Rotorua's Premiere Luxury Bed and Breakfast
The Springs was purpose built in 1998. The design is
that of a 1930's New Zealand bungalow ensuring the
property complemented the already established
The Springs is set in a simple yet elegant garden of
white Iceberg roses and sasanqua camellias evoking a
sense of restful contentment.
Step into the impressive entry hall and immediately
you sense the attention to detail.
The historic photo gallery involves guests from the
outset. Most admired are shots of the Pink and White
Terraces, lost to the eruption of Mt Tarawera in 1886.
These Terraces were then deemed to be a Wonder of the
The Maori Carving, "Teko Teko" was carved by a
student at the local New Zealand Maori Arts and Crafts
The Guest Wing, with four elegant
rooms, is at the rear of the house ensuring a private,
Each Guest Room enjoys identical size and facilities
with ensuite bathrooms and a door to a private terrace
giving access to the tranquil rose garden.
Rotorua is a Spa town and each guest room is named
after local fresh water Springs, Paradise, Rainbow,
Rachel and Fairy.
The King beds have firm, luxurious mattresses ensuring a
restful, quiet night's sleep, the duvets are New Zealand wool,
the linens crisp cotton.
The rooms come equipped with ceiling fans, central
heating, clock radio, flat screen TV, hairdryer, robes,
walk-in closet with luggage storage, fresh flowers,
complimentary Spring water and free wireless internet
There is a daily laundry service available at a very
reasonable cost.At this time it is NZ$30 for a 5kg bag.
In the Breakfast Room the glass ceiling floods the
area with morning sun and light. The table is set with
fine china and linens. The Breakfast Menu includes The
Spring's signature dishes such as French Toast,
Blueberry Buttermilk Pancakes, or Smoked Salmon
Scrambled Eggs with Fresh Dill.
The Guest Lounge with its decor of rich Autumn tones
and a wood fire for cooler months, invites guests in to
relax and enjoy conversation or restful, quiet times.
The exquisite interior design was achieved by one of New
Zealand's best designers, Laine Simpson and Darryl
Church, architect, won an award for his sensitive