Tuesday 11.40 am – Arrive at Kennedy Bay on the stunning Waiheke Island and begin a special day. Enjoy the view on the journey across.
MIDDAY – Begin with a tea blending in the village of Oneroa with Timmy Smith. 143 Oceanview Road, Oneroa, Auckland 1081.
2/143 Ocean View Road,
Oneroa, Waiheke Island
Monday – Friday
10am – 4pm
Tell Timmy if she is there that Sharon from Love My New Zealand suggested you visit. This is the place to talk to her about a little piece that can be filled with your own sand as a memory but I will leave that to you Aaron.
With stunning views over the Hauraki Gulf, this is definitely a place to take a picture together as you enjoy a sample of the tea or iced tea blends. Robyn can make her own blend version of tea that she can savour as a memory in the future.
Afterward, you can wander around the lovely island village of Oneroa for a little while perusing the village shops and if you really to try a great coffee, this would be the perfect moment to do so. and maybe a sample of the island gelato. The flavours and processes are orchestrated by the work of a passionate chef who was a runner-up in the last Master Chef New Zealand programme. Constantly adapting, experimenting and testing new ingredients in the pursuit of that perfect mouthful of excitement, it should be on your radar but not if you are holding on for Franco’s hand baked goods…
Now for a little bit of Italian indulgence. Stop in at Franco’s La Panetteria across the road from Te Matuku Oysters at 30 Belgium Street, Ostend, Auckland 1081. Franco’s Bakery is situated in the heart of Waiheke Island. They specialise in Italian baking with pan-European flair. Franco’s is a very popular little bakery, located in the new central business district of Ostend and the sweet treats are simply to die for. Pick something up here to savor the following morning at your beautiful accommodation.
Now for a light lunch may I suggest due to you now going to Man O war on Thursday instead, you visit here Arcadia Restaurant in Palm Beach,
39 Palm Road, Palm Beach, Waiheke Island
PH: 09 218 9112
Take some time to enjoy Palm Beach before heading to your wonderful property Onetangi Belle. Details on your property are contained in a seperate tab below.
As planned you have a wonderful morning enjoying the Eco ZipLine and you want to have a very light lunch, which is very wise. May I suggest Mudbrick
We look forward to hosting you at The Archive Bar & Bistro at Mudbrick Vineyard 126 Church Bay Road, Waiheke Island 1971
Here are all the booking details for your upcoming reservation:
Table reservation for 2 people on Wednesday, 7 April, 2021 at 1:30pm
Booking name: Aaron Proctor
Reservation ref number: 2X8SS5
Photographer arriving 4.30pm so you have plenty of time for a wine and light lunch here.
Enjoy your special evening with Anthony.
Thursday after a nice breakfast take the 30min Drive to Man O War for a lazy afternoon lunch. Take a picnic blanket as you may want to sit on the beach before or after your Man O War lunch
1.00 pm Man O War Lunch and wine tasting… 725 Man O’war Bay Road, Waiheke Island, Auckland 1971
Date: Thursday, 8 April 2021
Take a gentle drive along a gravel road, encompassing wide landscape views from the tops of hills, to lush, subtropical forests. PLEASE DRIVE CAREFULLY
The idyllic Man O’ War Bay is located at the very Eastern end of Waiheke Island. Showcasing their current release Flagship and Single Vineyard wine ranges alongside select limited library stock wine it is a must-do on your Waiheke itinerary.
Upon arrival enjoy a tasting of the range with our friendly, knowledgeable staff in the colonial ambiance of the Tasting Room where the sustainably sourced solid Kauri bar takes pride of place alongside the wines and the vintage photographs, maps, and art that lattice the walls and tell the story of Man O’ War’s legacy, land, and wine.
Waiheke is the home of some of New Zealand’s finest Syrah and Bordeaux blend wines. The vineyards are boutique in size and offer a great diversity of wines, tourist and epicurean experiences which are easily accessible on this relatively small island.
Linger here for lunch as it is the only vineyard that has its own beach so definitely a place to spend some quality time.
May I suggest that afterwards you take a tour here…or maybe before lunch at Man o War?
A perfect activity before returning to your property.
Do you want to go to dinner on Thursday evening?