Buchanan House is a lovely three bedroom, two bathroom, two lounge turn-of-the-century villa. This is in the heart of the historic seaside village of Devonport.

For the discerning traveler who loves the charm, warmth and ambiance of a historic building, Buchanan House is the most perfect of Auckland homes to stay in. The location on the Auckland waterfront is popular with travelers from all over New Zealand and the world, as well as local Aucklanders wanting a relaxing break from the routine.

The villa retains its old charm in the front section and has been modernised with a sizeable addition in the rear. A meeting room for small gatherings or conferences is part of the package.

A continental breakfast can be provided on-site by arrangement, or a fabulous full breakfast is available at good rates at the nearby Esplanade Hotel. Line and towels provided. Full clean on a weekly basis for stays over 5 days. Daily cleans are an extra charge. There is off-street parking for 2-3 vehicles, via a keypad operated electric gate, providing a high level of security for guests. A BBQ is available for the enjoyment of guests.

The Esplanade has an arrangement with this private holiday house for group bookings, over-flow accommodation and self-contained stays. All arrangements can be made seamlessly by the Esplanade reception.

Please note: Bookings are non-refundable for Buchanan House during the peak season (November to April inclusive).

Features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Meeting Room
  • Kitchen
  • Off-street parking
  • Single Beds available
  • Portacot available
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Electric blankets
  • BBQ
  • Washing machine
  • Dryer
  • Tea/Coffee making
  • Oven
  • High chair
  • 1 Lounge plus meeting room/lounge
  • Dining area
  • Sky TV
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron/Ironing board
  • Fridge
  • Non-Smoking
  • Super-King bed
  • King bed
  • Views
  • Clothes line
  • DVD Player
  • Cleaning supplies
  • No disabled access
  • Queen bed
  • Linen provided
  • Gas Heating
  • Wi-Fi
  • Deck with gas fireplace

Room Availability