Hawke's Bay, New Zealand

Craggy Range

Family-owned winery

Boutique accommodation in the vines

A family-owned winery situated in the shadow of the stunning Te Mata Peak in Hawke’s Bay, Craggy Range offers you boutique accommodation among the vines. There are three luxurious two-bedroom lodges overlooking the Tukituki River, which are perfect for smaller groups of couples. A selection of spacious Garden Cottages boast private terraces, well-appointed kitchens and cosy living areas with sweeping views of Te Mata Peak. If you prefer a spot among the wines, the the Vineyard Cottages are the perfect option.

When it comes to dining, take a table at Craggy Range Restaurant, recipient of several prestigious awards and accolades. It’s a comfortable and intimate space where you can indulge in Head Chef Casey McDonald’s signature dishes created using seasonal Hawke’s Bay produce. And don’t forget to select something delicious from the list of Craggy Range wines to accompany your meal.


Three luxurious lodges and six spacious cottages with beautiful views

Award-winning restaurant featuring seasonal Hawke's Bay produce and wines

Surrounded by lush vineyards and an area worth exploring

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Hapuku Lodge & Tree Houses
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