Split Apple Rock
On the cusp of:
Abel Tasman, Nelson Lakes & Kahurangi National Parks, Nelson City, Motueka, Rainbow Ski Field & Golden Bay
Moonraker House is an exclusive bed & breakfast or can be hired as an entire home. The tree canopy will be perfect for complete privacy for up to 4 bed & breakfast or 6 entire house hire guests.
Moonraker House is an exclusive boutique, luxury home that is available for hire. Nestled in the native tree canopy, it overlooks the iconic Split Apple Rock and the Nelson and Kaikoura ranges.
It is only a 5 minute drive to the famed Kaiteriteri beach and 4 minutes to Marahau, the last small township before the incredible Abel Tasman National Park walk. Motueka is just a 15 minute drive and Moonraker House is 50 minutes drive from Nelson City.
You will feel serene in our stunning, purpose-built property, established to deliver an unforgettable New Zealand visitor experience.
Family Fun Holidays
An idyllic destination for a boutique & significant life event with romantic elopement & weddingmoon bundles. Options from the mountains to the sea.
An alternative office escape to inspire exciting new projects. A place to meet and greet perspective customers and offer team building incentives.
Absolutely spectacular, Peace & Tranquility. An incredible asset to our region which will enhance the eloping wedding destination opportunities.Claire Hutt
An amaizing tree canopy house with incredible views and wonderful hospitalityMerideth & Guillaume
A beautiful house with a dream kitchen and alfresco dining on the deck. Incredible office escape.Janis Ord
Exquisit scenery on the tree top deck, you really get a birds eye view of the Split Apple Rock. A great place for me to get my head down and work with refreshing breaks on the beach for inspiration.Steph Fry
Meet Your Hosts
“We are delighted to share our beautiful piece of paradise with you. Some may say we are lucky? but we know life is what you make it.”
Jim & Terri
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An exclusive Nelson & Tasman luxury accomodation on the doorstep to the Abel Tasman National Park.