Waterfront
Boutique Hotel

Combine history with comfort at the Historic
Old Oak Hotel, located on the waterfront of
Mangonui, your gateway to The Far North.

The Old Oak

The Old Oak is a boutique hotel located in the historic village of Mangonui in the Far North of New Zealand. Originally built in 1861, The Old Oak is a registered heritage building that has undergone extensive renovations recently.

Far North Accommodation

Ponga Suite

Harbour and Garden View Suite

The Ponga Harbour view suite with its original polished kauri timber floors is a two room luxury suite that is upstairs with views…

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Pohutukawa Suite

Harbour and Garden View Suite

Our Pohutukawa luxury suite is a spacious ground floor suite with harbour and garden views …

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Ruru Suite

Harbour View Two-bedroom Suite

Our two bedroom suite is upstairs with harbour views from the main bedroom and access to the upper front veranda with …

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Things To Do In Mangonui & The Far North

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The Far North

Ginger Rogers

Few cats have ever had a fan base to match Ginger Rogers,' and now an entire community is mourning her death. "Ginge was not just an ordinary cat — she was world famous in Mangonui," Mary Ralph said. "When she discovered Mangonui she landed on her feet, and spent many...

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Sounds Good with the Nathan Haines Band

Location: Butler Point, 31 Marchant Road, Hi Hi, Doubtless Bay, Far North Date: Monday 28 January 2019 3:00pm – 6:00pm Blending jazz and soul harmonies with hard hitting beats and electronic textures; saxophonist and producer Nathan Haines is one of New Zealand’s most...

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The Far North ITM Fishing Contest and Auction

Dates: Sat 27 Jan 2018, 6:00am–4:00pm Sun 28 Jan 2018, 1:00am–3:30pm Fishing in the far north is probably as good as it gets anywhere in the world and without a doubt, Doubtless Bay is one of New Zealand’s true fishing meccas with the country’s best table species and...

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The Far North

Ginger Rogers

Few cats have ever had a fan base to match Ginger Rogers,' and now an entire community is mourning her death. "Ginge was not just an ordinary cat — she was world famous in Mangonui," Mary Ralph said. "When she discovered Mangonui she landed on her feet, and spent many...

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