By Gaye Rowberry and Bachchat staff
Enjoy the vineyards of Martinborough from a spacious and elegant homestay - More
By Bachchat staff
Two former rail carriages at Palliser Bay are the latest in a long line of conversions - More
By Sara Goessi
Martinborough's come a long way since its first Pinot Noir plantings - More
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By Renate Ockleston
Building a self-sufficient eco-lodge in the heart of the bush: from mud to mod-cons.
By Philippa Kavanagh and Bachchat staff.
Down on the farm - luxuriously: a country lodge with trout-fishing, Ruapehu, bush and historical relics on its doorstep.
By Delwyn Barnett
A set of apartments in Opua housed American soldiers during World War II, in its earlier incarnation as a boarding house
The youngest island in the Hauraki Gulf boasts some of its oldest baches - a glimpse of a holiday community from our past.
By Karyn Clare and Bachchat Staff
Three stylish baches sit on Rotoroa Island in the Hauraki Gulf - a place to visit for its beaches and bush walks, its history and its artworks.
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