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Kerikeri Mission House 1822
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Two of New Zealand's oldest buildings are situated in the Kerikeri Basin. Kemp House and the Stone Store are the only survivors from the Church Missionary Society's second Anglican mission to New Zealand, founded in 1819 on land granted to the Reverend Samuel Marsden by the powerful Nga Puhi…
This is the oldest stone building still standing in New Zealand. It is situated on the bank of a beautiful river with many short walks available to enjoy the scenery. Behind the stone store is Kemp House, New Zealand's oldest building.
The Stone Store is New Zealand's oldest stone building. Also a museum and shop with old fashioned goods. Next door is the Kerikeri Mission House~guided tours are available.
The Stone Store is an interesting historical place to visit. It is the first stone building built in New Zealand. Next door is the Honey House Cafe. It serves coffee in a beautiful setting and great cakes and lunches. There is always something blooming in the garden and the setting is truely…
This is a beautiful, peaceful place, loaded with history. And you can grab a coffee at a lovely little cafe down there too.
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“This is a great way to learn about NZ's history and enjoy some Maori music and dance. It has a lovely restaurant and great views out to the bay. Plan on spending a 1/2 day here.”
- 23 helybéli ajánlja
“Can walk to here from accommodation either sit in or take away - Great Pad Thai.”
- 7 helybéli ajánlja
“The husband and wife couple from California always have a good yarn to spin. The wine is gorgeous and the port is also outstanding. My pick - the rose and with a glass (or bottle) of this on the patio... you cannot go wrong! Summer in a glass!”
- 2 helybéli ajánlja
“The Rusty Tractor is not only one of the closest cafés to us, it's also a long-standing meeting place for locals with "something for everyone". Is licensed and has a good play area for kids...”
- 9 helybéli ajánlja