Your Room

Your 31m2 suite at the West Wing includes a kitchenette, private bathroom and two rooms with sliding doors between them: sleeping for up to four people. Enjoy the lovely views from your own private deck.

Mahurangi Regional Park

The Mahurangi Regional Park, just 40 minutes north of Auckland, is a well kept secret and gateway to the Matakana Coast. Beautiful beaches for swimming, kayaking, picnicking, walking or boating & fishing.

Things To Do

Fun is within easy walking or driving distance from our Bed and Breakfast. Walk, swim or enjoy the scenery, wineries, fine food & markets Warkworth & the Matakana Coast has on offer.

What Our Guests Say

Read what some of our previous guests have said about the accommodation at Mahurangi West Wing Bed and Breakfast. "Luxury lives in the finer details."

Bed and breakfast accommodation near Auckland but a world away from the city!

See if we have availability that suits you: 027 6025178 or 09 4220521

B&B News & Helpful Articles

Your mates at our bed and breakfast Just a couple of photos to show off Pepe the paca’s new haircut. First photo shows why he needed it and in the second photo he is posing like an expert. Pepe and his mate Scooter live on our property and are usually just hanging around outside your deck just enjoying […]


Ransom Wines Matakana is a tiny region, about an hour drive north from the city. Warm maritime climate, mainly clay soils and nice slopes make this area well suited for wine growing. However, you might be surprised that you can find there only about a dozen of producers. And all of them have no more […]

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Warkworth Walks – Walks Worth Walking More than just walks! Started in November 2009 and incorporated as a not for profit in 2012, Warkworth Walks offer guided walks over land usually not open to the public. This weekend there were another 13 spectacular guided trails through beautiful Warkworth, Mahurangi, Matakana, Kaipara, Leigh and Puhoi areas. The […]

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David Farrier Corrects Lonely Planet’s Shamefully Inaccurate Analysis of Waiheke Island By David Farrier Many moons ago I penned an article entitled It’s Time We Admitted That Waiheke is Terrible. I told some terrible truths in that piece, and the people of Waiheke were unhappy. The comments section was clogged with vile filth: death threats […]


An Easy Escape to Tawharanui Kathryn Webster packs art, markets and coastal treasures into a weekend Above Anchor Bay we set up our picnic: bread, hummus, salad greens, avocados, feijoas – all bought from Matakana Farmers’ Market. Out there lie Great and Little Barrier Islands. Above us, clouds gather and darken and threaten. Down at the […]

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