Port Levy, Banks Peninsula
Surround yourself in the rolling hills of New Zealand at the Pohue PurePod, a uniquely private cabin overlooking the historic Port Levy bay.
Pohue PurePod is owned and managed by Stephanie Hassall.
You can ask a question or make a booking request directly with Stephanie Hassall.
100% powered off-grid
Heat pumps / Heat recovery ventilation system
Recycling of all recyclable waste
Found by driving the scenic route around the Banks Peninsula and past the Charteris Bay and Diamond Harbour, the exact location of the PurePod will only be discovered upon booking. After parking up guests then follow the winding walking track through the bush and rocky outcrop known as the Acropolis up to their dwelling.
One of a number of PurePods across the country, this is the newest having only been built in December 2017. With glass walls and sliding doors on three sides and a glass ceiling and floor, these environmentally-friendly properties are the perfect romantic getaway.
The PurePod incorporates a bedroom with a large, comfortable bed, a living area, a kitchen with gas hob and all essential cooking and eating equipment, a bathroom with shower and toilet and an outdoor deck and barbecue. Guests are invited to bring their own supplies, but there is also dinner and breakfast packages available made from fresh local ingredients, from cheeses to bread, salmon to marinated steak.
Combining luxury with sustainability, solar-panels provide electricity and heated water for a minimal carbon footprint. Those staying will be completely off the grid and able to get back to nature but in luxurious surroundings, with WiFi having deliberately not been installed to be away from the hustle and bustle.
The Pohue PurePod has a wonderful location allowing you to gaze up at The Monument behind, or down towards the bay. Located in isolation with true peace, quiet and tranquillity, guests can sit out on the deck and simply take it all in.
Of course the more adventurous can get out into the countryside, with the Acropolis outcrop just a short walk away and perfect for watching the sunset. There are also many hiking trails on the nearby Banks Peninsula. or there is the historic French and British village of Akaroa, with its bars and restaurants and also opportunities to swim with the dolphins or go sea kayaking.
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