet, Sky television in the living area, ironing and clothes washing & drying facilities, and two shared bathrooms.
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B&B Facilities & Policies
- Free Breakfast
- Cots available
- Free WiFi
- Hair Dryers
- Laundry Facilities
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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From Auckland and Auckland Airport: Take State Highway 1 South to Ngaruawahia. At the BP Service Station at Ngaruawahia, turn right onto State Highway 39 and keep following this road until you reach Pirongia. Total approx. driving time 1hr 45mins.
From Wellington and Taupo: Take State Highway 1 North to Cambridge. At Cambridge follow the signs to Te Awamutu. At Te Awamutu follow the signs to Pirongia.
From Rotorua: Take State Highway 5 and follow the signs to Tirau. At Tirau take State Highway 1 North to Cambridge. At Cambridge follow the signs to Te Awamutu.
At Te Awamutu follow the signs to Pirongia. Total approx. driving time 1hr 45mins.
From Tauranga and Mt Maunganui: Take State Highway 29 till it joins State Highway 1 just North of Tirau at Piarere. Here, turn Right on State Highway 1 and drive to Cambridge. At Cambridge follow the signs to Te Awamutu.
At Te Awamutu follow the signs to Pirongia. Total approx. driving time 1hr 30mins.
From National Park: Take State Highway 4 to just south of Te Kuiti. Turn right onto State Highway 3 and travel to Otorohunga. Turn left onto State Highway 39. Total Approx. driving time 2hrs 15mins.
Mount Pirongia (959 Metres) is an ancient volcano and is the centrepiece of a large Forest Park of 17,000 Hectares.
Pirongia Forest Park is home to many species of native plants and birds and several walking tracks crisscross the park, varying in length from 1 hour to 11 hours. Horse treks and four-wheel farmbike tours are also available.
You can find out more about the area at Pirongia Historic Visitor Centre, browse local paintings, prints, silk scarves and jewellery at Baffin Street Art Gallery or the Pirongia Art & Craft Gallery, or view fine woodwork at the Wood Turning Gallery. Highgate Country Garden is worth a visit, and for equine lovers, Pirongia Clydesdales allows you to see up close this unique breed. Pirongia Craft Day is a treasure trove (last sunday of every month).
Pirongia also boasts an 18 hole golf course and tennis courts for raising the heart rate, and in the village you'll find a licenced hotel, cafes, garage (service station), and mini supermarket.