We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We booked on a very notice and Franziska contacted us shortly after. The lodge is very well equipped with spacious rooms and a gorgeous open concept kitchen living space combined with spacious decks and fantastic views. We loved it
We spent 2 nights in this truly delightful hideaway. The hosts were most welcoming, helpful & friendly. We had a lovely large room, with a view of the mountains with wine & fruit in our room on arrival. In the afternoon tea snacks were laid...More
Wow - I don't even know where to begin other than to repeat the title "can we move in?"
We were here for three nights and could have stayed for a full week. The hotel is a magical surprise at the top of the hill...More
My party of 6 from the states spent 3 nights at the Split Apple Lodge. What a stunning setting and lodge! The lines of the building and the modern look are perfect for the area. The hosts were most gracious and accommodating. Perfectly situated for...More
Split Apple is a high quality lodge in a stunning location. It is set high up in the forests with views down over the bay where the namesake split apple rock is located. The lodge is quiet, spacious and well run by the owners. Who...More
Response from Franziska H | Property representative |
Thank you for your question. The Lodge is accessible by car only I'm afraid as the public transport system ends in either Kaiteriteri or Marahau. I have responded to your emails with further details and options... More
Thank you for your question. The Lodge is accessible by car only I'm afraid as the public transport system ends in either Kaiteriteri or Marahau. I have responded to your emails with further details and options for car rentals in the area. Please review and let me know anytime if you need further assistance or have any questions.
We look forward to hear from you
Fran & Daniel
Are you sure you want to delete this answer?
"Mountain view rooms are facing the direct sun (at least in March!) so were very hot. Might want to lookout..."