The Superintendent's House
- 18 bunk beds
- 4 bathrooms (4 showers 4 toilets)
- 18 Adults
This shared hostel-style accommodation is simple but stylish, and sleeps up to 18 people.BOOK YOUR STAY
Facilities & Features
- Two Weber BBQs
- Shared bathrooms
- Modern kitchen
- Two free-standing stove/ovens
- Two large fridge/freezers
- Two dishwashers
- Frying pans
- Roasting pans
- Large stock pots
- Cooking oil
- Plates, glasses, cutlery
- Basic equipment for cooking
- Tea, coffee, sugar
- Laundry, with washing machine
- Outdoor shower
- CD player/stereo
- Wifi access (rural location, so not guaranteed)
- Outdoor picnic tables
- Selection of books and games
It is ideal for both individuals and large family groups. Guests can book a private bedroom, a series of bedrooms, or the whole house.
The Superintendent's House on Rotoroa Island was the former home of the island's most senior Salvation Army staff member, the Superintendent. Consequently it occupies a lovely spot with beautiful views across the Gulf and over to Coromandel. It's an easy five minute walk from the wharf where you disembark.
Bathroom facilities in The Superintendent's House are shared (there are no ensuite rooms). Pillows (but not pillowcases) are provided; all other linen is BYO (incl. sleeping bags, sheets, duvets and towels).
For a floor plan of The Super's House, please click here
Basic provisions such as tea, coffee, sugar and oil are provided; all other food and beverages you must bring yourself. It's fine to drink the tap water (which is filtered).
Cleaning is not included in The Superintendent's House rates. Guests are responsible for all cleaning before checking out; please leave the house as you found it. Cleaning supplies are provided.
Check-in is at 10.30am.
Check-out is 9am, but we're happy to arrange storage for your luggage if you'd like to spend the day on the island. Late check-out can be arranged for an additional charge of $200, subject to availability. Please enquire here if you'd like to request late check-out.
Please be aware that Rotoroa Island has a biosecurity management plan in place
Ensure you check your bags and chilly bins for ants, insects or other stowaways, and ensure that your shoes and bags are also free of soil and seeds. Download our biosecurity checklist and ensure you follow its precautions. You will need to bring it with you and present it when you arrive on Rotoroa.
Please note there is no land line in your property so make sure you bring your cellphone and charger. While it's fine to bring alcohol with you, we kindly ask that you respect the history of Rotoroa Island.