History

Mana Lodge was built in 1948 on prime New Zealand farmland, which was once a highly esteemed horse stud.

Mana Lodge comprises 18ha of exquisite park-like, extensively landscaped gardens with sweeping manicured lawns and holds an important place in the history of the Hawkes Bay region.

The two storied English style "Gatehouse", built in the 1930's is situated at the entrance of the property. A beautifully presented holiday home which has been recently renovated with modern conveniences. The Gatehouse is a perfect place for couples, families or people travelling with horses that need a paddock for a night. The jumping and exercise arenas are only a 100 meters from the Gatehouse.

The serene surroundings offer a unique setting to really relax and unwind.

Accommodation

Our English country style Gatehouse can accommodate up to 4 guests and is situated only 100 meters from the arenas.

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